Emily R. Zagorski, DO

Geriatrics, Internal Medicine

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Nursing Home Care, Senior Assessment
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About Dr. Zagorski

Philosophy of care

My philosophy is to treat you and your loved ones as I would treat my own family. Caring for the older adult can sometimes "take a village" and I look forward to serving as a liaison for your care team.

Why I entered medicine

I entered medicine after seeing my older brother taken into and out of the hospital during our childhood. He has spina bifida, a type of birth defect. I was inspired by my parents, who faithfully serve as his caretaker. I have seen firsthand the difficulties of caring for someone's needs day in and day out. This inspired me to go into medicine, specifically nursing home care.

Community involvement

I have been involved with multiple charitable organizations during my medical training, including the Alzheimer's Association.

Personal interests

I enjoy spending time with my dog, Zephyr, who is an adorable Havanese. I also enjoy taking Zumba and kickboxing classes after work!


Saint Francis University, Bachelor of Science, 2012

Post Baccalaureate
Drexel UCOM & Hahnemann University Hospital, Certificate, 2013

Medical Training
West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, DO - Doctor of Osteopathy, 2018


Residency 2021
Internal Medicine, Reading Hospital and Medical Center

Fellowship 2022
Geriatric and Internal Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD


American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine

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