Tisa Johnson Hooper

Tisa M Johnson, MD

medical group

Specialties: Pediatrics

Services: Autism, Pediatric Primary Care

Board Certification and Education

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatrics

Education

  • Mayo Clinic School of Medicine - Minnesota Campus, MN, 1996

Residencies & Internships

  • Boston Children's Hospital, Pediatrics, MA, 1999
  • Boston Children's Hospital, Pediatrics, MA, 1997

Fellowships

  • Boston Children's Hospital, Pediatrics, MA, 1999

About Me

Languages

English

Gender

Female
Blog Posts
  • Why Is My Child Regressing?

    A Henry Ford pediatrician explains childhood regression -- when a child reverts to behaviors they'd grown out of or backslides on developmental milestones they'd already reached. Why it happens and how to manage it.

  • Vaccinating Kids With Special Needs

    Vaccinating against dangerous diseases like the flu and measles is imperative for the health of children, especially those with special needs who may be even more vulnerable.

  • Don’t Skip Your Child’s Annual Well Visit This Year

    Your child's annual well visit is necessary so a pediatrician can track their development and keep them up to date with immunizations.

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Locations

Hospital Privileges

  • Henry Ford Hospital

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