Ryan A. Baker
- 2014, Doctor of Medicine - University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine (Tampa, FL)
- 2017, Pediatrics Residency - University of Florida Health (Jacksonville, FL)
- 2020, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship - PRISMA Health (Greenville, SC)
Ryan A. Baker, MD is joining PHCA in August 2020 as a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician. Dr. Baker has extensive training in the management of behavioral problems, complex ADHD cases, and in the diagnosis and management of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other medical conditions often associated with ASD.
Dr. Baker received his Doctor of Medicine in 2014 from University of South Florida and completed his Pediatrics Residency at University of Florida Health (Jacksonville, FL) in 2017. After completing his residency, Dr. Baker continued his education with a 3-year fellowship specializing in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at PRISMA Health in Greenville, South Carolina. During his fellowship, Dr. Baker monitored patients at high risk for developmental delays including NICU graduates and children with genetic and congenital abnormalities. He also tested for developmental delays in patients referred from a general pediatrician.
Dr. Baker has been board certified in general pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics since 2017 and is board eligible for Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics in 2020. As a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician with PHCA, Dr. Baker’s primary focus will be the diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in children of all ages.
“One of the most important jobs of any pediatrician, aside from taking care of children who are sick or have chronic medical conditions, is monitoring the development of every patient at well visits. A Developmental Pediatrician comes in when there is a significant concern about a child’s development.”
Dr. Baker was born and raised in Tampa and is excited to be back in the Bay Area with his wife and son. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time on the water and supporting local sports teams. Go Bolts, Bucs, Rays and Bulls!
- American Academy of Pediatrics