About Dr. James Long

Dr. James Long is a board certified Internist who has been practicing in Northern Virginia for 17 years. He is also board certified in Obesity Medicine. He completed his residency at Georgetown University Medical Center in Internal Medicine in 2000. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has been awarded as a Top Doctor in the Washingtonian, Northern Virginia Magazine, Paychecks, and Castle Connelly listings. He has been on the clinical faculty of the George Washington University School of Medicine and is currently on the clinical faculty of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. He has served on the Utilization Management and Quality Assurance Committees for the NorthEast Region of Tricare for the past decade.

Dr. Long has had advanced training in bio-identical hormone implantation, age management medicine, and has been trained in advanced techniques in aesthetic medicine. Prior to moving to his current location, he was an owner and former partner in a large 125 employee practice in Fairfax County. He was part owner of Comprehensive Physician Resources billing company and Eternal Med Spa in Lorton, Virginia. He has been the medical director for Bliss Med Spa, the principal injector at Serenity Day Spa in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, and is currently the owner and medical director of Vitalia Medspa in Falls Church, Virginia.

Dr. Long values the doctor-patient relationship and understands that superior health can only be obtained through a collaborative effort between the doctor and patient. He feels that a patient is best served when the patient is best informed and this cannot happen in the current, traditional medicine model. His true love is improving patient health through patient education and motivation to make positive changes to effect positive health outcomes. He understands that fragmented care is the cause of some of the worst outcomes in the current system and believes that as an Internist, he should be the hub of health care for the patient, participating in all aspects of patient care.