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Willard Standiford, MD
Undergraduate: Johns Hopkins University
Medical: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Residency: Mercy Hospital / University of Maryland Hospital
James Kopper, MD
Undergraduate: University of Maryland
Graduate: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland Hospital / South Baltimore General Hospital
Michele McEwan, MD
Undergraduate: Mount Saint Mary's College
Medical: Georgetown University Medical School
Residency: Georgetown University Hospital
Dianne Landrum, MD
Undergraduate: Ohio State University
Medical: Ohio State University School of Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland Medical System
Christine Reilly, MD
Undergraduate: University of Virginia
Medical: University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland Medical System
Rumneet Saini, MD
Undergraduate: Lafayette College
Medical: State University of New York
Residency: University of Maryland Medical System
Monique Soileau-Burke, MD
Undergraduate: Tulane University
Graduate: Tulane University School of Medicine
Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital
Henry Chang, MD 
Undergraduate: University of South Carolina
Medical: University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Residency: Wake Forest University Medical Center
Bethany Fry, CRNP
Betsy Johnson, NP
George Baurenschub, MD (emeritus)
Robert C. Irwin, MD (1931 – 2000)
Ernie Maher, MD (emeritus)
Grazia Matesic, MD (emeritus)

 


 

 

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Please click on our link for information regarding the Enterovirus D68 Download ENTEROVIRUS D68.pdf ... Read More

The Pediatric Center will hold its next Meet and Greet on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.  We look forward to meeting you. ... Read More

If you child is unable to attend one of our flu clinics, please contact the office at 443-451-1600 to schedule an appointment. ... Read More

 


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Daily bathing of pediatric patients with disposable cloths containing 2 percent chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG) reduced central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) by 59 percent and saved.. ... Read More

Children who develop asthma in Toronto are more likely to have been born in a neighbourhood that has a high level of traffic-related air pollution, new research suggests. ... Read More

Researchers estimates pupils receiving an extra year of secondary school had an 8 percentage point lower risk of HIV infection a decade later than those that did not. ... Read More

 

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