Mariam Mahmud, MD

Dr. Mariam Mahmud was born and raised in Pennsylvania.  She graduated with honors in Anthropology and Biology from Bryn Mawr College.  She is a graduate of Drexel University College of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency from St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.  She is a pediatrician and worked in primary care for 10 years.

Dr. Mahmud focused her practice on child development, adolescent health, eating disorders, and mental health conditions.  She felt that mental health was an area of incredible need.  She completed additional training in ADHD, and earned a grant from the Albert Einstein Medical Society to improve access to mental health care in a primary care setting.  She also served on her hospital Quality Assurance Committee and on the board of the ARC Alliance in Montgomery County.

Currently, Dr. Mahmud is in a Fellowship program with the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine.  She wanted to enhance her pediatric training and care for her patients with a more holistic evidence-based approach.  She finds integrative medicine to be especially supportive to mental health diagnoses.

Dr. Mahmud is married and has four children.  She spends her free time volunteering and practicing yoga, meditation and culinary medicine.

Mariam Mahmud