Current Title: Assistant Professor of Medicine
Education: B.S. in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (1975-1978); M.D. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1979-1983); Residency, Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins University Department of Medicine (1983-1986); Fellowship, Division of Hematology, Johns Hopkins University Department of Medicine (1986-1989)
Current Administrative Positions: Assistant Dean for Part-time Faculty, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Director of Education; Johns Hopkins Community Physicians; Director, Longitudinal Clerkship, JHUSOM; Managing Board Member, Institute for Excellence in Education, JHUSOM.
Educational Focus: Ambulatory medicine, general internal medicine, enhancing quality and safety in primary care, impact of electronic medical records on quality of care, documentation compliance, developing learning organizations, and continuing education of adult professional learners.
Educational Recognition: Department of Medicine Part-time Faculty Award 1993 and 2005, Ambulatory Preceptor Award 2007, Department of Pediatrics Award 2000, Alpha Omega Alpha award for Part-time Faculty 2007, Professor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching during Clinical Years 2008.
Research Focus: Her research is focused on: the use of care management, point-of-care laboratory tests, and electronic medical records to improve quality and safety in ambulatory medicine; incenting directed education of professionals/ physician to promote quality of care.
Personal: Dr. McGuire was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has been at Hopkins since 1979 when she started medical school. She has worked in Johns Hopkins Community Physicians since completing her fellowship. She is married to Andrew Bergman, MD, MBA (JHUSOM ’84) and they have 3 children: Drew, Erik and Hannah, and a dog.