MedStar Good Samaritan Uses iPad and Clever Alliance to Improve Geriatric Care

Baltimore—(December 7, 2017)—Along with a hot meal, fruit and milk, volunteers from the Maryland Chapter of Meals on Wheels are now visiting homebound patients, armed with an iPad. In a newly formed partnership with MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital, volunteers for the non-profit food delivery program use the tablet to transmit updates on recently discharged patients to the hospital’s Center for Successful Aging. The initiative has cut hospital readmissions for those patients to nearly half.

George Hennawi, MD

“The Meals on Wheels representatives make routine stops to visit confined people who have limited food supplies, but the same people frequently suffer from chronic medical conditions, especially diabetes. They often are at risk for social isolation and depression, and have functional limitations,” said George Hennawi, MD, director of the department of geriatrics at MedStar Good Samaritan. “Providing a holistic approach is key.”

Using a questionnaire developed by MedStar Health geriatric experts, the Meals on Wheels representative can input responses into the Ipad and transmit the data to the hospital, where clinicians can determine if the patient needs to be seen.

“Keeping our patients healthy and out of the hospital after they’ve been discharged is a top priority,” said Dr. Hennawi. “Meals on Wheels is a vital partner in that effort, and we hope to keep expanding our community partnerships in the future because we believe senior health is a group effort. The best way to care for older adults is understanding their environment and their community and tailoring the services based on those individualized needs.”

The Meals on Wheels partnership is part of a larger effort by the Center for Successful Aging at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital to use technology to reach patients. The center has been reaching out to community centers and churches to build more partnerships to reach more discharged patients to keep them healthy and out of the hospital.

“At Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland we have seen first-hand how health literacy, poor nutrition, social isolation, and housing, concerns often attributed to poverty, can negatively impact health for our aging neighbors,” said Stephanie Archer-Smith, Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc. “We have also witnessed how quickly that trajectory can be altered when you combine good healthcare with proper nutrition, personal interaction, and shared communication. For a fraction of what it costs to hospitalize someone, we can provide services that will not only keep them out of the hospital but will improve their overall quality of life. We believe our seniors are worth the investment.”

The Center for Successful Aging and Meals on Wheels expect the program will lead to fewer hospitalizations and emergency room visits, better nutrition, improved medication compliance and increased health literacy.

For more information on the Center for Successful Aging, call: 443-444-4100.

About MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital is a 287-bed community teaching facility located at the corner of Loch Raven Boulevard and Belvedere Avenue in northeast Baltimore, with more than 130,000 patient visits annually. With Centers of Excellence in orthopaedics, rheumatology, rehabilitation, burn reconstruction, and renal care, as well as a certified Stroke Center and winner of the Delmarva Foundation Excellence Award for Quality Improvement for four years in a row, MedStar Good Samaritan serves people throughout Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic and internationally in these advanced specialties. MedStar Good Samaritan is part of MedStar Health, a not-for-profit, regional healthcare system with 10 hospitals and more than 20 other health-related services in the Maryland and Washington, D.C., region.

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MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital Opens New Geriatric Center

Center for Successful Aging Offers Specialized Comprehensive Care for Aging Population

Baltimore—(April 5, 2016)—MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital cuts the ribbon today on the Center for Successful Aging, its new 5000-square foot geriatric center, designed to promote the psychological and physical well-being of local seniors.

“MedStar Good Samaritan is committed to raising the level of care for our aging patients,” said George Hennawi, MD, CMD, FACP, chief geriatric medicine, and director of the center. “The population of Americans older than 65 is estimated to be one in seven, and growing. These older patients need specialized care. The new center better positions us to care for the needs of our community, as partners through every step of the aging process.”

With geriatric experts skilled in caring for the unique needs of people experiencing chronic age-related conditions, the Center for Successful Aging specializes in arthritis, depression, diabetes, dementia and other behavioral changes, as well as balance, falls, caregiver support and end-of-life issues.

The center provides patient-centered care, partnering with patients, as well as their family members and caregivers, to provide individualized treatment plans that evolve with the patient’s changing needs. This care continues regardless of the type of setting the patient may require in the future, including home, hospital and long-term facilities. This makes the Center for Successful Aging at MedStar Good Samaritan one of the few geriatrics programs in the region where the same experts treat patients regardless of the care setting they require.

