Bruce Rashbaum, MD
B.S. Microbiology University of Maryland, 1977
M.D. Boston University School of Medicine, 1983
Internship: Internal Medicine Johns Hopkins Affiliated Program 1983-1984
Residency: Internal Medicine Washington Hospital Center 1984-1986
Board Certified: Internal Medicine, 1986
The delivery of quality, humanistic and personal care has been a hallmark of Dr. Rashbaum's treatment of his patients for more than 15 years. He brings to his patients an understanding of wellness with an emphasis on prevention and communication. The education of his patients on their health issues is key in his opinion, to a successful patient/physician relationship. Dr. Rashbaum's special interest includes the early detection and treatment of cancers, especially breast, colon and prostate as well as the long term management of chronic diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, thyroid, respiratory, gastrointestinal diseases and rheumatologic disorders.
Dr. Rashbaum, a nationally recognized authority on the care and treatment of persons living with HIV/AIDS, travels extensively lecturing on the management and treatment of HIV to both patients and fellow physicians. He is a primary investigator for many clinical trials with major pharmaceutical companies, allowing him to stay on the cutting edge of HIV research and treatment. His success in the style of his health care delivery is evident by the many professional and community service awards he has received.
Professional Society Memberships
District of Columbia Medical Society
American Society of Internal Medicine
American College of Physicians
American Academy of HIV Medicine)