Adebowale Prest, MDPhysician
“Family Medicine is a partnership, and working with patients and families to better their health is my passion.”
- Family Medicine
Pinnacle Health-Harrisburg Hospital
Eastern Virginia Medical School- Ghent Family Medicine Residency
University of Maryland School of Medicine
University of Maryland, College Park
Bachelor of Science
College Park, MD
Family Medicine Residency
Program @University of Maryland Prince
George’s Hospital Center
Monongalia General Hospital
Physician Leader-Diabetes Task
Dr. Prest is currently working on a health inequity project. She enjoys traveling and walks with her dog Xloe.
Despite being born in Washington D.C, she was raised in Montgomery County. Dr. Prest loves all things Maryland (including our flag). She is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park and the School of Medicine in Baltimore. She taught residents and medical students at the University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center, but her favorite experiences as a
doctor come from her time on the Eastern Shore.
Dr. Prest has a special interest is disease prevention and optimizing medical management of chronic diseases, women’s health, rural and underserved medical provider access, and health services to the LGBTQIA community. Dr. Prest is an advocate for healthy alternative lifestyles.
She actively participates on the state and national level to advocate for Health Care and Pharmacy reform in an effort to improve affordability and access to the best care for her patients.