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Dr. Feldman

Leonard Feldman, MD, SFHM, FAAP, FACP

Track Director

600 North Wolfe Street, Park 307
Baltimore, MD 21287

Lenny is an Associate Professor in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for over 12 years. He received his undergraduate degree at Brown University and his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed his combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency at the University of North Carolina, where he served as a chief resident for the Internal Medicine residency.

He is the founder and program director of the Johns Hopkins Osler Urban Health Internal Medicine Primary Care Track and the Urban Health Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency. He is also an associate program director for the Osler Internal Medicine Residency and the Director of the General Medicine Comprehensive Consultation Service.

As a program builder and a specialist in resident education, Dr. Feldman has focused his research on resident and on-line medical education and high-value care. Other interests include patient education, evidence-based medicine, and quality improvement. He is also the medical director of the Charm City Clinic and president of the Behavioral Health Leadership Institute board.


Rachel Kruzan, MD

Associate Track Director

Rachel is a primary care physician and faculty preceptor at the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Medical Center, and Thayer firm faculty.  She is a graduate from the University of Notre Dame as a Spanish Literature major, and graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago.  She completed her internal medicine residency training at Johns Hopkins Bayview program, where she served as chief resident.

Rachel has great interest in medical education, especially in the primary care setting.  She has been working closely with the fantastic urban health residents and her wonderful EBMC colleagues to re-establish and refine the ambulatory clinic curriculum including ambulatory procedures, induct a quality improvement curriculum and mentor ongoing clinic projects, and build the home visit program.  Her clinical interests​ include addressing health disparities and patient advocacy, Latino health in Baltimore, and community health/engagement by providers.   

Hopkins GIM Faculty

Hopkins GIM has over 80 full-time faculty members who fall into three broad groups: Clinician-Educators, Academic Hospitalists, and Patient-Oriented Researchers. All three groups are engaged in scholarship and teaching. Click to see recent faculty publications with links to Pubmed.The breadth of their research activities encompass many areas of potential interest to urban health residents.

In addition, about 150 outstanding general internists hold part-time appointments in Hopkins GIM# Many are top-notch clinicians on the active staff of The Johns Hopkins Hospital who are invited to teach Hopkins medical students and residents in office and hospital settings. Other are researchers, policy makers, and administrators who formerly studied or taught at Hopkins and now offer their real-world expertise to colleagues and trainees.

As a historic crossroads between the Schools Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, the Division of General Internal Medicine has attracted a large and growing number of research faculty with active joint appointments. These faculty members play major roles on multidisciplinary research projects, serve as core faculty on federal training grants,and provide mentorship and guidance to trainees and junior faculty members.

Additional Faculty

The faculty members of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and of the interdisciplinary Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute also provide a wealth of opportunities for collaboration and mentorship.

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