Location: Kingsville, Maryland, United States
Terrance Lee Baker MD, MS, Physician at Sollay, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in family medicine.
Dr. Baker became interested in the medical profession at the age of four when his own pediatrician, Dr. Joseph Hunt, came to his house to examine him for his chickenpox. He always remembered his visit and made the decision to become a doctor, which has not looked back on. Matriculating at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Baker received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science before attaining a Doctor of Medicine from the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. in 1984. Continuing his medical requirements, by 1987, he has completed an internship and residency in family medicine and women’s health at the Medical College of Virginia, located in Richmond, Virginia.
Presently, Dr. Baker is board-certified in family medicine, emergency medicine, geriatric medicine and forensic medicine, as well as a certified medical director by the American Medical Directors Association. Since 1987, he has offered his eminent expertise as a physician at Sollay. Working with a team of 10 physicians, he is currently focused on working to address the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic and keeping his employees safe through the use of ample personal protective equipment. Additionally, he has also served as a clinical preceptor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. Reflecting on his career trajectory, Dr. Baker cites his career highlights have been treating patients, saving lives and canceling appointments with death.
Finding great success throughout the course of his career, Dr. Baker has been the recipient of a Giddy Up Award and Leadership Award from the American Association of Physician Specialists. Notably, he has served in multiple distinguished roles alongside his primary endeavors, such as president of Sollay Medical Center and of the North American Association for Light Therapy. He has also been the president of and a member of the board of directors of the American Association of Physician Specialists. Looking ahead, Dr. Baker plans to continue working with the Katani Hospital in Kenya as president and Sollay Kenyan Foundation as president and co-founder. Dedicated to offering sound medical access to Kenya, his goal is to open 300 hospitals in order to provide the basic care the residents deserve.
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