Dr. Damien Doyle is a board certified family practice and geriatrics physician. He completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before pursuing a family medicine residency at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill program in Greensboro and a geriatrics fellowship at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
After moving to the Washington D.C., area in 2001, he was in private practice in northern Virginia for several years before moving to the Hebrew House of Greater Washington in 2003. He directed the outpatient clinics and assisted living facility at Hebrew House until 2008 when he assumed the role of medical director of the Hebrew Home campus. In 2011, he became medical director of Evercare MidAtlantic (now Optum Health) overseeing care of enrollees in over 65 facilities in Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia in addition to a large and growing community based program. In September 2015 he moved to Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC to help implement and oversee the then-new Medicare Advantage MD program and also serves as the JHHC Medical Director for the TRICARE USFHP program. He continues to see geriatrics patients at the Landow House Assisted Living Facility of Hebrew Home.
Dr. Doyle has been involved in numerous advanced care protocols and has served on the regional boards of the American Geriatrics Society and the American Medical Directors Association. He has been involved in numerous statewide initiatives including Governor Hogan’s task force on health information exchange, the Maryland medical orders for life sustaining treatments and the transitions in care initiative. He was a clinical professor of geriatrics at both Georgetown University and The George Washington School of Medicine and actively involved in the training of geriatrics professionals. His main areas of interest include geriatric psychiatry issues, quality of life measures and improvement in transitions of care outcomes.