Dr. Conrad Caldwell, MD
Certified ARTAS® Robotic System Product Technician
Biote® Medical Certified Practitioner
Dr. Conrad Caldwell was born in Lynwood, California and moved to Oklahoma with his family in 1979. After graduating from Mustang High School, he was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy and sworn into the Navy as a Midshipman. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physics and went onto flight training in Texas and Florida. He was selected for training in the F/A- 18 Hornet and completed two cruises flying from the deck of the USS Saratoga during the Gulf War in 1990-91 and off Bosnia the following year. The next duty station was NAS Fallon, Nevada, Strike Fighter Squadron 127, "Desert Bogies" as an adversary instructor pilot and he completed the adversary course at navy fighter weapons school, better known as TOPGUN. He has 2400+ hours of first pilot time in multiple aircraft, the majority of his time in the F/A-18 and more than 300 arrested carrier landings.
He resigned from the US Navy and transferred to the Oklahoma Air National Guard while attending the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine. Subsequently, he completed residency training in Emergency Medicine in El Paso, Texas. Dr. Caldwell has served as a Flight Physician, Chief of Flight Medicine, 137 Medical Group Commander and serves as the current Oklahoma State Air Surgeon. While in the Air National Guard, he has deployed to numerous locations including: Lajes Field, Azores Islands, Portugal; Centro Medico Hospital, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Baku, Azerbaijan; Balad, Iraq; and McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
Returning to his to his Oklahoma roots with his family, he started working as an Emergency Medicine physician at Mercy Health Center. Being a veteran, Dr. Caldwell left Mercy to better serve the veterans and military and became the Director of the Emergency Department at the Veteran's Hospital in Oklahoma City. After seven years, he stepped down as director and continues to serve as a staff physician and currently works in Emergency Departments in the Oklahoma City Metro area. He is active in the Boy Scouts of America with his sons, a member of the American Legion, participates in various sporting activities and is a member of St. John's Catholic Church in Edmond.
While working as an Emergency Physician, he decided that he was ready for another new challenge, that being hair restoration. In his own family- uncles, his brother and himself all have Male Pattern Baldness. As a physician, he is interested in finding a solution to this issue that plagues many men and women. After researching multiple options and evaluating various techniques he decided on RFUE - Robotic Follicular Unit Extraction using the ARTAS machine. Through advanced training, he has become extremely proficient at Hairline design, anesthesia, donor harvesting and implantation.