Leslie W. Rose III, MD, FACP

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

As an Internist, I work for my patient to advance my patient's interests.

My approach is to gain a thorough knowledge of my patient and my patient's health and use my training and experience to promote wellness in all respects. I act to restore and enhance my patient's physical and mental function to its maximum extent while paying careful attention to comfort and the patient's desires and circumstances, working together toward the best possible results.

Despite the trials and tribulations of modern healthcare, I will always be my patient's advocate and explore and explain all the medical options available in a partnership designed to help them meet their needs and reach their goals.

Physician Profile

Education

Undergraduate
The University of Richmond, Richmond College
Richmond, VA
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry and Mathematics 1975
Medical School
The Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA
Doctor of Medicine 1979
Internship
The East Virginia Graduate School of Medicine
Norfolk, VA
Internal Medicine 1979-1980
Residency
The East Virginia Graduate School of Medicine
Norfolk, VA
Internal Medicine 1980-1982
Postgraduate
The University of Richmond
Richmond, VA
Masters of Business Administration 1998

Licensure

Virginia - Medicine
Virginia - Pharmacy
US Drug Enforcement Agency

Professional Society Memberships

The American College of Physicians
The Medical Society of Virginia
The Richmond Academy of Medicine

Professional Affiliations and Appointments

Medical Director, Virginia Home for Boys and Girls 1985-present
Physician Quality Assurance Reviewer, The Virginia Health Quality Center 2000-present
Director, The Foundation at Williamsburg Place 2013-present
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, The Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University 2000-present
Sports Medicine and Team Internist, University of Richmond Spiders 1987-2012

Hospital Affiliations

Henrico Doctors Hospital
St. Mary's Hospital

Military Service

United States Navy, US Naval Reserves 1970-1976
Vietnam Service Medical, National Defense Service Medal
First in Class, United State Navy Fire Control Technician, Class A School 1971

Honors and Awards

Fellowship, The American College of Physicians 1996
The University of Richmond Outstanding Service Award 1991
United States Public Health Service Recognition Award 1988
Virginia Home for Boys Betty Hanks Memorial Volunteer Award 1987
American Cancer Society, Amelia Chapter, Outstanding Service Award 1983

Certifications

Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine

Patient Testimonials

  • Member: James Causey

    In the spring of 2013 I had open heart surgery for valve replacement. On each of the six day I was in intensive care, either Dr. R...