Dr. Patrick Hyatt
About MeLocated in Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Patrick Hyatt works with the Mercy Medical Center’s The Institute for Digestive Health and Liver Disease as Director of the Heartburn Center, a Gastroenterologist, and a Therapeutic Endoscopist. Joining the practice in 2006 when it was known as Dr. Posner, Cox and Associates, Dr. Patrick Hyatt treats patients suffering from issues relating to the digestive system. Dr. Patrick Hyatt’s work in internal medicine goes back to his enrollment at Franklin & Marshall College in 1990, where he double majored in Biology and Government. While earning his Bachelor of Arts, Dr. Patrick Hyatt was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Delta National Health Preprofessional Honor Society, and a recipient of the John Kryder Evans Scholar Summer Study and Travel Award and the Huffnagle Biology Scholarship. In 1994, Dr. Patrick Hyatt began his Pre-Medicine studies at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before earning his Medical Degree from the Temple University School of Medicine. During his four years at Temple, Dr. Patrick Hyatt earned his first and second steps of certification of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), and received the Mathilde and Louis Soloff Cardiology Prize the year he graduated. Dr. Patrick Hyatt left Pennsylvania for Providence, Rhode Island, when he completed his residency in internal medicine at Brown University. Over the course of his residency, Dr. Patrick Hyatt completed the third step of certification of the USMLE, became certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine, received the Harvey P. Lesselbaum Memorial Award, and was published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology. After spending another three years at Brown in a fellowship program, Dr. Patrick Hyatt relocated to Baltimore and began his work with the Mercy Medical Center.
EducationMD from Temple University's School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts from Franklin & Marshall College