Dr. Warnick grew up in southeast Michigan receiving his undergraduate degree in English and Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan. He also earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan in 2007, and completed his residency in Family Medicine and Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati in 2012. He has worked in Detroit, providing primary care and psychiatric care, as well as teaching residents and students at Wayne State University. He joined the University of Michigan Departments of Family Medicine and Psychiatry in 2016, where he provides full-spectrum family medical care, as well as psychiatric care, for patients in primary care settings. He currently sees patients at the Livonia Health Center.
Areas of Interest
- Primary care of vulnerable populations
- Pediatric care
- Contraceptive care
- Integrated behavioral healthcare
- Collaborative care
- Integrated behavioral healthcare strategies in primary care.
- Effectively educating family medicine residents on psychiatric care in the primary care clinic.
- Effectively educating psychiatry residents on primary care of psychiatric patients.
- Improving healthcare of vulnerable and underserved populations.
- Physician wellbeing, including the impact of literature, reflective journaling, and group process in preventing burnout.
University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich., 2007
Family Medicine and Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2012
Psychiatry and Neurology