The comprehensive center more than doubles the size of the former geriatrics space. Additional highlights of the Center for Successful Aging include:

  • Spacious exam rooms to accommodate patients and their caregivers
  • On-site lab, physical therapist and geriatric syndrome specialists for ‘one-stop’ health care
  • Handicapped accessible van to assist patients with transportation needs
  • Team-based care built into design with team workrooms and family meeting rooms
  • Fully outfitted caregiver and community resource room for education and training in the use of supportive technologies
  • 100% ADA compliant and handicapped accessible

Click here to learn more about the Center for Successful Aging at MedStar Good Samaritan. To schedule an appointment, call 443-444-4720.

About MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital
MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital is a 287-bed community teaching facility located at the corner of Loch Raven Boulevard and Belvedere Avenue in northeast Baltimore, with more than 130,000 patient visits annually. With Centers of Excellence in orthopaedics, rheumatology, rehabilitation, burn reconstruction, and renal care, as well as a certified Stroke Center and winner of the Delmarva Foundation Excellence Award for Quality Improvement for four years in a row, MedStar Good Samaritan serves people throughout Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic and internationally in these advanced specialties. MedStar Good Samaritan is part of MedStar Health, a not-for-profit, regional healthcare system with 10 hospitals and more than 20 other health-related services in the Maryland and Washington, D.C., region.

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Experts from MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital to Address Healthy Aging in a Live Online Forum

MGSH_logoBaltimore—(February 9, 2016)—MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital will host The New Old Age: Caring and Coping Live Webcast on Tuesday, February 16 from 7 to 8 p.m. Moderated by WMAR-TV news anchor Jamie Costello, the free one-hour online forum will feature six experts—including a geriatric medicine physician, palliative medicine expert, psychiatrists, physical therapist and social worker—in an engaging question and answer session focused on the latest in healthy aging.

With aging come many challenges. The webcast will address these challenges—covering the chronic medical needs of aging, including arthritis, depression and diabetes; tips for caring for an aging loved one; dementia and other behavioral changes, as well as balance, falls, caregiver support and end-of-life issues.

MedStar Good Samaritan is committed to providing better long-term health to the aging members of its community. Home of the Center for Successful Aging, the experts at MedStar Good Samaritan have specialized expertise to care for the unique needs of people experiencing age-related conditions. The Center for Successful Aging provides patient-centered care, partnering with patients and their families to provide individualized treatment plans that evolve with the patient’s changing needs. This care continues regardless of the type of setting the patient may require in the future, including home, hospital and long-term facilities. This makes the Center for Successful Aging at MedStar Good Samaritan one of the few geriatrics programs in the region where the same experts treat patients regardless of the care setting they require.

To participate in The New Old Age: Caring and Coping Live Webcast, viewers can log on to MedStarHealth.org/Webcast to watch streaming video and chat live with the experts. Participants also can follow the event on Facebook and on Twitter, by using the hashtag #AskMedStar

Meet the panelists:

George Hennawi, MD, is a board-certified geriatric medicine physician at MedStar Good Samaritan. He attended medical school at the University of Damascus in Syria. He did his postgraduate training in the United States, completing an internship and residency at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, and a fellowship at the University of Virginia Hospital. Dr. Hennawi was named a “Top Doc” in 2015 by Baltimore magazine for geriatrics.

Christopher Kearney, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician at MedStar Good Samaritan. Dr. Kearney specializes in palliative medicine. He received his medical degree from Albany Medical College in Albany, NY and completed a residency at Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Kearney was named a “Top Doc” in 2015 by Baltimore magazine for palliative medicine.

Elias Shaya, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist at MedStar Good Samaritan. He attended medical school at American University of Beirut in Lebanon and completed his internship at the University of Manchester in England. Dr. Shaya then came to the United States, where he completed his residency at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, GA. He then fulfilled a fellowship program at Johns Hopkins Hospital and an additional fellowship at Bowman Gray School of Medicine, now named the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in Winston-Salem, NC. Dr. Shaya was named a “Top Doc” in 2015 by Baltimore magazine for psychiatry.

