Terry Slayman, MD


I was born in Cincinnati, but I essentially grew up in Chicago. I graduated from Iowa State University in 1980 and then attended Medical School at Rush Medical College in Chicago. I did my residency in Family Practice at Grant Hospital. Following two years of practice in German Village, and two years of practice in rural Virginia, I started my own group, Westerville Family Physicians. After 25 years of patient care and managing the practice, I retired, or as my wife states, was repurposed. I am currently the Chief, Medical Director of Primary Care for the OhioHealth Physician Group. 

I thoroughly enjoy travel, especially hiking both nationally and internationally. I am also an extensive reader of history. I married my high school sweetheart and we have one son, who is finishing his residency in FP this year.

I found coaching during my transition several years ago. Coaching is all about developing and accepting change. We can all improve ourselves in so many ways. Coaching is a wonderful way to help others become self-aware and develop their true ideal potential.