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Heidi M. Teague, MD

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Emergency Medicine

Administrative Title:

Assistant Medical Director for the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus - Adult Emergency Department


110 S. Paca Street 6th Floor, Suite 200 Baltimore, Maryland

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Education and Training

Prince George’s Community College, AA, Medical Laboratory Technology, 1982

University of Maryland College Park, BS, Electrical Engineering, 1986

University of Maryland College Park, BS, Mathematics, 1987

University of Maryland SOM at Baltimore, MD, 1992

University of Maryland Medical System, Internship, Emergency Medicine, 1993

University of Maryland Medical System, Residency, Emergency Medicine, 1995


Dr. Teague currently serves as Assistant Professor and Attending Physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine.  She is a principal clinician working overnight shifts at UMMC and Midtown Campus Emergency Departments.  She completed her primary undergraduate, medical and post-graduate training at the University of Maryland. Throughout her training she has had an interest in and has excelled in chart documentation. Additionally, she has interests in geriatrics and palliative care as well as physician wellness.  She dedicates her non-clinical time to teaching. She is a lead preceptor for the School of Medicine Introduction to Clinical Medicine course, has mentored MD/PhD students in their Longitudinal Clinical Rotation assisting their preparation for re-entry into clinical rotations, is a faculty sponsor for the Social Emergency Medicine, Community Outreach & Resident Engagement Curriculum and helps recent graduates and critical care fellows prepare for their Emergency Medicine oral boards.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Hospice and palliative care, geriatrics, wellness, addiction medicine and education

Highlighted Publications

Dick Kuo MD, FACEP and Heidi Teague, M.D. Biological and Chemical Terrorism - is your Emergency Department Ready?  Clinical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, November 2001:16(3)

Heidi Teague, M.D., Sharon Swencki M.D. and Alica Tang, DO, MPH Burns:  Assessment and Management / Trauma Reports, Mar/Apr 2005, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1-12

Farzad A, Radin B, Oh JS, Teague HM, Euerle BD, Nable JV, Liferidge AT, Windsor TA, Witting MD. Emergency diagnosis of subarachnoid hemorrhage; an evidence-based debate. J Emerg Med. 2013 May;44(5):1045-53. doi: 10.1016/j.jemermed.2012.10.001. Epub 2013 Jan 24. 

Awards and Affiliations

American Board of Emergency Medicine

Professional Activity

Student Teaching

ICM - 1 Lead Preceptor

Mentor, Longitudinal Clinical Rotation for MD/PhD Students

Resident Teaching

Mentor, Emergency Medicine Residency

Social emergency Medicine, Community Outreach & Resident Engagement Curriculum; Faculty Sponsor

Peer Teaching

Emergency Medicine Mock Oral Board Review (one on one)