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Dr. Sarah Leonhard, CEO of Greater Baden Medical Services, will be honored May 2 by the Prince George’s Hospital Foundation for her years of dedication to improving the availability of health care.
Prior to her 12 years as CEO of GBMS, she was medical director for the multisite Federally Qualified Health Center. She received a bachelor’s from Loyola University in New Orleans, an M.D. from University of Miami and a law degree from University of Maryland in Baltimore.
An active participant in the Regional Primary Care Coalition, Leonhard is also the president of the Community Health Integrated Partnership. She is licensed by both the Maryland Board of Physicians and the Maryland State Bar.
Leonhard has dedicated her professional life to service to the medically underserved as a provider of hands-on care and executive leadership. Her commitment has led to the creation of new access points in Prince George’s, Charles and St. Mary’s counties.
Under her leadership, GBMS now provides services to more than 15,000 residents in Southern Maryland.
About Leonhard, GBMS board Chairwoman Mary Ann Friis said, “She is a servant leader who values collaboration with partners like Prince George’s Hospital Center, who have for decades provided comprehensive care to those in need.”
Also being honored that evening are Maryland Sen. Ulysses Currie (D-Prince George’s) and pulmonologist Dr. Revathy Murthy.