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Daniel J. Brotman, MD, FACP
Dr. Brotman completed his residency training at the Johns
Hopkins Hospital in 2000. He spent the next five years at the
Cleveland Clinic Foundation before returning to Johns Hopkins. He
was promoted to Associate Professor at Hopkins in 2007, and
deservedly so, as Dr. Brotman has published 37 peer-reviewed
articles in the past seven years and been the recipient of numerous
One may assume that a clinician scientist would therefore have
little time to devote to teaching activities. On the contrary, Dr.
Brotman has been tremendously active in medical student and
resident teaching. For the past three years, he has attended on the
Barker Firm of the Osler Residency Program. He has also been
tremendously active presenting to his peers, including our very own
ACP Maryland Chapter, of which he has been a member for ten years
and a Fellow for the past six years. Dr. Brotman first presented
his "Multiple small feedings of the mind" at the 2006 ACP Chapter
Meeting and has presented the same twice more since. He has also
presented at multiple Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
throughout Baltimore, including those at Johns Hopkins, Mercy
Medical Center, and Harbor Hospital.
Dr. Brotman has been a consummate hospitalist. He has been
director of the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital Hospitalist
Program for the last five years. In addition, he has been a pioneer
of academic output in hospital medicine-a relatively new field with
primarily clinical responsibilities. Dr. Brotman achieved all of
this while maintaining an amazing clinical and teaching workload.
Dr. Brotman is well-respected in the largest national hospitalist
organization, the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), of which he
has been a member for ten years and a Fellow for two years. He has
presented numerous times at SHM national meetings and has served on
various task forces and committees therein.
His involvement in promoting the field of hospital medicine is
impressive and his contributions to hospital medicine have been
especially meaningful. We are pleased to honor Dr. Brotman with the
Outstanding Hospitalist Award for 2012.