Cameron Campbell, CFNPNurse Practitioner
“As a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, I strive to keep my patients on a path to proper healthcare. Primary care is the cornerstone of medicine, promoting long-term health and the prevention of chronic illness. It is my goal and desire to provide my patients care for both acute and chronic illnesses along the healthcare spectrum, working hand in hand to create successful patient outcomes. At this practice, Dr. Meshulam & I go above and beyond the normal reach of primary care, doing everything we can to make our patient’s healthcare experiences positive and enjoyable.”
- Adult and Geriatric Medicine
University of Maryland
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
Bachelor of Science
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
I have been a resident of Maryland my entire life, growing to love and respect the beautiful city of Baltimore. In my free time, I enjoy golfing and fishing, as well as watching the Orioles pursue their quest for another World Series.
After completing his undergraduate nursing degree at Stevenson University, Nurse Practitioner Campbell spent three years working as an Intensive Care Nurse at Union Memorial Hospital. It was here that he saw thousands of patients suffering from chronic illnesses that could have been prevented by proper primary care. This led to his unyielding desire to keep his patients out of the hospital as much as possible.
During his time at the University of Maryland’s Nurse Practitioner Program, he attained a dual Master’s degree in both Adult and Geriatric Medicine. Spending time in both primary and long-term care settings, he was able to gain a vast knowledge in treating both acute and chronic illnesses.
Since completion of his program, Cameron has worked side by side with Dr. Joel Meshulam in his private practice at Mercy Medical Center, helping to promote successful outcomes with all of the patients he has come in contact with.