Dr. Redonda G. Miller is an associate professor of medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her areas of expertise include internal medicine and women’s health.
Dr. Miller serves as president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
She received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins with election to Alpha Omega Alpha, and took her internship and residency on the Osler Medical Service at Johns Hopkins. Before joining the faculty, she was appointed as an assistant chief of service (chief resident). She completed her M.B.A. at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2004, and prior to becoming vice president for medical affairs, she served as vice chair for clinical operations for the Department of Medicine. In this role, Dr. Miller helped oversee all aspects of clinical care for departmental faculty members. Her work included projects in safety and quality improvement, billing compliance and various clinical initiatives.
Dr. Miller has focused her academic career on medical education and women’s health. She lectures widely and writes on midlife women’s health topics, including osteoporosis and menopause. Dr. Miller directs the Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review course and is a founding editor of the Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review book and DVD lecture series. She has published over 35 book chapters and manuscripts.
A fellow of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Miller actively participates in the national Society of General Internal Medicine, having served on the National Meeting Program Committee, as chair of the Development Committee and, most recently, as national treasurer.