Joseph Brodine completed his 4-year combined residency program in family medicine through MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center and in preventive medicine through Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2021. He began his career in health care in 2003 working for four years as a research coordinator for Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Medicine, later graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from JHU School of Nursing. He worked as an RN in the Neurological Critical Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital for 5 years. During that time, he earned a combined Master of Science of Nursing/Master of Public Health degree from JHU with practical rotations that included the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Surgeon General’s Office, and the Baltimore City Health Department. He later received his MD degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine.
Throughout the combined family medicine/preventive medicine training program at Franklin Square, he provided full-scope primary care while training as a preventive medicine specialist with several organizations including Johns Hopkins Health Care, MedStar Family Choice, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, the Evidence-Based Practice Center at JHU, the Baltimore City Health Department, the Maryland Department of Health, and the Office of Global Research at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Since graduating residency, Dr. Brodine has worked in a dual role at MedStar Health as medical faculty providing primary care and teaching at the Family Health Center at Franklin Square and as the Medical Director of the Care Transformation Organization at MedStar, a participant in the Maryland Primary Care Program. He also continues to serve as Course Director for the “Problem Solving in Public Health” class in which he teaches graduate students in the MPH track at JHU since 2020.