Dr. Tyson is the son of a patriotic military family. Brian was born into an Air Force pilots family, on a military base in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. As military service goes, his parents relocated multiple times during his early years before landing in Redlands, California. He learned at an early age that hard work, service to others, and caring would be his calling; first as an emergency room physician and later as the owner and primary provider of Urgent care centers.
Dr. Tyson worked his whole life. He has also coached boy’s baseball and girl’s fastpitch softball, including fastpitch travel ball. He worked for both for Redlands and Moreno Valley Departments of Parks and Recreations as a Youth and Adult sports coordinator to pay his way through college, saving enough to successfully put himself through medical school.
Dr. Tyson is Catholic! He has 7 children; a stepson and a biological daughter from his first marriage, 3 adoptive children and he is stepfather to his lovely wife Fabiola’s 2 children. Fabiola Tyson was born in the United States and raised in Mexicali Mexico. She plays an active role in the day-to-day activities of life as Brian’s trusted political advisor, personal confidant and astute business partner. She was a dentist in Mexico. Having to move back to the states, she started over and graduated from USC with her Nurse Practitioner degree.
Dr. Tyson works in the medically underserved community of El Centro in the Imperial Valley, on the frontlines, in one of the counties hit hardest by COVID in the state of California. Dr. Tyson recognized that the political narrative surrounding COVID-19 was intentionally excluding early treatment, treatment that could save lives! Knowing the political narrative went against everything physicians are taught about patient care, he reluctantly answered the call from the larger medical community and became a national and international speaker on early treatment protocols for COVID-19 patients. He has appeared on national radio with Sean Hannity, David Horowitz and many more. He was involved with International and National panel discussions at the State Capitol of Texas, U.S. Senate and Supreme Court of Australia.
Together with his friend and colleague Dr. George Fareed, they decided to share the insights, knowledge gained, and data documented working on the frontlines of the pandemic, treating patients who presented with early infection. Out of that belief, to uphold their oath to treat patients, they wrote, “Overcoming the COVID Darkness,” currently a national bestseller.
A longtime supporter of youth sports, Dr. Tyson recognized that young women need a good role model to build skills that contribute to a successful life and that young women especially, need self-confidence and self-worth. He got involved in the Face of the USA charity event, and sent 3 Inland Empire youth to France to compete at Face of the World. As a dedicated medical professional, he spent 3 years fundraising for the Cystic Fibrosis foundation and their annual Rockin’ A Cure for CF event. He has participated in fundraising for LA Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Be the Match, Red Cross, Starlight Foundation, St. Jude’s Medical Center, Kierra Foundation for foster kids and Expect-2-Win Foundation.
Dr. Tyson has now prepared the way for medical graduates from Mexicali to rotate at All Valley Urgent care, being employed as scribes while the study for their Step 1 & 2 exams and providing them direction, advice and letters of recommendation for their applications to residency here in the states. Once finished, they will have an opportunity to come back and provide excellent care to the residents of the Imperial Valley.