Cynthia Fields, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist at MedStar Good Samaritan. She attended medical school at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed an internship and residency at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Fields went on to fulfill her residency at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Judy Bopp, is a physical therapist and clinical specialist at MedStar Good Samaritan.

Adrienne Kilby, MSW, LGSW, is a psychiatric and geriatric social worker at MedStar Good Samaritan.

Meet the moderator:

Jamie Costello, Baltimore television news anchor, has been with WMAR ABC 2 News for 26 years. He co-anchors ABC2 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m.

For more information or to pre-register for webcast, click here. To learn more about geriatric services at MedStar Good Samaritan, click here.

About MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital
MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital is a 287-bed community teaching facility located at the corner of Loch Raven Boulevard and Belvedere Avenue in northeast Baltimore, with more than 130,000 patient visits annually. With Centers of Excellence in orthopaedics, rheumatology, rehabilitation, burn reconstruction, and renal care, as well as a certified Stroke Center and winner of the Delmarva Foundation Excellence Award for Quality Improvement for four years in a row, MedStar Good Samaritan serves people throughout Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic and internationally in these advanced specialties. MedStar Good Samaritan is part of MedStar Health, a not-for-profit, regional healthcare system with 10 hospitals and more than 20 other health-related services in the Maryland and Washington, D.C., region.

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MedStar Health Physicians Named 2015 “Top Docs” by Baltimore Magazine

Top_Doc_News_ImageBaltimore(October 28, 2015)—MedStar Health is proud to announce that 92 of its Baltimore hospital physicians have been identified by Baltimore magazine’s much anticipated and highly coveted “Top Docs” 2015 list, now on stands.

Each year, Baltimore magazine publishes the annual list of "Baltimore’s Top Doctors". The physicians honored with this title are chosen by their peers who respond to survey questions asking what physician would you send your own family member to. Nearly 10,000 physicians in the region were surveyed for this year’s list, including an online poll of physicians to augment the mailed survey responses. Baltimore magazine then publishes the top physicians named in each of the specialties.

 To learn more about these physicians, click here.

Fouad Abbas, MD, Gynecologic Oncology, MedStar Harbor

Andrew Abramowitz, MD, Pediatric Orthopaedics, MedStar Franklin Square

Sarkis Aghazarian, MD, Vascular Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

Christen Alevizatos, MD, Urology, MedStar Good Samaritan

Blair Andrew, MD, Radiology: Interventional, MedStar Franklin Square

Paul Asdourian, MD, Orthopaedic Spine, MedStar Union Memorial

Michael Auerbach, MD, Hematology, MedStar Franklin Square

Raja Ayash, MD, Critical Care, Pulmonary, MedStar Union Memorial

Michelle Bahrain, MD, Infectious Disease, MedStar Franklin Square

Marie Bellantoni, MD, Endocrinology/Diabetes Care , MedStar Franklin Square

Nathan Berger, MD, Reproductive Endocrinology/IVF, MedStar Union Memorial

George Bittar, MD, Interventional Cardiology, MedStar Union Memorial

Charles Boice, MD, Gynecologic Oncology, MedStar Franklin Square

Troy Brijbasi, MD, Radiology: Interventional, MedStar Franklin Square

Jennifer Broussard, MD, Pathology, MedStar Franklin Square

Wayne Campbell, MD, Infectious Disease, MedStar Union Memorial

Issam Cheikh, MD, Diabetes/Endocrinology, MedStar Union Memorial

David Cohen, MD, Sports Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

David Coll, MD, Vascular Surgery, MedStar Good Samaritan

Jacques Conaway, MD, Sleep Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Mark Diamond, MD, Gastroenterology, MedStar Franklin Square

Zeena Dorai, MD, Neurosurgery, MedStar Union Memorial

Michael Dvorkin, MD, Orthopaedics: General, Sports Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery: Joint, MedStar Franklin Square

Frank Ebert, MD, Orthopaedic Joint, MedStar Union Memorial

Ibrahim Elsamanoudi, MD, Pain Management, MedStar Union Memorial

Veronica Epstein, MD, Internal Medicine, MedStar Union Memorial

Maen Farha, MD, Breast Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

Kristen Fernandez, MD, Breast Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor

