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Johannes G. Dalmasy-Frouin, MD

Academic Title:

Clinical Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:


Additional Title:

Department of Psychiatry Team Physician, Baltimore Orioles Employee Assistance Program


7250 Parkway Drive, Suite 400 Hanover, MD 21076

Phone (Primary):

410 567 5538


410 712 4760

Education and Training

1984- 1989              M.D. Degree                          Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra 
                                                                                   Santiago, Dominican Republic

1992- 1996             Psychiatry Residency            University of Maryland Medical Center
                                                                                   Baltimore, Maryland


Dr. Johannes Dalmasy is part-time Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the School of Medicine. Dr. Dalmasy received his medical degree in his native Dominican Republic in 1989 and completed residency training in Psychiatry at the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1996, having served as Inpatient Chief Resident. He is board certified in Psychiatry and a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. As a member of the SOM faculty, and since 1996, he is part of a group of its physicians who provide confidential behavioral health, substance abuse, and psychiatric services to the Baltimore Orioles organization as well as having also collaborated with Major League Baseball as a consultant for Latino player programs in the United States and overseas. In his past role as full-time faculty, Dr. Dalmasy was an attending with the Division of Community Psychiatry’s Fayette Street Clinic (1996-1997) and the Mobile Treatment Unit (1996-1998); he provided care to private patients through Psychiatry Associates at the West Redwood and Mt. Washington offices (1997-1999); and served as part of the psychiatry Adult Service Line clinical leadership team at UMMC, including as Medical Director overseeing the Adult Day Hospital and the Adult inpatient units. His didactic activities have included lectures to psychiatry residents in the management of the agitated patient, co-leader of an inpatient psychiatry clinical case conference for MS-IIs, small group leader with the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course for MS-Is, and clinical teaching and supervison of psychiatry residents and forensic psychiatry fellows. He is a past member of the Department of Psychiatry’s P.A. Advisory committee (1997-1999), the Medical Center’s Information Management committee (1999-2000), and of the School of Medicine Council (1996-1998). His public health sector service as an attending in the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's foremost forensic hospital, the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center (2000-2005), has been followed by a career as a senior clinical-administrator in Correctional healthcare programs across the nation.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Correctional Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. Sports Psychiatry.

Awards and Affiliations

1998 - 1999        Clinical Teacher of the Year Award
                          University of Maryland / Sheppard Pratt Psychiatric Residency Program

Community Service

2003                   Certificates for Distinguished Service to the Community
                          President of the City Council, Mayor of the City of Baltimore, Governor of the State of Maryland


2009                   "Celebremos Lo Latino" Medical Segment Host
                          Baltimore City Public Access TV, Channel 75