Division of General Internal Medicine
The Division of General Internal Medicine has grown by leaps and bounds in the 36 years since it was established as a program to train internists who would practice general internal medicine in both inpatient and outpatient settings. As the division has continued to grow, it has also become active in clinical programs, educational programs and even research programs, both here on campus and through our affiliated partners.
Our clinical programs offer the opportunity to learn how to provide quality medical care in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Outpatient practices include the Faculty Practice Office, which serves as a private practice for the campus and neighboring community. It offers primary care services, disease-management services and episodic-care services. University Health Center, also located on this campus, serves as an additional training site and offers primary care to patients in the surrounding community. The Baltimore VA Medical Center, which serves a large number of veterans, is staffed both full and part-time by members of the Division of General Internal Medicine and affiliated practitioners.
On the inpatient side, our division has been a leader in cost-effective care through the creation of several innovative services for the University of Maryland Medical Center. These services have been critical in reducing patient length-of-stay and charge-per-case for the hospital. In addition, our faculty attend on the inpatient service at the VA Medical Center and on the inpatient General Internal Medicine Rehab Service at University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute.
Our division has a strong commitment to the education of medical students and housestaff here on campus and at our affiliated institutions. The division provides key leadership; service on numerous committees for the school, the hospital and the practice plans; and is active in research through the Occupational Health Project.
- Adkins, Kimberlee, MD
- Ahmad, Nisar, MD
- Baffoe-Bonnie, George, MB, ChB
- Baquet, Claudia R., MD, MPH
- Bizzell, Kimberlee, MD
- Chen, Lei Jai, MD
- Cina, Majid E., MD
- Dittmar, Philip, MD
- Domenici, Louis J., MD
- Edwards, Brian, MD
- Fairchild, Emily S., MD
- Frayha, Neda, MD
- Gaitens, Joanna, PhD
- Ganji, Shiva, MBBS
- Grasso, Michael, MD, PhD
- Gucer, Patricia W., PhD, MA
- Gulati, Mangala S., MBBS
- Habicht, Robert, MD, FAAP, FACP
- Hepp, Cheryl, MD
- Hines, Stella, MD
- Hong, JS John, MD
- Ijaz, Nadia, MBBS
- Joy, Abel G., MD
- Kim, Kyung, MD
- Kwintkiewicz, Larysa, MD
- Marshall, Sandra T., MD
- Martello, Anne, MD
- McDiarmid, Melissa A., MD, MPH
- Mikulsky, Stephanie, MD
- Millstein, Leah, MD
- Mirarchi, Saverio, MD
- Offurum, Ada I., MD
- Oluyemi, Aminat, MD
- Retener, Norman, MD
- Robinson, Leslie, MD
- Rosenblatt, Paula, MD
- Silva, Kathryn A., MD
- Snow, Dorothy A., MD, MPH
- Southall, Nikkita, MD
- Weber, Lawrence D., MD
- Weld, Ethel, MD
- Yim, Gloria, MD
Open Faculty Positions
The General Internal Medicine Division in the Department of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine has the following openings available:
TRANSPLANT HOSPITALIST (Position 3-309-827) – The General Internal Medicine Division in the Department of medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine as an opening for a Transplant Hospitalist. Physicians on this service lead a team of professionals caring for patients who have already received kidney, pancreas, and/or liver transplants. Prospective candidates are only expected to have the core clinical competencies of a general hospitalist and are not expected to have any specific experience in Transplant Medicine; transplant service education is provided to all incoming physicians. Candidates must be BE/BC in internal medicine and have a strong commitment to patient care. In addition, strong clinical and teaching skills are required, as supervision and education of medical students and residents is expected.
PALLIATIVE MEDICINE PHYSICIANS (Positions 3-309-754 & 806) – The University of Maryland School of Medicine is seeking one full time and two part time palliative medicine physicians for our expanding clinical program. Duties will include both inpatient activities as well as development of an outpatient program. Opportunities for teaching are available. Successful candidates will be board certified/eligible in Palliative Medicine, with a strong interest in teaching and clinical experience in Palliative Medicine.
The Palliative Medicine Program at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is ten years old and currently functions under the direction of Dr. Jeanette Abell, MD, MBA, SFHM with a team of RNs, NPs and a dedicated Clinical Pharmacist. The practitioners serve as expert palliative consultants to the UMMC’s multi-disciplinary service teams, adding care quality and cost saving value. Please see our websites for additional information:
Strengths of program, as validated by independent consultants are:
- Staff: Multidisciplinary and highly motivated staff
- Supported by: Cancer Center Medical Director and Vice President; physician directors of our Medical and Surgical ICUs; Shock Trauma Center Director; Hospital Chief Medical Officer and Nursing leadership; Chairs of Internal and Family Medicine.
- Quality: Routine collection of operational data; project integration with Medical ICU
- Research: Strong foundation and support exists for grant funding to further interdisciplinary Palliative Medicine research.
Faculty rank and tenure status for all positions is commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience. Excellent salary/benefits package available. Qualified candidates should apply by e-mail by sending CV and names of 4 references c/o Academic Programs Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
When applying, please cite specific position number of interest in your correspondence.