Antonio Webb, MD is an Orthopedic resident surgeon, Author, and Motivational speaker who has a passion for helping others. One of his most rewarding activities is serving as a mentor for underprivileged middle and high school students interested in a career in medicine. Dr. Webb volunteers to help because he says it's important for students to know, "If I can do it, they can too." Dr. Webb says his proudest moment would be when he encounters a student in later years who says, "I am in medical school because of you."
Dr. Antonio Webb is completing his residency at the University of Texas, San Antonio, specializing in Orthopedic Surgery.
He was deployed to Balad, Iraq, where he served as a combat medic, on a base dubbed “Mortarville” for the frequency of mortar attacks it endured. He survived just over 100 enemy attacks.
Many of his friends and family members served jail time or were addicted to drugs.
After Webb graduated from high school in the top 5% of his class, his father consented to let him join the US Air Force in 2001.