Sheila Baker, M.D.

bakerMedical Director, Health Service

Chief Medical Officer for EIU, responsible for operations of the Health Service in regard to medical aspects. Administrative roles include monitoring the general health of the university community and supervising physician, nurse practitioner and physician assistant staff. Collaborating and advisory duties include supervising medical practices and individual departments within the Health Service and providing recommendations regarding use of funds for operations and purchases. Clinical duties include all aspect of patient care.

 

Educational Background

Previous Experience:

University Physician, Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, IL
September 1997- September 1998

Family Physician, Provena St. Mary’s Hospital, Family Care Network, Kankakee, IL November 1992- September 1998

Family Physician, St. Francis Hospital, Peoria, IL
August 1990- August 1992

 

Education:

Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie, IN
Family Practice Internship and Residency
July 1987-1990

Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
M.D. May 1987

Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, IL
B.A. Zoology 1983

 

Professional Involvement

Association Memberships:

 ACHA, MACHA, AAFP, IAFP, ISMS, CCMS, CMDA

Professional Leadership Positions:

Co-chair MACHA 2006

 

Achievements, Honors, Awards

Board Certification: American Board of Family Practice 1990, 1997, 2003