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Mark Douglas “Doug” Baker, M.D., has joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as chief of population health and assistant dean for Johns Hopkins All Children’s faculty.

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Mark Douglas “Doug” Baker, M.D., has joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s as chief of population health and assistant dean for Johns Hopkins All Children’s faculty. Dr. Baker is a professor of pediatrics for Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and recognized internationally for his research into the management of fever in infants.

Before transferring to Johns Hopkins All Children’s, he served as director of pediatric emergency medicine and vice chair of community outreach at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore. Dr. Baker earned his medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine and completed his pediatric residency as chief resident at Children’s National Medical Center. He trained in neonatology at the Milton Hershey Medical Center and in pediatric emergency medicine at Children’s Hospital Boston.

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