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Reginald M. Brown, MD

Academic Title:

Clinical Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Emergency Medicine

Secondary Appointment(s):


Administrative Title:

Site Director for the Emergency Department at Bon Secours Hospital

Phone (Primary):


Education and Training

Undergraduate:  University of Pennsylvania

Medical School:  Wake Forest University

Residency:  Emergency Medicine/Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine


Dr. Brown is approaching his seventh year on faculty at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine in the department of Emergency Medicine.  Dr. Brown joined the faculty after completing the combined Pediatric and Emergency Medicine Residency at University Maryland, where he served as Chief Resident in his final year.  For the entirety of his academic tenure Dr. Brown has been a full time staff member in Bon Secours Emergency Department.  He also continues to work in the Pediatric Emergency Departments at University of Maryland Medical Center and the Upper Chesapeake Campus. 

Dr. Brown is active in administration and education at both the Medical Center and Bon Secours Hospital.  He is the current Director of the Emergency Department at Bon Secours and Vice President of the House Staff Committee.  He is the Vice Chair of the Quality Committee in addition to serving on the Medical Executive, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Emergency Preparedness and Ethics Committees.  For the last three years he has overseen University of Maryland School of Medicine students in Introduction to Clinical Medicine I and II.  After graduation from the combined residency program he has remained active and currently is the Assistant director of the program.  Seeking greater expertise in administration Dr. Brown has completed Bon Secours Hospital Systems Physician Leadership Formation and three of four phases of American College of Emergency Physicians Directors Academy.  In this light Dr. Brown co-chairs University of Maryland Emergency Network Administrative Interest Group supporting the identification and growth of new administrators.

Growing up locally, Dr. Brown fondly remembers spending high school summers at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine in programs geared to fostering minority student interest in Medicine.  He received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.  Venturing south, he then went to North Carolina to earn his Medical Doctorate at Wake Forest University, School of Medicine.

Family and Community involvement are also central to Dr. Brown’s ideals.  He is on the Vestry at St. James Episcopal Church in West Baltimore.  He is passionate about coaching youth soccer in the Lutherville Timonium Travel program.  He is married for ten enjoyable years to Joy, who has worked many years as an RN in the PICU at University of Maryland.  He has three children, Shalae, Mckenzie and Caleb as well as one grand-daughter, Mya.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Clinical Interests: Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Emergency Department Administration, Opiate Addiction

Highlighted Publications

Brown, R. “Pediatric RSI: Eliminating Myths and Anxiety,” EM Resident: The Official Publication of the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association.  April/May 2009 p30-31.


Teshome G, Gattu R, Brown R. Acute bronchiolitis. Pediatric Clinics Of North America [serial online]. October 2013;60(5):1019-1034. Available from: CINAHL with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed January 23, 2014