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Yolanda Wimberly, MD

Dr. Yolanda Hill Wimberly is a double-board-certified physician, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, and an innovative health care organizational and educational leader. She offers an impressive clinical background and a compelling record of success in the design, development, and leadership of responsive clinical organizations and education programs. Her expertise lies in the development and implementation of cutting-edge medical curriculum and educating physicians in medical decision making, cost effectiveness, and best clinical practices to build the next generation of top quality medical professionals. Since 2003, Dr. Wimberly has worked within the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) in Atlanta. In 2016, she became the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at the MSM’s Grady Hospital, leading 200 residents and 300 faculty members across eight programs. Dr. Wimberly is also the school’s designated institutional official in charge of establishing structure, improving existing systems and processes, and standardizing practices across programs, as well as Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education, monitoring and promoting continuous optimization of resident programs and educational opportunities. Dr. Wimberly holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from Meharry Medical College and a Master of Science degree in epidemiology from the University of Cincinnati. She completed her pediatric residency at Northwestern, and an adolescent medicine fellowship at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She is a diplomate with the American Board of Pediatrics, and has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top Doctors by Atlanta Magazine (2011-2018).

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