Michael Lerner,



New York, New York

Undergraduate School(s)

Johns Hopkins University, B.A., 1972

Medical School

University of Maryland Medical School, M.D., 1988

Residency Program

York Hospital, York, Pennsylvania, 1991

Awards & Honors

Laucks Award for Excellence in Family Practice, 1991
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Resident Teacher Award 1991


American Board of Family Practice

Began Practicing in Frederick County


Leadership Positions Held

Preceptor for Medical Students for George Washington University School of Medicine
Researcher (multiple studies)
Author of FPCA Home Health Care Book

Community Service, Volunteer Activities

Served on the American Academy of Family Physicians Home Study Editorial Board
Reviewer for Patient education materials for the American Academy of Family Physicians

Additional Relevant Information

Prior to becoming a family doctor, Dr. Lerner was a nursery school teacher and a psychology professor. He has also served as a primary investigator for numerous research studies. In his medical career he still continues his love of teaching in his role of being a preceptor for medical students. Dr. Lerner is also an author of a home healthcare book for patients called “Doc in a Book”. He is married with two children and a grandchild. His hobbies include gardening and reading.