Marielle Baldwin, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Family Medicine

MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
MPH, Emory University

Marielle Baldwin graduated from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 2014, where she helped create the first student-faculty run free medical clinic for uninsured and underinsured patients in the Birmingham Metro area. She then completed her residency in Family Medicine at Boston University Medical Center (2017), where she also served as Chief Resident. After residency, Marielle joined the BU faculty as a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine. She is the Course Director for the Community Medicine rotation for family medicine interns, a course which she has redesigned to focus more intentionally on health equity. In this role, she is actively working to develop longitudinal racial equity curriculum for the family medicine residency. Clinically, Marielle practices primary care (including prenatal and postpartum care), facilitates a buprenorphine group for patients with opioid use disorders, works as a hospitalist in the BMC observation unit, and rounds with residents on the inpatient family medicine and maternal child health services. In her outpatient practice, she has taken the lead to ensure family medicine patients have access to naltrexone/vivitrol and has worked to streamline the process of referrals for patients with substance use disorders.

Boston University School of Medicine
Family Medicine

2014 Arnold P. Gold Foundation: Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award
2014 UAB School of Medicine: UAB Family Medicine Departmental Award
2012 American Medical Association: Excellence in Medicine Leadership Award Recipient

Addiction-focused FM Residency
07/01/2020 - 06/30/2023 (PI)
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers


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Patient Transitions and Reintegration from correctional settings into primary care
Prenatal Patients
Substance Use Disorders
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