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Emily Richie, MD

Emily Richie, MD

Director of Chronic Disease Programs

Dr. Richie is especially interested in teaching students, family medicine residents, and patients about the management of kidney disease, diabetes, chronic pain, HIV infection, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, hypogonadism, and travel medicine, in addition to enjoying the breadth of family medicine. She has experience with medical research from her years working as a U.S. Naval officer at NAMRU-2 in Jakarta.

She has worked in the inner city as well as in various community practice settings including Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

Specialties: Family Medicine, HIV Medicine

Undergraduate: Princeton University

Medical School: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Residency: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia

Postgraduate experience:

  • Family medicine practice in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Boston.
  • Faculty, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, MedStar Franklin Square Family Medicine.
  • Research on enteric diseases, cholera vaccine, and DPT-Hib vaccines in Indonesia.
  • Six years of military experience as Commander in the U.S. Navy.
  • Management of patients with HIV and Hepatitis C in Baltimore since 1998.

Languages spoken:

Spanish, French, Indonesian

Scholarly Activity

  • Richie, E MD: HIV Elective in a Community Family Medicine Residency. STFM Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 2013
  • Richie, E MD; Harding C MSW, BCD; Stinnette, J MD: Chronic Non-cancer Pain: Training the Trainers. STFM Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 2013
  • Hepatitis C: review and update. Presentation to the annual meeting of the Maryland Academy of Family Physicians, February 2012 


  • Teaching award, MedStar Franklin Square Family Medicine, 2009, 2010 and 2011
  • Faculty Excellence Award, MedStar Franklin Square Family Medicine residency, 2010

Professional Activities

  • Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, MedStar Health
  • Certification, American Academy of HIV Medicine, 2002- present