Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine - Pediatrics
Mitchell Goldstein is a native of Baltimore Maryland. He grew up in Pikesville a northwest suburb of the city. Mitchell can not remember a time when he wanted to be anything but a doctor. He is the first and only doctor in his family. Mitchell is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster Pennsylvania where he majored in biology and minored in sociology. He received his medical degree at the University of Maryland School Of Medicine where he graduated Alpha Omega Alpha. Mitchell did all of his post medical school training here at Hopkins. He joined the faculty in 1999 and is currently assistant professor of Pediatrics. He works in the Hopkins Pediatric Emergency Department. He is also one of two physicians on the Hopkins Child Protection Team providing medical consultation to physicians, attorneys and social workers regarding children suspected of being maltreated. He currently works with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to develop a model system of medical consultation to children with suspicion of maltreatment statewide. He has served as one of the School of Medicine's College faculty since the College’s inception. Mitchell is also actively involved in all aspects of pediatric residency training serving as a resident advisor, member of the intern selection committee, and curriculum committee. Dr Goldstein also received his Masters in Business Administration in 2005 from Johns Hopkins. Mitchell finds the most inspiring part of his work is the privilege of being let in to a family’s life during their most vulnerable times and to be able to make such an important impact. He also finds it an amazing privilege to work with students and residents alike as they forge their own identities in medicine.