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Emily has been a nurse practitioner for 20 years, having worked in a variety of settings, including primary care, urgent care, nursing homes and hospitals. She became drawn to addiction medicine after a family friend unexpectedly died from an overdose. She learned about buprenorphine treatment and knew she had to be involved in treating people with addiction, not only for her calling as a healthcare professional, but also for the sake of her friend who never got the chance to be on treatment.

Emily Lee

Nurse Practitioner
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Rose LaGuardia is a life-long resident of Northern Virginia and studied for 6 years in Ohio. She studied in Ohio for 6 years and has been practicing in Virginia since 2010. Her practice philosophy includes personal empowerment and positivity. In the past, she has worked in internal medicine, women’s health, weight loss, and cardiac care.

Rose LaGuardia

Nurse Practitioner
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Dr. Bartlett was the original physician at Virginia Addiction Medicine in Centreville, VA. He has now returned to continue in his practice of Addiction Medicine, with the goal of helping as many people as possible who are struggling with addiction, especially the growing opioid addiction problem. Originally Board Certified in Family Medicine, Dr. Bartlett now has over 15 years experience in the field of Addiction Medicine. During this time he has also served as Medical Director for Addiction Medicine Services for Fairfax County.

Donald Bartlett

Doctor
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Dr. Safo had her residency training at University of Maryland Medical Center, Midtown Campus in Baltimore. With her keen passion in helping her patients, she pursued further training during her residency in addiction medicine to better equip herself in serving her patients. With her easy going personality, she is able to win the trust of patients while working closely without compromising the needed care they require.

Akua Safo

Doctor
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Dr. Su Fairchild has been practicing for 18 years, and has previously done primary care and hospital care before transitioning to the specialty of Integrative Medicine. She is trained in Dr Walsh’s Nutritional protocols, and can use nutritional supplements to help mood. She is also familiar with Chronic Lyme, mold biotoxicity, various thyroid disorders, and SNPs including MTHFR, COMT, and CBS; her preference is to treat the whole person, not just isolated conditions.

Su Fairchild

Doctor
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