Faculty

James C. Anderson, M.D.

 

Undergraduate Education:
University of Virginia, 1974


Medical Education:
University of Virginia, 1978


Internship/Residency:
Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 1981


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


Practical Experience:
Emergency Medicine, 1984-2005
Coordinator of Family Practice Emergency Medicine Rotation, 1991-1995
Chesterfield Family Practice Physician – 1995 to present
U.S. Army Reserves: 2002-present.


Professional interest:
Inner-city teen pregnancy and out of wedlock birth rate


Personal:
Enjoys kayaking, skiing, camping and inner-city ministries. Married to Doris, has four children.

 

Richard Hoffman, M.D.

Residency Program Director – 2005 to present



Undergraduate Education:
Emory & Henry College, 1978


Medical Education:
Medical College of Virginia, 1982


Internship/Residency:
Silas B. Hays Hospital Family Practice Residency Fort Ord, California, 1985

Clinical Appointment:
Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Diplomate
American Board of Family Physicians Chief, Family Practice Service, Heidelberg, Germany, 1988 to 1990


Practical Experience:
U.S. Army Medical Corps, July 1982 to June, 1990
Chesterfield Family Practice Center Physician 1990 to present


Professional Interests:
Rheumatoid arthritis, office psychiatry and diabetes.


Personal:
I enjoy hiking, reading and have 3 children.

 

Rishika Kaundal, M.D.

 

Undergraduate Education:
University of Virginia


Medical Education:
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 2014


Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine-Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Small Group Leader for Practice of Clinical Medicine course, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine


Professional Interests: Women’s health and nutrition counseling. I also enjoy engaging in community and international outreach projects that provide care for underserved populations.


Personal:
I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and watching football (Go Giants!)

 

Truc Lieng, M.D.

 

Undergraduate Education:
Virginia Commonwealth University, 2004


Medical Education:
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2008


Internship/Residency:
Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 2011


Clinical Appointment:
Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine-Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine


Practical Experience:
Chesterfield Family Practice Physician since 2011


Professional Interests:
Pediatrics in the family medicine setting


Personal:
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I love landscape painting, reading classic novels, crocheting, and traveling.

 

Ellen K. Mitchell, M.D.  Hospitalist

 

Undergraduate Education:
Southern Methodist University, 1979 summa cum laude


Medical Education:
Southwestern Medical School, 1983 AOA


Internship/Residency:
Baylor University Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1986


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


Practical Experience:
Emergency Medicine, 1983-1995


Personal:
Enjoys gardening, working with Girl Scouts. Married to Patrick, has four children.