Joanna Wilson, D.O.

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Training: Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at UT Southwestern/St. Paul University Hospital in Dallas 2001-2004

1997-2001 University of North Texas, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

1994-1996 Bachelor of Science at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1992-1994 Pre-Med at Texas A&M University, College Station

Prior Appointments: Chief- Division of Women's Health; Director- Center for Women's Health and Gender-Based Medicine; Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, Amarillo

Certifications: American Board of Internal Medicine, North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Menopause Practitioner, International Society of Clinical Densitometrists

Memberships: Endocrine Society, North American Menopause Society, American College of Physicians, International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences, American Medical Women's Association, Potter Randall Medical Society.

Practice Focus: Primary care for women with emphasis on the biological differences of men and women in health and medical care; clinical emphasis on contraception, menopause, osteoporosis, sexual health, pelvic floor issues, nonsurgical gynecologic issues

Awards/Honors: President's Award: Outstanding Clinician in Texas Tech Health Sciences Center; Dean's Award: Outstanding Leadership on Amarillo Campus

Academic/Administrative Pursuits: Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center; Involved in the national movement for promotion of medical education of sex and gender differences

Personal Interests: Family (husband and two children,) fitness, shoes

The practitioners of HerCare treat each woman as a unique individual to develop physical and psychological well-being. She believes that the patient and doctor are a team working towards a common goal, and that success is based in patient education and empowerment.

The Practitioners of HerCare provide primary care and annual exams with an emphasis on applying the latest scientific knowledge of gender differences in diseases and treatments. She believes that the woman’s annual pelvic examination is a vital component to a patient's overall health, and refers for obstetric and surgical gynecologic and urologic care.

Dr. Wilson is active in educating the panhandle community through public speaking engagements, written articles, and television appearances. She reviews articles for national publication and has written several commentaries and medical articles for the North American Menopause Society publications.

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Clinic Hours

Mon - Thurs

7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Friday

7:30 am - 1:00 pm