Layla mohammed, MD, FAAP secretary
Dr Mohammed has been a faculty member at Michigan Medicine since 2001. She works at Ypsilanti, in Washtenaw County, Michigan.
Dr. Mohammed graduated from the University of Baghdad in 1988 and worked as a house officer at the Medical City teaching hospital in Baghdad, Iraq. She practiced in rural Iraq for a year then came back to Baghdad for her pediatric residency.
Dr. Mohammed then settled in Southeast Michigan, joining the Pediatric residency program at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. She completed her pediatric residency and chief residency in 1997. She served as a pediatric hospitalist at the Henry Ford for a year before she joined the University of Michigan for the general academic pediatric fellowship at University of Michigan in 1999. After graduating the fellowship in 2001, she joined the primary care faculty group at the Ypsilanti Health Center in Washtenaw County and has been working there since.
Her work has centered on the underserved population with a specific interest in complex and special needs children.
She has worked to implement a number of AAP recommendations as QI projects in her clinic such as the use of Developmental screening tools, Adolescent health policies through AHI , fluoride varnish application for kids and Asthma management. She is a member of the QI Committee for Asthma at UMHS .