419 W. Redwood Street, Suite 620, Baltimore, MD 21201
Education and Training
Undergraduate: Cornell University, BS, Human Biology, Health & Society, 2006-2010
Graduate School: Columbia University, MPH, Concerntration in Health Policy, 2010-2012
Medical School: University of Maryland School of Medicine, MD, 2012-2016
Residency: Internal Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center & Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 2016-2019
Board Certification: Internal Medicine
Following residency, Dr. Delapenha spent 2 years working as a hospitalist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center before joining the faculty at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2022. He currently works as a primary care physician predominately seeing patients in clinic and will occasionally care for hospitalized patients. He also spends time teaching residents in the outpatient and inpatient setting. Dr. Delapenha is invested in building strong relationships with his patients to serve as their health advocate and help them make informed choices about their health.
Dr. Delapenha has a strong interest in transitions of care, population health and healthcare access. He is also interested in helping to improve diversity, equity and inclusion within the field of medicine.
Transitions of Care, Population Health, Healthcare Access, Health Disparities, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Retener, N., Delapenha, A. (2017). Primer on the Healthcare System. In: R. Habicht and M. Gulati, ed., Hospital Medicine: Perspectives, Practices and Professional Development. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature, pp. 1-9.
Losonczy, L., Delapenha, A., Dixon, R. Severe Spinal Stenosis as a Cause of Froin’s Syndrome in a Critically Ill Patient. American Thoracic Society 2017 International Conference, Washington, DC, May 2017. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2017; 195:A2020.
Delapenha, A., Kisuule, F., Martin, S., Barrett, E. Embedding Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice in Hospital Medicine: A Road Map for Success. The Hospitalist; 2021 Sep; 25(9): 8-9.