to challenging problems.
Dr. Jonathan Schreiber
Dr. Schreiber earned his medical degree in 1982 from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology in 1987. He served as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine from 1987 to 1991 before opening his gastroenterology private practice at Mercy Medical Center and St. Joseph's Hospital. In his over 20 years of practice, he has spoken on numerous topics, including upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding, peptic ulcer disease, and treatment of hepatitis C. He has also been recognized for his commitment to treating Baltimore's less fortunate populations, with a 2001 Healthcare for the Homeless Service Award and a 2010 Health Care Heroes Award from The Daily Record.
Dr. Kelsey specializes in internal medicine (the care of adults 18 and older). She is enjoying the renaissance of her career. She works in tandem with her husband caring for GI and hepatitis C patients. Her passion is a holistic approach to her primary care patients. She encourages patient participation. Her focus is on good health practices and prevention of disease. She spends plenty of time with her patients and is a good listener. She also encourages her staff to practice compassion and good listening skills.
Dr. Beverly Kelsey