Biography

Dr. Baldwin is originally from Schenectady, New York, but grew up in Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Maryland.  He graduated from George Washington University and the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  A medical Internship and Residency were completed at the University of Maryland Hospital.  He then became the Georgia Heart Fellow and did his Cardiology Fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine – Grady Memorial Hospital, under Dr. J. Willis Hurst and R. Bruce Logue.  He was Co-Director of the CV Surgical ICU at Grady Memorial Hospital, Ward Attending, and Instructor in Medicine during his final year of fellowship.  He then entered the USAF and was stationed at Wilford Hall USAF Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, during the Vietnam Conflict. 

He entered private practice in Cardiology at St. Paul Hospital in 1972 through 2014, when it closed.  He served as Chief of Staff in 2000-2001 and was Chief of Cardiology from 1990-2005.  He was awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award by the Medical Housestaff on two different occasions.  He is a past President of the Dallas Division of the American Heart Association.  In 1998, he joined Dr. Steves Ring in the Heart Transplant program at UT Southwestern and still remains active in that program. 

He is a landscape artist and Numismatist, and enjoys his 11 grandchildren. 

Education

Medical School
University of Maryland School of Medicine (1965)
Internship
University of Maryland Hospital (1966), Internal Medicine
Residency
University of Maryland Hospital (1967), Internal Medicine
Fellowship
Emory University School of Medicine (1970), Cardiovascular Disease

Honors & Awards

  • Outstanding Teacher
    UT Southwestern Internal Medicine Residency Program (1988)
  • Outstanding Teacher
    UT Southwestern Internal Medicine Residency Program (1979)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • Amerian Heart Association (1971)
  • American College of Cardiology (1971)
  • American College of Chest Physicians (1971)
  • American College of Physicians (1971)
  • Clinical Council of Cardiology, American Heart Association (1971)
  • Laennec Society (1971)