Linda M. Lang, MDInternal Medicine
“I want to treat my patients like they are my friends, building relationships beyond medicine. I want to provide a personal, “concierge” like practice without the concierge fee.”
- Internal Medicine
Areas of Expertise
- High Cholesterol
- Weight Loss
Internship and Residency
Duke University Hospital
1995 and 1997
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Psychology
Hospitals Affiliated With
Howard County General Hospital
St. Agnes Hospital
American College of Physician (ACP)
1998 – Present
Dr. Lang is a firm believer of volunteering. After returning home, she joined the Waverly Elementary PTA, serving as the chair of Fall Fest, which is a carnival-like event, for 4 years. In 2004, her children switched to her alma mater, McDonogh School. She again joined the Parent Association as chair of Holiday Bazaar, a school-wide event, from 2004-present. She joined the Alumni Board of Directors from 2004 to 2015 as a Director, Secretary, and a Treasurer. Also, while her oldest son was on Eagles Swim Team, she was active in volunteering for this club team as well as for the Waverly Swim team during summers for over 10 years. She is also active in her church, helping to organize church-wide events such as the annual Christmas dinner, and homeless shelter and social events for the church.
Her husband is also a full-time physician, rheumatologist, and she has 3 children, who also keep her very busy, which is the way she likes it.
When she is not busy with volunteering, she also enjoys running. Her longest races were the Metric Marathon in Columbia, Maryland, and the Disney Half Marathon. She also loves to cook and cook for large crowds.
Dr. Lang is a board certified internist. She attended Duke University where she received her Bachelor Degree in Zoology and Psychology. She returned to Maryland to attend medical school at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. She then returned to Durham, North Caroline to train in internal medicine at Duke University Hospital for both her internship and residency. She was trained by two amazing endocrinologists from Duke who passed on their passion for diabetics and metabolic syndrome.
Even though she matched in Pulmonary Fellowship at Duke University, she was blessed with the birth of her son during residency. So, she changed her focus.
In 1997 she returned home to Baltimore and joined Northwest originally but settled with Catonsville Primary Care Center. As a partner, she was involved in renaming the practice and making crucial changes.
Then in 2007, with a goal to provide a more personal, “concierge” like service, where they know their patients, she left to open her solo practice. She took with her the two best staff from that practice and continued to grow.