Beth Linda Aronson
Assistant Professor, Clinical Skills
Courses: Pediatric History and Physical, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. Aronson completed her medical degree at University of Florida and her internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Maryland. She was in solo practice of OBGYN for over 30 years in Baltimore, Maryland. During that time, she taught Physician Assistant students from Towson University for over 20 years and mentored over 100 residents and medical students from Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland.
She developed and ran the OBGYN services for Johns Hopkins Health Plan, supervising 10 part-time doctors in 3 locations, including 30 deliveries and 15 surgeries monthly at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the late 1980’s.
Dr. Aronson has served as a consultant to the Physician’s Board of Medicine for the State of Maryland, regarding standard of care issues and has testified for the Attorney General’s office in Maryland in a case prosecuting an individual who was practicing medicine without a license.
Dr. Aronson has served on numerous hospital committees, occasionally as chairperson, and is a member of the American College of OBGYN and a past member of the Association of Professors of GYN and OB.
- General Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Physical Examination
- Patient Interviewing
- B.A. in Philosophy cum laude, Emory University
- Best Teacher of the Year Award by the Johns Hopkins OBGYN Residents, 2013-2014
- Early treatment of VAIN
- Recurrent CIN
- Active management of labor
- Invited speaker for “The Healers’ Art” course at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
- Invited reviewer for The Journal of Medical Ethics.