Jonathan D. Rich, D.O., is a Primary Care Doctor with Mercy Personal Physicians Downtown in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Rich provides high quality, general primary care services for adults of Federal Hill, Canton, Fells Point, Baltimore Metro Center and Mt. Vernon. He offers long-term comprehensive care for both common and complex illnesses, and welcomes patients with diverse medical backgrounds.
Dr. Rich works in tandem with Nurse Pratitioner Uchechi Asiegbu.
Personalized and Friendly Primary Care
Dr. Jonathan Rich strives to provide high quality personalized care for each patient he serves. He enjoys the opportunity to develop long term relationships with his patients – understanding them, their background and individual lifestyle in order to help make health related decisions. Dr. Rich puts a strong emphasis on making healthy lifestyle choices and will make recommendations to help patients do so.
Community Health Activist
While working as Chief Resident at St. John-Detroit Riverview Hospital in 2000, Dr. Jonathan Rich became interested in community care. As a recipient of a National Health Service Corps Scholarship, he was able to pursue these interests in rural North Carolina, where he provided health care to underserved communities and worked with local leaders on health education outreach, covering issues ranging from obesity and diabetes to HIV/AIDS.
Since relocating to Baltimore in 2005, Dr. Rich has been active in the teaching program at Mercy Medical Center where he instructs University of Maryland medical students, interns and residents. In addition, he participates in community health fairs, is the acting Medical Director for Caring Hands Adult Medical Day Care in Dundalk, Maryland, and is a frequent contributor to The Woman’s Doctor on WBAL-TV11.
In addition to providing the Baltimore community with complete medical care, Dr. Rich enjoys spending time with his family, running, biking or reading a good book.
Dr. Rich graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine of Mesa, Arizona, and completed both his Internship and Residency training at St. Johns-Detroit Riverview Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.