Dr. Thomas Wilson Faust, MD

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Board-certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology and transplant, Thomas W. Faust, MD, MBE, specializes in the management of patients with acute and chronic liver diseases, as well as patients who have undergone liver transplantation. His research interests include the use of bio-artificial liver support devices, treatments for patients with viral hepatitis and autoimmune liver diseases, management of acute liver failure and bioethical implications of liver transplantation.

Previously, Dr. Faust served as Director of Hepatology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Medical Director of Liver Transplantation and Primary Liver Transplant Physician for UNOS, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

After receiving a medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Dr. Faust completed a residency in internal medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He followed that with a fellowship in Gastroenterology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and a fellowship in Hepatology and Liver Transplantation at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Most recently, he received a Masters in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

Dr. Faust’s Philosophy of Care

Beyond my years of medical training and experience, I also earned a Masters degree in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. As a result, I view each patient within a holistic and ethically appropriate framework.  I believe that approach interjects an additional level of compassion, understanding and humanity into my relationships and dealings with patients, their family and caregivers.

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(Pathway and Education Toward Adherence and Completion in Hepatitis C Therapy): A Nurse-Driven Evidence-Based Protocol. Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) remains a major healthcare concern. The 24-48 week treatment of pegylated interferon and ribavirin therapy requires a tremendous amount of commitment from patients and providers. Thus, there has been a huge focus on health-related quality of life and various measures to support patient adherence and completion of the recommended HCV treatment regimen. This quality improvement project aimed to develop and test a nurse-driven evidence-based pathway that supports the care of patients receiving hepatitis C medication therapy in a tertiary, academic hepatology practice. All adult patients, 18 years and older, who were started on HCV treatment from January 20 to February 15, 2011, were included in the testing of a nurse-driven HCV pathway for the first 12 weeks of treatment. The majority of the patients treated were male (71.8% prepathway and 83.3% postpathway), of White ethnic background (61.5% prepathway and 58.3% postpathway), genotype 1 (69% prepathway and 91.7% postpathway), and had comorbid conditions classified as “other” (38.5% prepathway and 33.3% postpathway). As for treatment status, the majority of the patients were “treatment naive” in prepathway or had never received prior HCV treatment (59.0%) or “had recurrent HCV after liver transplantation” (41.7%). The 4-week treatment completion rate was 94.9% for the prepathway group and 100.0% for the postpathway group; 12-week completion rate was 87.2% (prepathway) and 58.3% for the postpathway group. The mean 4-week adherence score for the prepathway group was 2.46 and the postpathway group was 2.92. Mean lag time to treatment was decreased with 26 days in the postpathway and 43 in the prepathway. 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The median time from transplant to diagnosis was 3.7 years (range 8 months-24 years). All patients presented with extranodal and often subcutaneous solid tumors. Laboratory features included elevated LDH and beta-2 microglobulin levels, monoclonal gammopathy, and EBV positivity of the tumor. Unlike conventional multiple myeloma, patients had normal calcium levels and only mild anemia. Six patients who have completed treatment achieved complete responses with radiation therapy and/or reduction in immunosuppression with two patients now greater than 5 years in continuous complete response. 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We retrospectively reviewed the United Network for Organ Sharing database to analyze the outcomes of 55 adults and 148 children with CF who underwent liver transplantation, and we compared them to patients who underwent transplantation for other etiologies. We additionally compared the benefits of liver transplantation among patients who underwent transplantation for cystic fibrosis-related liver disease (CFLD) and those who remained on the waiting list. The 5-year survival rates for children and adults undergoing liver transplantation were 85.8% and 72.7%, respectively (P = 0.016). A multivariate Cox regression analysis comparing pediatric and adult CF patients to patients who underwent transplantation for other etiologies noted lower 5-year survival rates (P < 0.0001). 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Welcome to MedStar Health in Harford County

Harford County residents, MedStar Health expertise is closer than you think!

If you live or work in Harford County, you don’t have to go far to access clinical expertise and high quality healthcare. MedStar Health physicians practice medicine right in or near your neighborhood.

Residents of Harford County will soon have convenient access to a comprehensive medical plaza that offers services for the entire family’s health care needs with a new MedStar Health Bel Air Medical Campus, which is now open at 12 MedStar Boulevard!

Did you know that MedStar Health is already present and thriving in Harford County? As the largest healthcare provider in Maryland and the Washington, D.C. region, MedStar has ten hospitals and more than one hundred community services. Our expansive reach in the north means that MedStar physicians are currently seeing patients in Harford County, providing orthopaedic, sports medicine, cancer care and women's health services.

Some of our major Harford County locations include:

Now Open - MedStar Health Bel Air Medical Campus

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MedStar Health Urgent Care Belcamp

1321 Riverside Parkway
Belcamp, MD 21017
410-297-2380

Hours
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
No appointment necessary
Directions

Services

  • Medical care for most injuries and illnesses
  • Physicals for school sports participation or pre-employment
  • Flu shots
  • Concussion evaluations
  • Self Pay Services 

MedStar Medical Group at Forest Hill - Internal Medicine

1517 Rock Spring Road, Suite C
Forest Hill, Maryland 21050
410-838-6358
Directions

Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Physicians


MedStar Medical Group at Aberdeen - Family Practice

1013 Beards Hill Road, Suite 103
Aberdeen, Maryland 21001
410-272-4143
Directions

Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Physicians


Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine – Aberdeen (MedStar Union Memorial Hospital)

The Official Medical Team of the Baltimore Ravens998 Hospitality Way, Suite 101
Aberdeen, Maryland 21001
410-638-9001
Directions

Services

  • Performance Enhancement Assessments
  • Sports Physicals

Physician


Rehabilitation Network – Bel Air (MedStar National Rehabilitation Network)

658 Boulton Street, Suite A
Bel Air, MD 21014
410-638-9400
Directions

Services

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy

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Women’s Care at Honeygo (MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center)

5009 Honeygo Center Drive, Suite 210
Perry Hall, MD 21128
443-512-8484

Services

  • Annual exams and pap smears
  • Routine and high risk obstetrical care
  • Midwifery services
  • Pre-natal and birth education
  • Family planning
  • Genetic counseling
  • Infertility treatment
  • Adolescent care
  • Treatment for menopause
  • Laparoscopic surgery
  • Pelvic surgery
  • Urinary incontinence

Website


Meet our “Top Doctors”

These physicians have been recognized as “Top Doctors” in their specialties, and they are delivering care right in Harford County.

Meet Your Neighbors

Interested in knowing which MedStar physicians see patients in Harford County and also live in your community?

Video Profiles

Featuring Shweta Kurian, MD, medical oncologist

Who Should Get the HPV Vaccine?

Can HPV Infections be Prevented?

 What is HPV?

 

 

Featuring Emily Kuchinsky, MS, certified genetic counselor

How Is Genetic Testing for Cancer Done?

Why Is Genetic Testing Important to Cancer Diagnosis?

Who Should Get Genetic Testing for Cancer?

These physicians and more are right in Harford County, providing convenient and accessible care. To find more MedStar physicians practicing near you, call 866-9-MEDSTAR (866-963-3782).