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sumac diaz, m.d.

Undergraduate Education:
University of Michigan 1996

Medical Education:
University of Michigan Medical School 1999

Internship/Residency:
Riverside Family Practice/Obstetrics-Gynecology Residency Program Family Practice 2003 Obstetrics-Gynecology 2004

Clinical Appointment:

  • Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Practical Experience:

  • Complete Care for Women, 2007-

Personal:
Enjoys running and spending time with family.

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Nancy MacConnachie, Ph.D.

Undergraduate Education:
Davidson College, Davidson, N.C., B.A., 1979 (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa)

Medical Education:
University of Virginia, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1980

Internship/Residency:
Franciscan Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA. 1986

Fellowship:
Virginia Treatment Center for Children, Richmond, Va. 1989

Clinical Appointment:

  • Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Practical Experience:

  • Private Practice in Clinical Psychology, The Westwood Group, since 1990, specializing in Child and Family Therapy.
  • Consultant to the Behavioral Medicine Curriculum of the VCU School of Medicine since 1990.
  • Consultant to New Dominion School, Dillwyn, Virginia since 2003.

Personal:
Enjoys reading, volleyball, travel. I enjoy spending time with my family.

community preceptors


Rachael Monroe, M.D., Stephen Reinhardt, M.D., Christa McQuate, M.D., Kara Foster-Weiss, M.D.

These four physicians from Midlothian Medical Care Family Practice rotate weekly to precept in our clinic.  They are all past graduates of this residency.  This allows for residents to get multiple perspectives on outpatient family medicine from physicians in the community