Jeffrey Ferris, MD, Colo-rectal, MedStar Franklin Square

Albert Steven Fleisher, MD, Gastroenterology, MedStar Franklin Square

Jerold Fleishman, MD, Neurology: General, MedStar Franklin Square

Ziv Gamliel, MD, Thoracic Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor

Elias Ghandour, MD, Nephrology, MedStar Good Samaritan

David Gold, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery: Joint, MedStar Franklin Square

David Golden, MD, Allergy: Immunology, MedStar Franklin Square

Ira Gubernick, MD, Orthopaedics: General, MedStar Franklin Square

Vinay Gupta, MD, Surgical Oncology, MedStar Union Memorial

Jonathan Hansen, MD, Emergency Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Daniel  Harley, MD, Thoracic Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square

Richard Heitmiller, MD, Thoracic Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

George Hennawi, MD, Geriatrics, MedStar Good Samaritan

James Higgins, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

Peter Holt, MD, Rheumatology, MedStar Good Samaritan

Barbara Howard, MD, Pediatric Behavior and Development, MedStar Franklin Square

Peter Innis, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

George Jabaji, MD, Vascular Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square

Chuka Jenkins, MD, Maternal - Fetal Medicine, MedStar Harbor

Allan Jensen, MD, Ophthalmology, MedStar Union Memorial

Christopher Kearney, MD, Palliative Medicine, MedStar Union Memorial

Ramesh Khurana, MD, Neurology/Headache, MedStar Union Memorial

Joyce King, MD, Family Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Steve Kulik, MD, Foot and Ankle Surgery, MedStar Good Samaritan

Mesfin Lemma, MD, Orthopaedic Spine, MedStar Good Samaritan

Brad Lerner, MD, Urology, MedStar Union Memorial

Nicola London, MD, General Obstetrics, MedStar Franklin Square

Momina Mastoor, MD, Cardiology, MedStar Union Memorial

Les Matthews, MD, Orthopaedics: General, MedStar Union Memorial

Jonathan Matz, MD, Allergy: Immunology, MedStar Franklin Square

Edward McCarron, MD, Surgical Oncology, MedStar Franklin Square

Arthur  McTighe, MD, Pathology, MedStar Union Memorial

Fernando Mena, MD, Neonatology, MedStar Franklin Square

Mahsa Mohebtash, MD, Oncology: General, Oncology: Breast, MedStar Union Memorial

Marc Mugmon, MD, Cardiology, MedStar Union Memorial

Peter Mulaikel, MD, Anesthesiology, MedStar Union Memorial

David Nasrallah, MD, General Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

John Nesbitt, MD, Hematology, MedStar Union Memorial

John O'Donnell, MD, Orthopaedics: General, MedStar Union Memorial

Yvonne Ottaviano, MD, Oncology: Breast, MedStar Franklin Square

Howard Popkin, MD, General Obstetrics, MedStar Harbor

Salim Rizk, MD, Critical Care, MedStar Union Memorial

Lisa Rubin, MD, Minimally Invasive Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square

Waiel Samara, MD, Internal Medicine, MedStar Union Memorial

Lew Schon, MD, Foot and Ankle Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial

Sudhir Sekhsari, MD, Allergy/Immunology, MedStar Union Memorial

Stephen Selinger, MD, Intesivists/Critical Care, MedStar Franklin Square

John Senatore, MD, Podiatry, MedStar Union Memorial

Carlton Sexton, MD, Radiology, MedStar Union Memorial

Elias Shaya, MD, General Psychiatry, MedStar Good Samaritan

Alan Shikani, MD, Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Malignancies, MedStar Good Samaritan, MedStar Union Memorial

Samir Shureih, MD, Plastic Surgery/Reconstructive , MedStar Union Memorial

Anadir Silva, MD, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Peter Sloane, MD, Critical Care, MedStar Union Memorial

Samuel Smith, MD, Reproductive Endocrinology/IVF, Gynecology and Women's Health, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor

Gabriel Soudry, MD, Nuclear Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Nassif Soueid, MD, Plastic Surgery: Reconstrutive, Plastic Surgery: Breast, MedStar Franklin Square

