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William H Convey, M.D.

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Languages: English, Spanish


Family Medicine, Psychosomatic Medicine

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Johns Hopkins Community Physicians - Frederick

Appointment Phone: 301-696-1000
45 Thomas Johnson Drive
Frederick, MD 21702 map
Phone: 301-696-1000 | Fax: 301-696-1520


Born in Philadelphia, Pa. Raised in Frederick County, Maryland. Married with one child. Former active clinical practice of Family Medicine in Miami (Kendall), Florida at 8500 SW 92nd Street, Suite 202, from 1979 to 1995. With the Johns Hopkins Health Systems since 1995. Currently Office Medical Director at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians at Frederick, Md. Serious amateur pianist with a passion for good music.

Post-residency appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland Medical School, Psychophysiological Clinic and Laboratories. Served as liaison for the medical evaluation of patients, participated in varied clinical and research programs, became comfortable with use of alternative modalities of therapy including biofeedback, hypnosis, stress reduction and psychotherapy, and coauthored several papers on psychophysiological monitoring, and on loneliness and death. Gained experience with a variety of chronic pain syndromes, labile cardiovascular problems, vascular headache, and various musculoskeletal problems. The director of the clinic was James J. Lynch, Ph.D., who performed pioneering studies delineating the necessary role of human interaction in health, summarized in his first book, The Broken Heart, the Medical Consequences of Loneliness. From him, I learned countless valuable lessons on the importance of dialogue in disease and health. At that facility, I was also actively involved with the use of computers for monitoring a variety of physiological functions, providing biofeedback, and many applications. From this initial exposure, I have constantly searched for creative ways to use technology to optimize and personalize the care of the patient.

I was active in the inception and development of one of the largest and first managed care plans in Florida, Avmed, and served repeatedly on their IPA Board of Directors. Became familiar with the mechanisms and politics of cost-effective Managed Care operations, and the then-difficult relationship with the medical community. Lobbied in multiple congressional offices in Washington regarding the importance of primary care practice in health care reform. more



  • MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine (1974)


  • University of Maryland Medical Center / Family Practice (1977)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Family Medicine / Family Practice (1978)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

Loneliness, Disease, and Death - Alternative Approaches, Psychosomatics, co-authored with James J. Lynch, Ph.D., July 1979. Awareness of Internal Physiological Functions in the Obese, co-authored with Lourdes F. Orta et al, Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Obesity (Alim. Nutr. Metab.), Vol 1, No. 4, 1980. Awareness of Change of Monitored Physiological Functions in the Obese and Nonobese, co-authored with Lourdes F. Orta and Doris S. Hartman, Proceedings of the Biofeedback Society of America, Eleventh Annual Meeting, 1980.

Activities & Honors


  • Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society (University of Virginia Medical School)


  • American Academy of Family Practice, 1978
  • Currently Maryland Academy of Family Physicians since 1995, 1995
  • Florida Academy of Family Physicians, 1979 - 1995

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