Dr. Miller grew up in north Omaha until he was 16, then moved to Papillion and graduated from Papillion High School in 1973.


Dr. Miller currently services on the Nebraska Academy of Family Medicine Board of Directors, as well as the Nebraska Academy of Family Medicine Foundation Board of Directors.  He serves on the Board of Directors for the OSAPO/Project Help in Haiti for the medical mission at Pierre Payen, Haiti.  Dr. Miller is also a member of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) subcommittee of the Nebraska Medical Association.

Education, Internships, etc.: 
Graduated from Creighton University in 1977, Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science
Graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in 1981 and moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa for a three-year family practice residency, 1981-1984.
Following residency, began practice in Lexington in 1984 and has been a family physician here since that time. Board certified in family practice and recertified in 1990, 1997 and 2004. Dr. Miller is a fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Area of Specialty: 
Family Medicine
Dr. Miller is married to Linda, a professional volunteer, and they have three grown children. Tim is a musician, writer, and accountant. Matt is married to Ashley and works as a construction manager. His daughter, Melinda, is a nursing student.
Areas of Medical Expertise: 
Family practice in general, cardiology, geriatrics, obstetrics, behavioral medicine. Dr. Miller is especially interested in Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). He is the lead physician for Patient-Centered Medical Home at Plum Creek Medical Group in Lexington.
Interests include spending time with family, church and community service. He has also been on seven medical mission trips to Haiti from November 2009 to November 2011. He acted as coordinator for the last five trips and plans on two to four trips a year for the future.
Dr. Miller won the Jim Kelly Memorial Award in 2009 in recognition for his enthusiasm, dedication, and contributions to the town of Lexington. In 2011, he was awarded the Harold E. Williamson Award for volunteering his medical services and other contributions to the Nebraska health care community.