Dr. Erika D. Feller, MD, Maryland

Erika D Feller MD

Dr. Erika D. Feller, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Medical Director for the Heart Transplant Program.

Dr. Feller(pictured) graduated from University of Maryland School of Medicine, completing a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree in 1998. Dr. Erika Feller is licensed to practice medicine in the state of Maryland.

Dr. Feller board certified in internal medicine, joined the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine in the department of medicine, division of cardiology. She is a member of the heart failure and transplant program team where she is Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medical Director for the Heart Transplant Program

Dr. Erika Feller, MD, Jennifer Brown, MD, Cardiology Fellow; and Elaine Pelc, MS, RD, CNSC, LDN, Clinical Dietician, all from the Department of Medicine, recently published Kathy’s Cookbook, a collection of heart-healthy recipes and cooking tips for patients awaiting or receiving a heart transplant. Source: (click here for more info)

The publication of this book is the culmination of a year’s worth of thorough research and perseverance in memory of a UMMC heart transplant patient. Claire Fraser, PhD.

Specializing in the field of Cardiology, Dr. Feller is prepared to provide specialized care for the heart and cardiovascular system in patients. Dr. Feller’s areas of special interest include heart failure, heart transplant immunology and left ventricular assist device physiology. She is board certified in internal medicine..

Having studied Cardiology, Dr. Erika Feller has been trained to provide specialized care for the heart and cardiovascular system in patients.

Some of the conditions treated by Dr. Feller may include high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, complications of diabetes, heart disease and defects, general chest pains, and other cardiovascular conditions.

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