Carlita Felder began her career in the billing department at Children’s National Hospital. Eight years later, Felder moved into a role at The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates. While spending her entire career in health care wasn’t necessarily her plan, Felder feels at home…
Dermatological experts from the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates provide preventive tips and facts about hidradenitis suppurative scars.
Through her career at within the George Washington University medical enterprise, Marsha Cunningham has found that the key to successfully working with colleagues and with patients is kindness and patience.
More than 50 of our physicians at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates were recognized as 2020 Top Doctors in the D.C. metropolitan region by Washingtonian Magazine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive and disorienting in ways that most people have never experienced in their lives. The lifestyle changes, uncertainty, and isolation of this moment are tremendously stressful, even if one is not physically dealing with illness.
On March 10, Francis Wilson was going about his day when he first noticed a slight cough. "It's just allergies," he thought. He was too young and healthy to be seriously impacted by COVID-19, he thought.
The approach of the holidays also means a homecoming for many students who have been away at college, and amid the COVID-19 pandemic making sure they can return safely is of utmost importance.
Over the course of more than 26 years at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, Jack Saraza has worked in several roles and has grown to become a jack-of-all-trades.
The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates has tapped Maureen Bowers, MBA, BSN, RN, NE-BC, to serve as the senior director of clinical operations within the Division of Hematology and Oncology and its infusion services. She will also serve as an important partner to the GW…
This past February marked the 13th year at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates for Nykiah Betts, who serves as the clerkship coordinator for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, interfacing with students during their six-week rotations in the department.