Arnold Kirshenbaum, MDPhysician
“At Allergy and Asthma Health Care, our philosophy is really very simple: patient care always comes first and our reputation depends on achieving that goal. Our nurses and providers work very hard to help patients understand their allergy, asthma and sinusitis symptoms so that the best treatment can be prescribed and long term healthy, quality lifestyles can be achieved. We sincerely want our patients to understand their laboratory studies, see their CT scans and basically ask questions, no matter how busy our office may be or how many allergy injection patients may be waiting. It is really a privilege to treat patients and watch their symptoms resolve and their lives improve. And we are honored when our patients recommend our office and staff to their family, friends and coworkers, as many patients have already done.
We are now a part of the large and growing Privia network of providers and the Athena Health Care electronic medical record system. Already we have seen improvement in patient care, handling of records, and flow of information from providers to providers and patients. We are very excited about this improvement and look forward to many good years of servicing our community with the best quality care in our specialty of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.”
- Allergy & Immunology
Areas of Expertise
- General Adult and Pediatrics Allergies, Asthma and Sinusitis
- Mast Cell Disorders
The National Institutes of Health
Internship and Residency
The Naval Hospital, an affiliate of the University of San Francisco
Georgetown University of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Bachelor of Science
Hospitals Affiliated With
Anne Arundel Medical Center
Baltimore Washington Medical Center Hospital
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
He was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and has three children. He enjoys spending time with family, doing research, and listening to music.
Dr. Kirshenbaum is an Allergy Doctor in Glenn Dale and is Board Certified in Pediatrics, Allergy, and Immunology. He is a fellow of both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. He graduated from Georgetown University of Medicine in 1979, before entering his Pediatric Internship and residency at the Naval Hospital in Oakland, California, an affiliate of the University of San Francisco. During 1981-1982, he served as Chief Resident in this program. From 1982-1986, Dr. Kirshenbaum served as a pediatrician and naval officer. In 1986, he started a Fellowship in Allergy/Immunology at the National Institutes of Health. At NIH, Dr. Kirshenbaum continues to do immunology research. Currently, Dr. Kirshenbaum is on staff at John Hopkins. His interests are mast cell growth and development and the role of mast cells in infections and mastocytosis.