Dr. Stephen Katz

Dr. Katz attended the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in 1992 when he also earned board certification in Internal Medicine. He was an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of Maryland Medical School for several years in the 1990’s when he also served as internal medicine residency program director, teaching medical students and medical residents.

After several years of teaching, he earned a fellowship in the American College of Physicians, awarded to those who have made a contribution to academic medicine or research. Dr. Katz has been in private practice in Severna Park, Maryland for 12 years. His interests include preventive cardiology, lifestyle modification to prevent chronic disease, and the evaluation of complex, multisystem diseases. He maintains hospital privileges at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

Dr. Katz is married, has three children and lives locally in Severna Park. He enjoys boating, refurbishing automobiles and boats, running and cycling.

Dr. Stephen Katz devotes his practice to patients interested in a more pro-active approach to health care. Dr. Katz spends 90 minutes annually performing a comprehensive physical and screening tests for each patient involved in the program, patients have access to us through direct email and cell phone. Patients pay a yearly fee for this service. For more information or a brochure, please contact Maria Peacock 410-544-5099.

Insurance Networks

Dr. Stephen Katz & Elaine Crain DNP participate with the following networks:
  • AAMC Conifer
  • BCBS PPO, Federal and Blue Choice
  • Great West
  • Tricare PPO
  • Medicare
  • United Health Care, Mamsi, Alliance, Golden Rule and One Net
  • Humana PPO/ First Health Choice
  • First Health - Coventry
  • Cigna PPO
  • PHCS

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