George Cameron Coleman, Jr., M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor
Practicing Physician with U-M Addiction Treatment Services


George Cameron (“Cam”) Coleman, Jr., M.D., M.P.S. received his bachelor’s degree in human biology and his MD from the University of Virginia. He completed internship in Internal Medicine, residency in Preventive Medicine, and fellowship in Addiction Medicine at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He also completed a master’s degree in Health Informatics at the University of North Carolina.

Dr. Coleman joined the faculty at the University of Michigan in 2021. He provides medication management and other clinical care to patients with substance use disorders through University of Michigan Addiction Treatment Services (UMATS).

His interests lie broadly at the intersection of substance use, prevention, public health, and Informatics. Clinically, Dr. Coleman focuses on the comprehensive treatment of substance use disorders, tobacco cessation, motivational interviewing, and integrating addiction treatment within primary care. His non-clinical interests include improving the usability of electronic health record (EHR) systems and clinical workflows, using EHR data in quality improvement initiatives, and leveraging EHR systems to improve population health. He also enjoys teaching medical students, residents, and fellows.

Outside of work, Dr. Coleman enjoys reading nonfiction, hiking and trail running (particularly in the Blue Ridge mountains), watching ACC basketball, and playing golf. 

Areas of Interest

  • Opioid use disorder
  • Alcohol use disorder
  • Tobacco cessation
  • Benzodiazepine dependence
  • Quality measurement and quality improvement
  • Population health


  • BA, Human Biology, University of Virginia
  • MD, University of Virginia
  • Masters of Professional Science, Health Informatics, University of North Carolina
  • Internship, Internal Medicine, University of North Carolina
  • Residency, Preventive Medicine, University of North Carolina
  • Fellowship, Addiction Medicine, University of North Carolina

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