Lonetta Postell MD

Lonetta L Postell, MD, MPA, FAAP

medical group

Specialties: Pediatrics

Services: Pediatric Primary Care

Board Certification and Education

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatrics

Education

  • Wayne State University, MI, 2013

Residencies & Internships

  • Detroit Medical Center/Children's Hospital of Michigan, Pediatrics, MI, 2016

About Me

Biographical Statement:

I believe that every child, no matter socioeconomic or health status, race or religion, deserves access to quality, cost efficient, professional, empathetic and enterprising care. I value every child and parent that entrusts their healthcare to me, and I will provide competent service in a respectful environment. I aspire to not only treat and counsel, but also grow with my families for generations to come.

I am interested in treating children from birth to age 22. I also enjoy working in the Walk-in-Clinic.

 

Awards & Honors:

  • Children's Hospital of Michigan - Continuity resident of the year 2016

Languages

English

Gender

Female
Blog Posts
  • Surviving Cold & Flu Season Like A Champ

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Locations

Hospital Privileges

  • Henry Ford Hospital

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