Dr. Traci McMillian has been named the new UNC Greensboro Student Health Services medical director.
McMillian earned her B.S. in Biology from Duke University and medical degree from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. She has been board certified in Family Medicine since 2001 and gained 11 years of experience in private practice before joining the UNCG Student Health Services staff as an associate physician in 2009.
She has served as assistant medical director since 2017, and as interim medical director on two occasions, in 2016 and most recently since August 2019. Her professional memberships include the American Academy of Family Physicians, the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, and the National Medical Association.
Director of Student Health Services Kathleen Baber made the announcement last week. “We are thrilled to have Dr. McMillian step into the role of medical director for UNCG and Student Health Services. Dr. McMillian is very knowledgeable about student health, due to her roles as associate physician at UNCG Student Health Services and as an accrediting agency surveyor of student health centers around the country. She is a talented physician with excellent organizational skills. I look forward to working with Dr. McMillian to care for and support the success of our students,” said Baber.
Student Health Services provides primary health care services for UNC Greensboro students, as well as
convenient care for UNCG faculty and staff. For more information, contact Director of Student
Health Services Kathy Baber at email@example.com or 336.334.3147.