Delia Chiaramonte, MD

Integrative Palliative Physician | Author | Speaker

More Below.


Hospice and Palliative Medicine | Integrative Medicine | Physician

Dr. Delia Chiaramonte is an integrative palliative medicine physician, medical educator, and Positive Intelligence coach. She is the founder of the Integrative Palliative Institute and host of The Integrative Palliative Podcast. Dr. Chiaramonte is Board certified in Family Medicine and Palliative Medicine and certified by the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. She is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Maryland, where she teaches both palliative care and integrative medicine.

Her prior positions include Associate Director and Director of Education of the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Center for Integrative Medicine and Division Chief of Integrative Palliative Medicine at Greater Baltimore Medical Center/Gilchrist.

Dr. Chiaramonte has been voted a “Top Doctor” by her physician peers and has published textbook chapters in the fields of integrative and palliative medicine.  She provides educational programs to physicians and other clinicians on integrative palliative topics (e.g., “Joyful Palliative Care” and “Integrative Symptom Management”) and she provides caregiver coaching to families facing serious illness. She is the author of Coping Courageously: A Heart-Centered Guide for Navigating a Loved One’s Illness Without Losing Yourself. 

Share this profile:

Empowering clinicians and caregivers to provide meaningful, heart-centered, serious illness care without losing themselves.
Delia Chiaramonte, MD
Delia Chiaramonte, MD

Empowering clinicians and caregivers to provide meaningful, heart-centered, serious illness care without losing themselves.


Business inquiries only please: journalists looking for quotes, businesses looking for advisors/consultants, or events looking for speakers. Be sure to include your best contact details so they may easily get back to you.

Don't forget to Share This Profile:



What a Good Doctor Does

What a Good Doctor Does

Dana Corriel, MD asks whether a doctor should be labelled “bad” if they’re doing something that’s not yet accepted as the “norm”, but may be, in future years.. innovation at play!



Owen Muir, MD

Neurodiversity vs Pathology

Using personal anecdotes, Owen Scott Muir, MD highlights the differences between pathology/disability and neurodivergent physician brains.

Want More?

Be a part of our healthcare revolution. Don't miss a thing SoMeDocs publishes!

Disclaimer: SoMeDocs assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, claims, or content of the individual experts' profiles, contributions and courses. Details within posts cannot be verified. This site does not represent medical advice and you should always consult with your private physician before taking on anything you read online. See SoMeDocs' Terms of Use for more information.

follow us

© 2024 SoMeDocs. All Rights Reserved.

Interested in subscribing
to our unique content?

Interested in subscribing to our unique content?

Play Video
Our Founder Answers Your BURNING Question


“Why should I become a member of SoMeDocs if I already have my own space online?”

Site SoMeDocs Logo, square