Stephanie A. Detterline

Stephanie Detterline, MD, FACP, serves as vice president, Medical Affairs at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. In her role, Dr. Detterline drives initiatives in clinical quality improvement, safety, high reliability, and quality-based reimbursement programs.

Dr. Detterline joined MedStar Health in 2008 as assistant program director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. In 2015, she was named program director for the MedStar Health Internal Medicine Residency Program. Most recently, Dr. Detterline served as chair of the Department of Medicine at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center and MedStar Harbor Hospital, where she was responsible for clinical operations, oversight of the Internal Medicine training program, as well as the department’s quality, safety and patient experience programs.

Additionally, Dr. Detterline has been heavily involved in Graduate Medical Education (GME) and is an Associate Designated Institutional Official (DIO), providing oversight for the residency and fellowship programs in the Baltimore region. Dr. Detterline also serves as Associate Dean for Medical Education in Baltimore for Georgetown University School of Medicine, overseeing the educational experiences of Georgetown students as they rotate in our Baltimore hospitals.

Board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Detterline received her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed internship and residency training at Loyola University Medical Center. She is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and member of the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine. Dr. Detterline completed the MedStar Leader of the Future Physician Leadership Development Program in 2015 and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) GME Leadership Development Certificate Program in 2020.
She has authored or co-authored two book chapters and her research in the areas of wellbeing and resident education has been published in peer-reviewed journals.