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Office2118 Greenspring Dr
Lutherville, MD 21093Phone(410) 821-8062
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- Dr. Andrew Tucker, MD is a board certified family physician in Lutherville, Maryland. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Maryland, Georgia, and Ohio. He is affiliated with MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.
Education & Training
- American Sports Medicine InstituteFellowship, Sports Medicine, 1990 - 1990
- Wake Forest UniversityInternship, Transitional Year, 1986 - 1987
- Southern Illinois UniversityClass of 1986
Certifications & Licensure
- GA State Medical License 2005 - 2017
- MD State Medical License 1996 - 2023
- OH State Medical License 1991 - 1998
- AL State Medical License 1990 - 1990
- CO State Medical License 1990 - 2015
- NC State Medical License 1988 - 1999
- American Board of Family Medicine Family Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine Sports Medicine
Awards, Honors, & Recognition
- Top Doctors:Baltimore Area Castle Connolly, 2012
- Top Doctors:Washington-Baltimore Castle Connolly, 2012
Publications & Presentations
- 9 citationsAssociation of body mass index and waist circumference with subclinical atherosclerosis in retired NFL players.Yashashwi Pokharel, Sukhdeep S. Basra, Andrew E. Lincoln, Andrew M. Tucker, Vijay Nambi, Khurram Nasir, Robert A. Vogel, Nathan D. Wong, Jeffrey L. Boone, Arthur J. Ro...> ;Southern Medical Journal. 2014 Oct 1
- 1 citationsCarotid intima-medial thickness in National Football League players as an index of cardiovascular disease risk.Debra C. Ahrensfield, Alfred A. Bove, Andrew M. Tucker, Andrew E. Lincoln, Reginald E. Dunn, Robert A. Vogel> ;Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2012 Feb 14
- 11 citationsSeventy-five percent of National Football League teams use pregame hyperhydration with intravenous fluid.Sean Fitzsimmons, Andrew M. Tucker, Damion Martins> ;Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 2011 May 1
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- MedStar Union Memorial HospitalBaltimore, Maryland