Erin Miller, MD
Erin Miller, MD
Dr. Erin Miller attended Michigan State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Physiology and a Bachelor of Arts in English. She then earned her Doctor of Medicine from Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Miller remained in Detroit for residency, training at the Detroit Medical Center in the combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics program. She stayed on for an additional year as chief resident.
Dr. Miller is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Wayne State University School of Medicine. She has worked in the Kado Clinical Skills Center since 2018, serving first as Assistant Course Director, and then as Course Director for the Segment One Clinical Skills Course. She teaches medical students foundational communication, history taking, physical exam, and clinical reasoning skills. She also volunteers as a preceptor at the Robert R. Frank Student Run Free Clinic, and in 2019 received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award.
Since graduating from residency, Dr. Miller has practiced at Central City Integrated Health, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Detroit. A double board-certified Internist and Pediatrician, she provides high quality primary care to underserved patients, many of whom face significant behavioral health challenges. As a preceptor for the Clinical Experiential Clerkship, Dr. Miller welcomes segment two medical students into her clinic, teaching them basic ambulatory medicine skills.
Bachelor of Science in Physiology from Michigan State University
Bachelor of Arts in English from Michigan State University
Doctor of Medicine from Wayne State University School of Medicine.
Course Director for Segment One Clinical Skills