April Barbour, MD, MPH, is an internist with The GW Medical Faculty Associates and an associate professor of medicine with The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She completed her undergraduate degree at University of Virginia and graduated from medical school at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. After completing her internal medicine residency at Emory University, she joined the Division of General Medicine at the Emory Clinic. During her stint at Emory, she received her Master's in Public Health from the Rollins School of Public Health. In 2003, she relocated to D.C. and joined the Medical Faculty Associates. In 2005, she became the Program Director for the Primary Care residency program, and has been very involved in medical-student and resident education ever since. Her approach to patient care is holistic and patient-centered.
Dr. Barbour is board-certified in internal medicine and is a US News & World Report "Top Doctor," and was determined to be in the top 10 percent in her region in internal medicine.
Dr. Barbour has several clinical and scholarly interests including preventative care, consultative medicine, patient safety, medical education, transitions in care, cancer survivorship care, and venous thromboembolism.