Terrance Lee Baker, MD, MS, FAAEP, FAAIM
Dr. Terrance Baker is a full-time physician board certified in family medicine, emergency medicine, geriatric medicine, and forensic medicine, who is licensed in Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, and Kenya, Africa. He is a Johns Hopkins community physician and associate faculty for the University of Maryland School of Nursing, Stoney Brook NYU School of Nursing, Sacred Heart University School of Nursing, and Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. He is also a Certified Medical Director (CMD) as recognized by the American Medical Directors Association (AMDA).
Dr. Baker has over 30 years of experience in family medicine, emergency medicine, geriatrics, and forensic medicine. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Johns Hopkins University, his medical degree from George Washington University, and his residency training from Medical College of Virginia.
Currently Dr. Baker serves in the following positions: CEO/founder of Sollay Medical Center, co-founder/president of Sollay Kenyan Foundation, president of the American Academy of Emergency Physicians (AAEP), president of North American Association of Photobiomodulation (NAALT), immediate past president of AAPS, producer of Doctors in the House tv show on NABN-TV (NBC-Africa).
Dr. Baker’s other titles and honors include Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, AAPS Senior Achievement Award, special counsel to the president of the AAPS Board of Directors, David G.C. McCann, MD, Devotion Award, American Nigerian Business Forum Distinguished Speaker, president of Katani Hospital, Katani, Kenya, Thomas Ebner Leadership Award, member Board of Directors New African Broadcasting Network (NABN-TV), Steven G. Carin, Jr. “Giddy-up” Leadership Award, AAEP Physician of the Year, The Daily Record Healthcare Award for Innovations in Photobiomodulation Treatments, Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and Eagle Scout with Boy Scouts of America.