Center for Women's Health

Joanna Wilson, D. O.

Medical Director, Internal Medicine and Women's Health Clinics

Division Chief of Women's Health

Director, Women's Health Fellowship Program

Dr. Wilson came to the Texas Tech School of Medicine at Amarillo in August 2005 with a joint appointment as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology, functioning as a general internist with the full range of clinical and teaching duties, with special emphasis in Women's Health. In addition, she is the Medical Director of the Texas Tech Physician's Internal Medicine practice.

Dr. Wilson received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan and her D.O. degree from the University of North Texas (TCOM). Dr. Wilson's Internal Medicine residency, leading to board-certification, was performed at the St. Paul Hospital affiliate of UT-Southwestern. Following her residency, up to her joining our faculty, she was in private practice. Dr. Wilson specializes in Women's Health and is currently doing research on menopause. She is the coordinator of the Women's Health rotation and Fellowship and is the past President of the Faculty Council and past Senator for the School of Medicine.

Dr. Wilson received the Dean's Award for Excellence in Leadership in 2008, and the President's Award for Outstanding Clinician in 2009.