Adrienne Suggs, MD, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square

Justin Tortolani, MD, Orthopaedic Spine, MedStar Union Memorial

Andrew Tucker, MD, Sports Medicine, MedStar Union Memorial

John Wang, MD, Interventional Cardiology, MedStar Union Memorial

David Widlus, MD, Interventional Radiology, MedStar Union Memorial

Laurel Yap, MD, Neonatology, MedStar Harbor

Christopher You, MD, Bariatrics, MedStar Franklin Square

About MedStar Health

MedStar Health is a not-for-profit health system dedicated to caring for people in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. MedStar’s 30,000 associates, 6,000 affiliated physicians, 10 hospitals, ambulatory care and urgent care centers, and the MedStar Health Research Institute are recognized regionally and nationally for excellence in medical care. As the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University, MedStar trains more than 1,100 medical residents annually. MedStar Health’s patient-first philosophy combines care, compassion and clinical excellence with an emphasis on customer service. For more information, visit MedStarHealth.org.

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MedStar Health Physicians Named 2013 “Top Docs” by Baltimore Magazine

medstar-health-logoBaltimore—(November 19, 2013)—Each year, Baltimore magazine publishes a list of "Baltimore’s Top Doctors". The physicians honored by this title are chosen by their peers through a survey that asks where they would send a member of their own family if they needed a physician. Nearly 10,000 physicians in the region were surveyed for this year’s list, including an online poll of physicians to augment the mailed survey responses. Baltimore magazine then publishes the top physicians named in each of the specialties.

MedStar Health is proud to announce the following 102 physicians, covering a variety of specialties, from MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital, MedStar Harbor Hospital and MedStar Union Memorial Hospital were named 2013 “Top Docs” by Baltimore magazine. 

