“As a pediatrician, I firmly believe I am not only the child’s but the family’s doctor; you can’t really separate the two. This is especially true in the beginning. Hopefully, as my patients grow older, they will see that I am their ‘doc’, there for them as they make their journey to adulthood.”

Board Certification

  • Pediatrics


Internship and Residency

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
Baltimore, MD
1988 and 1990

Medical School

University of Maryland School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

Undergraduate School

Western Maryland College
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Westminster, MD

Hospitals Affiliated With

Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

Professional Associations

American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow
1990 – Present

Phi Beta Kappa
1983 – Present

Service Work

I have gone on 2 mission trips via Mission Work Camp and my church, spending a week each working with the disadvantaged in home repair. I spent a week in China Grove, NC in June of 2012 and a week in Keansburg, NJ in July of 2013.

Personal Interests

Outside of the office, I am very family oriented. I have been married for 32 years and have two daughters and a son. I enjoy time with them and our extended families. I also am active in our church and enjoy traveling and gardening.


After completing a Bachelor of Arts in biology at Western Maryland College in 1983 (now known as McDaniel College), Dr. Wandishin moved on to study medicine at the University of Maryland. Wanting to stay in Maryland, she then moved to Sinai Hospital of Baltimore to complete an internship and residency in pediatrics after graduating in 1987 with a Doctorate in Medicine. She was chief resident at Sinai from 1989 to 1990.

Upon completion of training, she accepted a position practicing general pediatrics at Valley Pediatrics in Owings Mills and remained there until the fall of 1992. With the birth of her first child, Dr. Wandishin decided to work part-time as an attending doctor in the pediatric emergency room at Sinai Hospital, which she did from 1993 until 1994. She was then offered a position at Owings Mills Pediatrics and began practicing there in September 1994. She is still practicing at Owings Mills Pediatrics almost 21 years later in general pediatrics, continuing to see patients from birth to age 21, and continuing to be amazed and receive joy from the many children and their families that are seen.

Although she did not go on for more specialized training, she has over the years developed interests in family/child interactions, adolescent medicine, and weight issues in children and teens. She is the pediatric advisor at several area preschools and has been an active volunteer at her children’s schools over the years.