Dr. Terri Major-Kincade is a double board-certified Neonatologist and Pediatrician who specializes in the care or premature infants and their families. She is an expert in Neonatal Palliative Care, Racial Health Disparities around Birth and Maternal Health Outcomes, Follow-Up of High-Risk Infants and Physician-Parent Communication.
As the Chair for the Steering Committee for African American Outreach for the Texas Chapter of March of Dimes, Dr. Terri has facilitated local, state and national campaigns designed to maximize community partnerships for better birth outcomes. She additionally serves on the National Board of the Perinatal Loss and Infant Death Alliance and Return to Zero where she discusses strategies for cultural sensitivity to better support families experiencing neonatal loss.
Dr Major-Kincade is known for her exceptional care of babies and families and her ability to translate complex topics with humor, compassion and urgency. She is a sought after physician, speaker, and two time best-selling author in the area of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Work-Life Balance.
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