Dr. Terrence ColemanTerrence Coleman, MD was born and raised in New York. His father was a high school teacher and sports coach. His mother was a "stay at home" Mom and referee for their five children. He graduated from Harvard University in 1973, and did medical research at Harvard before attending Medical School at Albany Medical College, graduating in 1979. He served as a medical officer in the Air Force from 1979-1988 at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas, where he completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowships in Gastroenterology and Liver Disease. He subsequently served as chief of Gastroenterology at Scott AFB, Illinois.

Dr. Coleman has practiced Gastroenterology in the Kansas City area since 1988, and has recently opened his solo practice in Liberty, Missouri in February, 2008. He believes in providing quality personal care to each of his patients. He is on staff at several area hospitals, but works primarily at Liberty Hospital. He does outreach clinics and procedures once a week at Excelsior Springs Medical Center and once a month at Harrison County Hospital in Bethany, MO.

On a personal note, Dr. Coleman and his wife were married in 1975. They have three grown children. Their oldest child was recently married and is a successful television news anchor / journalist in Syracuse, NY, and another son who is practicing law in San Francisco. His youngest child is working as a fashion designer in New York. Dr. Coleman and his family love to travel and experience and learn about other cultures. He also enjoys spending time with his family here in Kansas City, dining out with friends, taking in the latest movie, and cheering for the Chiefs and Royals. When he has the time to read for pleasure, he loves biographies and history.