Family & Community Medicine
Director of Inpatient Medicine
29 S. Paca St.
Education and Training
1997 – 2001 BS, Physics, College of William and Mary
2005 – 2005 MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine
2008 – 2010 MSPH, Maternal and Child Health, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health
Post Graduate Education and Training
2005 – 2008 Internship and Residency, Family Medicine, Wake Forest Univ. Baptist Medical Center
2008 – 2011 Career Development Fellowship, Family Medicine, UNC School of Medicine
2010 – 2011 Faculty Development Fellowship, Family Medicine, UNC School of Medicine
Dr. Howell is currently an Associate Program Director and Director of Inpatient Medicine at the University of Maryland Family Medicine Residency. She attended medical school at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, after which she completed her residency at Wake Forest Family Medicine Residency in NC.
After residency, she taught at the Family Medicine Residency at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill during which time she completed a Master's in Public Health specializing in Maternal Child Health, which has remained her primary clinical interest. During her last year at Chapel Hill, she also completed UNC’s Faculty Development Fellowship.
In 2011, she moved to the Washington, DC area and spent over 5 years at Unity Health Care, an FQHC that serves an ethnically diverse and primarily immigrant and underserved population, during which time she continued to teach with the Georgetown University Family Medicine Residency. In addition, she became one of the founding faculty for the National Family Medicine Residency at Unity Health Care when it was established in 2013.
In 2017, Dr. Howell joined the faculty at the University of Maryland, where she continues to teach residents and students in an underserved setting while practicing full-spectrum Family Medicine including obstetrics, inpatient medicine, and procedures.
Maternal-Child Health, Inpatient Medicine, Procedures, Resident Education
Grants and Contracts
Rural Residency Program Development (2019 - 2022)