Neurology Consultants of Kansas

Parker E. Bohm

Parker E. Bohm

M.D.

Neurology Consultants of Kansas since: 2022

Dr. Bohm was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. After graduating from Trinity Academy, Dr. Bohm attended Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, where he graduated with degrees in biology and Spanish. He then attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine, completing preclinical training and earning a master’s degree in clinical research in Kansas City before returning to Wichita to complete two years of clinical rotations. During his fourth year of medical school, he worked with Dr. Ty Schwertfeger and other physicians at Neurology Consultants of Kansas, which cemented his plan to pursue a career in neurology.

Dr. Bohm then completed a four-year neurology residency at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, where he ultimately served as chief resident of education and was awarded the Frank A. Rubino award for superior performance in clinical neurology. After residency, he chose to continue training and completed a one-year subspecialty fellowship in neuro-ophthalmology at Washington University in St. Louis. During this year, he gained further experience in evaluating patients with complex disorders affecting the visual pathways. Dr. Bohm has also published several first-author manuscripts in peer-reviewed medical journals and is board-certified in neurology.

Although Dr. Bohm has subspecialty training in neuro-ophthalmology, he strives to help patients with a wide variety of neurologic conditions. While he is very grateful for continued advances in medicine, he believes that superb medical care still relies on listening to people’s symptoms, securing an accurate diagnosis, and educating patients about therapeutic options.

Outside the practice:

Dr. Bohm enjoys quality time with his wife and four kids, spending time outdoors, playing board games, and learning about non-medical topics (particularly history, economics, and current affairs). He believes that there is nothing more important than glorifying God, which we can do by loving and serving others.