Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD
June 1998 - August 2002
Appointment to Department of Family Practice
Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Rockville, MD
March 1992 - August 2002
Appointment to Department of Family Practice, Active Staff
• Chairman, Department of Family Practice
January 2000 - August 2002
As Department Chair, I led the Review Committee in peer review of the hospital work. I was responsible for approving requests for admission to the staff of the department. In this capacity, I further served on the hospital's Executive Committee, which oversees the day-to-day operations of the hospital, including policy matters.
• Vice Chairman, Department of Family Practice
January 1999 - December 1999
• Family Practice Review Committee
January 1997 - December 1999
• Educational Improvement Committee
January 1995 - December 1996
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
January 1992 - August 1992
Appointment to Department of Medicine
Chairman, Treatment Committee,
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Advisory Council –
I prepared reports and provided verbal advice to local governments for the provision of programs needed to further public health in matters of addiction, and relevant medical programs. To this end, my work included analysis of data obtained in collaboration with public sector and community personnel and agencies, from studies, ongoing projects, and programs.
Council was established by statute to advise the executive and
legislative branches on all matters pertaining to alcohol and
other drugs. I was appointed to this body by County Executive and confirmed by County Council. As Chairman of The Treatment Committee, I provided informed assessments paramount in addressing matters of public treatment of addiction and substance abuse.
Eric Sterling, Current chair, firstname.lastname@example.org 301-589-6020 Julie Kiltz, Peer Council member, email@example.com 240-429-9121
The George Washington University School of Medicine Medical Center –
Provided instruction, guidance, and support for first and second year medical students in the course "Practice of Medicine". My work as Clinical Instructor included training of medical students in clinical history-taking, physical examination, elements of the physician-patient relationship, and ethical principles, as applied to the theories, principles, practices, and objectives of disease and disease management.
Course director: Morgan Delaney, MD, 202-741-2316
900 23rd Street, NW, Room 6205, Washington, DC 20037.
Rock Creek Family Medicine –
DBA "Rock Creek Geriatric Medicine". Established and maintained an innovative group practice of geriatric hospitalists, providing care for Suburban Hospital and Shady Grove Hospital. Daily clinical activities involved complex coordination of care among specialists, nurses, family, and external health resources.
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Montgomery Grove Health Center –
Administered office-based primary care for all ages and
genders. See prior position with JHCP.
Supervisor: Sang-Kyune Lee, MD (765) 458-5191
Assistant Clinical Professor,
George Washington University Medical Center School of Medicine and Medical Faculty Associates –
As a substantial member of faculty for the Family Practice Residency Program, specific curriculum responsibilities included Geriatric Medicine, including promotion of good health in the elderly through prevention and treatment of disease and disability. Also a vital mentor and teacher, precepting the work of residents, medical students, and nurse-practitioner students in the Family Practice Center. Areas of instruction included the application of the theory and practice of disease and disease management, through the entire primary care continuum, spanning all ages and sexes, and including all organ systems. As a core faculty member, I counseled and evaluated a large number of trainees. Supervision of their training often included lecturing, modeling the performance of procedures, and establishing curricular components with outside providers. My direct clinical work consisted of comprehensive office-based primary care, and hospital attending services at Shady Grove Hospital.
Montgomery Grove Health Center –
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians (formerly The Johns Hopkins Health Plan) –
Baltimore & Rockville,
As referenced above, I worked for JHCP during two different periods, performing similar duties as a primary care physician. As Lead Physician and Site Medical Director, I supervised and evaluated other physicians, and coordinated services with nursing and administrative staff.
Site Medical Director,
Berea Health Center –
Staff Physician ,
East Baltimore Medical Center –
Diplomate of the ABFM,
Fairfax Family Practice Residency Program -
Field of Medicine,
UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine -
Bachelor of Science:
Brown University -
National Merit Scholar
magna cum laude
Elected to Sigma Xi