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Diana A. Whitehead, MD

Gastroenterology

To schedule an appointment, call: 443-849-3400
Gastroenterology Practice at GBMC
Gastroenterology Practice at GBMC
Pavilion East
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ABOUT
Gender: Female
Languages:English, Twi
Medical School:State University of New York - Upstate
Residency:Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital
Fellowship:Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Program

Diana A. Whitehead, MD, has joined GBMC as a gastroenterologist. Along with practicing general gastroenterology and hepatology, Dr. Whitehead has a special interest in inflammatory disease and treating patients with ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. She completed her fellowship in Gastroenterology with a focus in inflammatory bowel disease at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire where she also served as an instructor of medicine at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island and earned her medical degree from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. Dr. Whitehead is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology.

Dr. Whitehead is the director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at GBMC, treating patients with Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Learn more about the center here.

PRACTICE LOCATION
Gastroenterology Practice at GBMC
Pavilion East
6565 N. Charles St.
Suite 512
Towson, MD 21204
Park:Iris — (Directions)
Call: 443-849-3400
Call: 443-849-3400
Fax:443-849-3402
PRACTICE HOURS
Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Sat - Sun: Closed

Comments

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Very good.
First time seeing Dr. Whitehead - She was very nice and I did not feel rushed or hurried along as if she was anxious to be with the next patient.
Good experience.
This was my first visit with Dr. Whitehead - she made a good first impression.
Dr. Whitehead was incredible. She has incredible "bed wide manner" as it is called. She was very thorough in her explanation and ensuring that I did not have any questions. She laid out an exact timeline of what she plans to do and exactly what to expect in the future. Fantastic doctor.
The Dr was rude/unprofessional and pushy, I left feeling flustered & confused
I don't know that I've ever been in an office and have a doc tell me there is nothing wrong with me prior to an exam. this doc' is a real piece of work.
My first experience with Dr. Whitehead was excellent. Plan to use her as my GI physician permanently. She was highly recommended to me by Dr. [...] when he left the Baltimore area.
My first personal experience with Dr. Whitehead. She is amazing like Dr. [...]. She is so caring and you can really see it.
I was told treating my health issues would be like re inventing the wheel and the dr could not assist
Very nice, and pleasant people to deal with. Very clean offices also.
Already recommended Dr. Whitehead to friends & family!
rushed meeting with the doctor and she was checking her phone messages during our visit!
Dr Whitehead is very attentive, and professional. She listens to my concerns and tries to find the root cause and appreciate treatment plan.
The doctor kept talking about medications that would be appropriate. I have not been on medication for 17 years and don't understand why she spent the majority of the visit speaking about medications. I am not having symptoms I only visited the office to establish a doctor in the event I have a flare up.
I found Dr. Diana Whitehead to be very friendly and professional and I was very comfortable to be in her care.
Dr. Whitehead saw me before because assistant was tied up. Therefore saving me time waiting.
It has been a wonderful experience.
I thought Dr. Whitehead seemed extremely knowledgeable and professional, but she also seemed dismissive of my concerns when I brought up that some of the tests she wanted to perform seemed redundant as I had very similar procedures done within the past year and a half. I got the impression that she thought I was nave.
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