  • Fouad Abbas, MD, Gynecologic Oncology, MedStar Harbor
  • Hatem Abdo, MD, Neurosurgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Khalid Al-Talib, MD, Nephrology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Blair Andrew, MD, Interventional Radiology, Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Paul Asdourian, MD, Orthopaedic Spine Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Michael Auerbach, MD, Hematology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Sein Aung, MD, Hematology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Cengiz Aygun, MD, Radiation Oncology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Michelle Bahrain, MD, Infectious Disease, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Marie Bellantoni, MD, Endocrinology/Diabetes Care, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Brian Bohner, MD, Pulmonology, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Charles Boice, MD, Gynecologic Oncology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Troy Brijbasi, MD, Interventional Radiology, Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jennifer Broussard, MD, Pathology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Wayne Campbell, MD, Infectious Disease, MedStar Union Memorial
  • E. Cristian Campian, MD, Laparoscopic/Minimally Invasive Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Issam Cheikh, MD, Endocrinology/Diabetes Care, MedStar Union Memorial
  • David Cohen, MD, Sports Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • David Coll, MD, Vascular Surgery, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Jacques Conaway, MD, Sleep Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor
  • Russell DeLuca, MD, Oncology (General), MedStar Harbor
  • Mark Diamond, MD, Gastroenterology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Luis Dibos, MD, Cardiac Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Zeena Dorai, MD, Neurosurgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • William Dowling, MD, Urology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Conrad Duncan, MD, Laparoscopic/Minimally Invasive Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Michael Dvorkin, MD, Sports Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery (Joint), Pediatric Orthopaedics, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Michael Dwyer, MD, Family Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Frank Ebert, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery (Joint), MedStar Union Memorial
  • Ibrahim Elsamanoudi, MD, Pain Management, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Maen Farha, MD, Breast Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Kristen Fernandez, MD, Breast Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jeffrey P. Ferris, MD, Colo-rectal Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Michael Fiocco, MD, Cardiac Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • A. Steven Fleisher, MD, Gastroenterology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jerold Fleischman, MD, Neurology (General), MedStar Franklin Square
  • Paul Fowler, MD, Radiation Oncology, MedStar Good Samaritan, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Luis Gimenez, MD, Nephrology, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • David Gold, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery (Joint), MedStar Franklin Square
  • Howard Goldman, MD, Internal Medicine (General), MedStar Franklin Square
  • Maryellen Goodell, MD, Family Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Davis Hahn, MD, Medical Oncology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Jonathan Hansen, MD, Emergency Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Daniel Harley, MD, Thoracic Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Richard Heitmiller, MD, Thoracic Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • George Hennawi, MD, Geriatrics, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Jim Higgins, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Barbara Howard, MD, Pediatric Behavior and Development, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Peter Innis, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • George Jabaji, MD, Vascular Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Allan Jensen, MD, Ophthalmology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Ryan Katz, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Christopher Kearney, MD, Geriatrics, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Joyce King, MD, Family Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Brad Lerner, MD, Urology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Nicola London, MD, General Obstetrics, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Margaret Lynch-Nyhan, MD, Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Loralie Ma, MD, Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Vincent Martorana, MD, Podiatry, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jerry Marty, MD, Pathology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jason Marx, MD, Critical Care, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Steven Mason, MD, Cardiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Leslie Matthews, MD, Orthopaedics (General), MedStar Union Memorial
  • Jonathan Matz, MD, Allergy/Immunology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Edward McCarron, MD, Surgical Oncology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Fernando Mena, MD, Neonatology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Anis Merson, MD, Psychiatry (General), MedStar Franklin Square
  • John Nesbitt, MD, Hematology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Zina Novak, MD, Interventional Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Yvonne Ottaviano, MD, Oncology (General), MedStar Franklin Square
  • James Parshall, MD, Geriatrics, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Stanley Platman, MD, Psychiatry (General), MedStar Union Memorial
  • Kevin Rossiter, MD, Nephrology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Lisa Rubin, MD, Gynecology/Women’s Health, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Paul Sack, MD, Endocrinology/Diabetes Care, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Lisa Savoie, MD, Colo-rectal Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Kevin Schendel, MD, Internal Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Lew Schon, MD, Foot and Ankle, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Keith Segalman, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Stephen Selinger, MD, Intensivists/Critical Care, Pulmonology, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor
  • Carlton Sexton, MD, Radiology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Richard Shapiro, MD, Anesthesiology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Elias Shaya, MD, Psychiatry (General), MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Alan Shikani, MD, Otolaryngology, MedStar Good Samaritan, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Anadir Silva, MD, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Kenneth Silver, MD, Physical Medicine/Rehabilitation, MedStar Good Samaritan
  • Peter Sloane, MD, Intensivists/Critical Care, Pulmonology, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Samuel Smith, MD, Reproductive Endocrinology/IVF, MedStar Franklin Square, MedStar Harbor
  • Nassif Soueid, MD, Plastic Surgery (Body Contouring), Plastic Surgery (Breast), MedStar Franklin Square
  • Leonard Spector, MD, Oral Maxillofacial, MedStar Franklin Square
  • David Tarantino, MD, Anesthesiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • James Thompson, MD, General Obstetrics, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Justin Tortolani, MD, Orthopaedic Spine Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Andrew Tucker, MD, Sports Medicine, MedStar Union Memorial
  • David Widlus, MD, Interventional Radiology, MedStar Good Samaritan, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Ray Wittstadt, MD, Hand Surgery, MedStar Union Memorial
  • Marcos Wolff, MD, Infectious Disease, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Jennifer Wormuth, MD, General Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Charles Yim, MD, Interventional Radiology, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Christopher You, MD, Bariatrics, MedStar Franklin Square
  • John Zapas, MD, Surgical Oncology, Hepato-Biliary Surgery, MedStar Franklin Square
  • Amy A. Zimmerman, MD, Ophthalmology, MedStar Franklin Square

About MedStar Health

MedStar Health is a not-for-profit health system dedicated to caring for the families of Maryland and the Washington, D.C. region, while advancing the practice of medicine through education, innovation and research. MedStar’s 30,000 associates, 6,000 affiliated physicians, 10 hospitals, multiple ambulatory care and urgent care centers, and the MedStar Health Research Institute are recognized regionally and nationally for quality and service excellence. MedStar, the medical education and clinical partner of Georgetown University, trains 1,100 medical residents annually. MedStar Health’s patient-first philosophy combines care, compassion and clinical excellence with an emphasis on customer service. For more information, visit MedStarHealth.org.

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