Terry Joiner

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  • About

    Dr. Joiner is a clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical School. Throughout his career, he has had an interest in serving underserved children. Dr. Joiner started his career at a community health clinic with the Wayne County Health Department. In 1987, he moved to the Henry Ford Health System, where he worked in Ann Arbor and Detroit. In 1993, he founded the Pediatric Free Clinic at the University of Michigan. In 1993, this clinic was renamed the Marshall H. Becker Memorial Clinic. In 1994, Dr. Joiner helped establish Ypsilanti Pediatrics. This was a collaborative program with the Washtenaw County Health Department. The primary goal was to serve underserved children in south Ypsilanti.


    Presently, Dr. Joiner has taught and been active in the Michigan Community Scholars Program since 2002. He has been a guest lecturer for classes in the Health Sciences Scholars Program. He also teaches medical students in the medical school.