Dr. Maia D. Carter


Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician

- Public Sector

Dr. Maia Carter is a board-certified internal medicine physician. Since 2011, she has worked in the public sector, first in Northern California and then Las Vegas. She has led Primary Care Clinics across 8 unique locations in Southern Nevada. Dr. Carter is a leader in Virtual Care and works to help primary care teams implement virtual tools.

Dr. Carter is formerly an assistant professor at UNLV School of Medicine where she taught internal medicine resident physicians for several years. She is a board member and Fellow of the American College of HealthCare Executive (ACHE) Organization. She is currently President- Elect and co-chairs the Diversity Equity and Inclusion ACHE Committee.

Dr. Carter is originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan. She attended Michigan State University and achieved a bachelor’s degree in Physiology in 2000. She also was the recipient of the Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize for compassion and humanity. She completed medical school and graduate school at The George Washington University graduating in 2005 with both a Medical Degree and a master’s degree in Public Health. She completed an Internal Medicine residency program at Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, California. Upon graduation in 2008, she completed a preventive cardiology fellowship at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City Missouri. She enjoys circuit training exercise, dancing and spending time with her 2 daughters.


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