Erkan Ozturk, MD, serves as a teaching faculty at Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency. He completed his medical degree at Marmara University School of Medicine, Istanbul, and his residency training at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center affiliated with Cornell University. He led Geriatrics-Trauma Surgery co-management program as a faculty at Brown University after he completed his Geriatrics Fellowship there. After moving to Baltimore, he led Geriatrics-Orthopedics co-management program and Geriatrics consult service at Medstar Union Memorial Hospital. He joined the staff at LHAAMC in 2022.
Dr. Ozturk works closely with medical students, interns, and residents in his practice with a special interest in teaching advanced care planning, goals of care conversations, and giving difficult news, as well as other Geriatrics topics like dementia and associated behavioral problems, delirium, falls, and polypharmacy. He is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine for The George Washington University of Medicine. He is fluent in English, and Turkish. His primary joy is to bring a smile to the faces around him and touch lives through his skills and work with the Luminis Health family. Outside of medicine, Erkan spends as much time as possible with his family, and volunteer activities in the community. He enjoys cooking, biking, and fishing. He is also an avid and talented soccer player.