- American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology - Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Morehouse School of Medicine, GA, 1997
Residencies & Internships
- Hutzel Hospital, OB/GYN, MI, 2001
Obstetrics and Gynecology
I specialize in Adolescent Gynecology, Sexual Health and Sexuality Counseling
Dr. Mims-Gillum is a board certified physician in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology with over 15 years of clinical experience. She continues to provide comprehensive care for females of all ages. Recognizing that Sexual Health and Emotional Health are an important part of Comprehensive Health Care, she has expanded her role Beyond Doctoring. As an Educator and Sexuality & Intimacy Counselor, she works in collaboration with clients and patients to address sexual desire, pain, performance, function, satisfaction, pleasure, intimacy and relationship issues.
Her work includes clinical interaction, individual and couples counseling, and community education. She is a Senior Staff Physician at Henry Ford Health System, Assistant Clinical Professor for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, and a graduate and Adjunct Professor of The University of Michigan Sexual Health Program for Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. She is actively involved in the teaching of medical students, physicians in training, and sexual health specialists.
She is authentic and fiercely committed to sharing clear and truthful information, REAL presentations, appropriate recommendations and practical strategies. She is immersed in life-long learning and connections and uses the sum of her education, training, and experience as a solid foundation for the Health Care and Self Care she promotes.
I see my role as a provider as Beyond Doctoring. I am dedicated to being a trusted and trustworthy physician, a reliable resource, an advocate for Women's Health, and a knowledgeable and compassionate Sexuality and Intimacy Educator and Counselor for individuals and couples. Each client deserves a provider who is skilled proactive, open, sincere, and nonjudgmental. I humbly offer this to every patient I see as I encourage them to partner with me on their path to healthy living, full life, and full love.
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