Board Certification

Family Medicine

Area’s of Expertise

Group Surgeon



B.S., Biology
Gwynedd-Mercy College

Medical School

MD, Hahnemann University School of Medicine


MPH, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Professional Experience

Staff Physician, PRN, Medstar Health Urgent Care
Maryland locations (North and Central locations)

Volunteer Physician Acupuncturist, Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Clinic, Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Joint Base Andrews
Camp Springs, MD

Staff Physician, Part-time, Patient First
Maryland locations
Dates: 08/2017-12/2019


Dr. Arnold earned her medical degree at Hahnemann University School of Medicine (now Drexel College of Medicine) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After which she completed a transitional internship at Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia. She began her 14 year Navy career with flight surgery training at the Naval Aviation and Operational Medicine Institute in Pensacola, Florida. Upon completion of flight surgery training, she was stationed at Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni Japan, with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing.

After she returned stateside, she completed a family medicine residency at Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, California. From there, she accepted orders to Fleet Surgical Team Five, Surface Pacific Fleet in San Diego, providing medical care to Sailors and Marines on five different ships. After several months at sea, she was a staff physician at the Naval Training Center branch clinic in Point Loma. She then deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as the Group Surgeon, Marine Aircraft Group 16. She was the Officer in Charge of casualty evacuation in western Iraq. Upon her return from deployment, she became the Senior Medical Officer at Miramar Branch Clinic.

After that tour, she decided to come back to the east coast and complete a preventive medicine residency at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) in Bethesda, Maryland. After she completed her second residency, she accepted orders back to Camp Pendleton, as the preventive medicine physician for 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. She deployed again to Iraq, this time to help close military bases throughout western Iraq because of the drawdown in Forces. Following her Naval service, she decided to do an inter-service transfer to the U.S. Public Health Service. She started her Public Health Service career with the U.S. Coast Guard at the Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May, New Jersey. She then moved back to Maryland and worked for the Department of Defense managing post-deployment health programs. She finished her 13-year career in the U.S. Public Health Service as a medical reviewer for the Food and Drug Administration in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Prior to joining Inspire, she was most recently working as a staff physician at Patient First & Medstar Health Urgent Care. She is excited to get back to practicing primary care. Dr. Arnold also loves acupuncture and utilizes her unique acupuncture skillset in her private practice. She completed acupuncture training and worked as a volunteer physician acupuncturist at the Air Force Integrative Medicine Center at Malcolm Grow Medical Center.

Personal Interests

She currently lives in Annapolis with her 2 dogs, enjoys gardening, rock climbing, and inline speed skating!