- ABMS Certification:
- Family Medicine
- Clinical Practice:
- Women's Health, Family Medicine, Primary Care
- Associate Professor
Terri Babineau, MD, FAAFP, MSt, is an associate professor of family medicine at UVA. Her clinical interests are in underserved populations. She helps others manage burnout and stress and writes on this topic. She is interested in all aspects of teaching with residents and medical students as she feels this sharpens her thinking skills and broadens her knowledge base.
Dr. Babineau is a lifelong Virginian who attended the University of Virginia as an undergraduate and Eastern Virginia Medical School for medical school and her family medicine residency, where she served as chief resident. She is the founder of a number of free clinics and has developed ongoing clinics in Honduras and Haiti.
Dr. Babineau completed a master’s degree (MSt) from the University of Oxford in England in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, studying the science and theory of mindfulness and meditation practices. When she is not working, she stays busy on her small horse farm with her husband and her many children coming and going frequently.
- Virginia Academy of Family Physicians Volunteer of the Year award, 2016
- Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award recipient, EVMS, 2013
- Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society member
- Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society member
- Eastern Virginia Medical School, 1990
- Eastern Virginia Medical, 1990 Master's degree: University of Oxford, 2018