Dr. Peter Sloane
Dr. Peter Sloane is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, and critical care medicine. He earned his medical degree from the Cornell University Medical College in New York and completed his specialty training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Prior to entering practice in 1991, he had participated in clinical and basic laboratory research in acute respiratory distress syndrome; this research continued over the years as a site investigator in the National Institute of Health’s ARDS Network. He also has a special interest in the application of information technology to enhance patient care and medical education.
Dr. Sloane was a founding partner, prior managing partner, and past president of Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates of Baltimore (PCCAB). He is currently Chief of Pulmonary Medicine, Director of Respiratory Care, and Associate Director of Critical Care at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital and also serves as Chief of Pulmonary Medicine and Associate Director of Critical Care at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital. He is on the teaching faculty of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Nursing.
Dr. Sloane has garnered seven Top Doctor recognitions from Baltimore magazine and two Golden Apple Teaching Awards from MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. He was elected a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Chest Physicians. Prior to joining PCCAB, Dr. Sloane was the Ward Melville Valedictorian of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a National Institute of Health National Research Service Award recipient.
Dr. Sloane and his wife, Amy, live in Owings Mills, Maryland. He has two sons who reside in the Washington DC area and one daughter in Sydney, Australia. He is currently seeing outpatients with pulmonary and sleep disorders in PCCAB’s Towson, Maryland office and caring for patients along with teaching resident physicians and medical students at MedStar Health. He enjoys traveling, spending time with his family and his favorite two hobbies, robotics (where he has been a mentor for the great US FIRST Team 1719 “The Umbrella Corporation” for almost 10 years) and photography (look for some of his photographic work at the end of each session!)