VA Maryland Health Care System
VA Maryland Health Care System Appoints New Chief of Staff
(BALTIMORE, Md.) Sandra Marshall, MD, has been named the chief of staff for the VA Maryland Health Care System, replacing Dr. Adam M. Robinson, now the health care system’s director. In her new position, Marshall, who served as the deputy chief of staff for the Perry Point VA Medical Center− a division of the VA Maryland Health Care System− is responsible for the provision, coordination, and supervision of all clinical services throughout the health care system’s three inpatient facilities and six community based outpatient clinics located throughout the state. Also, she serves as an integral member of the health care system’s leadership team in coordinating the delivery of safe, quality and compassionate care to more than 55,000 veterans annually. The VA Maryland Health Care System is comprised of the Baltimore and Perry Point VA Medical Centers, the Loch Raven VA Community Living & Rehabilitation Center, and the Cambridge, Fort Howard, Fort Meade, Glen Burnie, Loch Raven and Pocomoke City VA Outpatient Clinics.
“We’re pleased and excited that someone with Dr. Marshall’s clinical expertise and long time commitment to caring for our veterans has accepted the role of chief of staff,” said Dr. Robinson. “Armed with her thorough knowledge of the services available to veterans throughout Maryland, combined with her dedication to our mission, Dr. Marshall is the perfect person to oversee our clinical programs.”
Prior to her appointment as the deputy chief of Staff at the Perry Point VA Medical Center, Marshall served as the director of the Managed Care Clinical Center for the VA Maryland Health Care System, where she was responsible for the oversight of Primary Care, Women’s Health, Dermatology, Audiology and Speech, and Occupational Health. She began her VA career in 1988 as an Ambulatory Care staff physician at the Baltimore VA Medical Center and has provided Primary Care services to hundreds of veteran patients. She played a vital role in the implementation of the Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) model that is now used throughout the VA Maryland Health Care System.
“I’m thrilled to be selected as the new chief of staff and am looking forward to making sure our veterans receive the care they need when they need it,” said Marshall.
Marshall earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where she graduated cum laude, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center and the Baltimore VA Medical Center. After completing her residency, she served as the chief resident for Internal Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center and at the Baltimore VA Medical Center. Dr. Marshall is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Geriatrics.