Dr. Joshua Hull missing Texas
The car of Joshua Hull was found at the Port of Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon on November 26, 2018..
Dr. Joshua Hull, 37, has been missing from Temple, Texas since October 13, 2018.
Not much info is out there about Dr. Hull. Usually there is some family member or friend that will put the missing information out there, but so far only a past patient has spoken up about his disappearance. The Urgent Care clinic where he worked is not saying much about him either. I don’t know who it was that brought up he was missing.
A Reddit post stated, “Hull’s mother reported him missing Oct. 22 because she hadn’t heard from him since Oct. 13. The mother went to his address on Westfield Drive and was informed Hull moved out in July. He’d also quit his job during that same time frame.”
I found that Hull graduated with honors and received his medical degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine in 2007, and he is one of 77 doctors at Central Texas Veterans Health Care System-Temple who specialize in Internal Medicine. I found that Hull had a state medical license active in Louisiana till 2014 and Texas till August 2019 and his residency was at the Scott and White Memorial Hospital.
Hull may be driving a 2014 black Audi Q5.
If you have any information about his whereabouts contact Temple PD’s Detective Wolff at 254-298-5500.
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