Yolanda Wimberly, M.D.
Specializes in Adolescent Medicine, Pediatrics
Dr. Yolanda Hill Wimberly is a double board-certified physician, professor of clinical pediatrics and adolescent medicine, and an innovative healthcare organizational and educational leader in healthcare. Her expertise lies in the development and implementation of cutting-edge medical curriculum and the education of physicians in medical decision-making, cost effectiveness and best clinical practices to build the next generation of top-quality medical professionals.
Since 2003, Yolanda has held positions of increasing leadership and strategic scope within the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM). In 2016, she became the associate dean of clinical affairs for MSM at Grady Hospital. In this position, she leads 200 residents and 300 faculty members. She has been instrumental in building an effective accreditation process and revamping infrastructure to advance research and clinical and financial performance.
Dr. Wimberly posseses a Doctor of Medicine from Meharry Medical College and a Master of Science in Epidemiology from the University of Cincinnati. She completed her pediatric residency at Northwestern and an adolescent medicine fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She has a clinical practice where she provides excellent care to adolescents and young adults between the ages of 12 and 26 at Morehouse Healthcare.
|Title||Professor of Pediatrics|
|Specialties||Adolescent Medicine, Pediatrics|
|Training||Meharry Medical College|
|Residency||Northwestern, Children’s Memorial Hospital: Residency in Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital: Fellowship in Adolescent Medicine
|Hospital Affiliations||Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding, Grady Memorial Hospital|
|Accepting New Patients||Yes|
|Special Interest||Adolescent and Young Adult Health|
Hughes Spalding Children's Hospital
35 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive Southeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dr. Yolanda Wimberly has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top Doctors by Atlanta Magazine from 2011 – 2018.