General Internal Medicine

Division of General Medicine at GBMC
Internists are physicians who specialize in the prevention, detection and treatment of illnesses in adults from adolescence to the most senior of citizens. Internal Medicine physicians are board-certified, and the division promotes the practice of all internists associated with GBMC. Although many internists care for their own hospitalized patients, the residents, under the direct supervision of the GBMC faculty, also care for their own patients and the hospitalized patients of other community physicians. Additionally, hospitalists care for the hospitalized patients of community physicians. The Internal Medicine Residency Program, which received a five-year accreditation in 2009, provides comprehensive three-year training and places great emphasis on preventative care, chronic disease management and building relationships with patients.
Alan Kimmel, MD Alan Kimmel, MD
Chief, Division of Internal Medicine

Dr. Kimmel earned his medical degree from University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his residency at Union Memorial Hospital of Baltimore. He specializes in and is board-certified in Internal Medicine.


To find an internist who is right for you, call 443-849-GBMC (4262) or follow the link to Find a Doctor.
Internal Medicine Residency Program
Affiliated with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

The Internal Medicine Residency Program at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) has been fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education since 1965, the year that GBMC was founded. Successful completion of our three-year categorical primary care program in Internal Medicine qualifies and prepares the physician to take the certification examination of the American Board of Internal Medicine.

 

 

 

 

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