Marguerite Duane MD, MHA, FAFFP
Dr. Duane was born and raised just north of New York City. She received a Bachelor of Science with Honors and a Master of Health Administration degree from Cornell University. She attended medical school at the State University of New York at Stony Brook where she received her M.D. degree with recognition in primary care. She then completed her Family Medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA. She is board certified in family medicine and has experience caring for men, women and children at every stage of life.
Dr. Duane is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Georgetown University. She joined the faculty in 2004 and continues to mentor students in research and part-time. She is also co-founder and Executive Director of FACTS – the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science – a group dedicated to educating healthcare colleagues about fertility awareness based methods. Additionally, she is trained as a Creighton Medical consultant and a TeenSTAR educator. Previously, Dr. Duane served as medical director of two community health centers in Washington, DC where she cared for an almost exclusively uninsured population.
Dr. Duane enjoys spending time with her husband, fellow family physician, Dr. Kenny Lin and their four young children – Isaac, Eden, Ellis and Gianna. She loves living in her Brookland neighborhood and spending time with so many of her friends and neighbors.