Anne Rose N. Eapen, MD
- Yale University
- Cornell University Medical College
Dr. Eapen is a board-certified internist practicing in the Northern Virginia area since 1990. She is particularly interested in cardiovascular medicine, diabetes care, women’s health issues, and noninvasive laser-based aesthetic medicine.
Dr. Eapen has been awarded 3-year recognitions by the American Diabetes Association/National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Diabetes recognition program and by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association/NCQA Heart-Stroke Prevention program. She has been a Washingtonian magazine “Top Doctors” since 2005 as well as recognized as a “Top Doctor” in the Northern Virginia and Consumers’ Checkbook magazines.
Dr. Eapen is actively involved in patient and physician advocacy and has been a board member of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia (www.msnva.org) and a member of the Governor’s Council of the Virginia Chapter of the American College of Physicians (www.acponline.org). She has been dedicated to long-term service and commitment to caring for low-income, uninsured patients in her community. She had been a long-time volunteer at the former Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic (now Healthworks of Northern Virginia) providing free health care to the uninsured poor in the Northern Virginia area and was instrumental in starting its adult clinic. She also managed Project Access of Northern Virginia, a nonprofit organization that helps provide specialty health care to the lower income, uninsured. Her dedication to this cause has been recognized and she has received the Medical Society of Northern Virginia Foundation’s Volunteer Service Award and the Molina Healthcare of Virginia’s Community Champions Award in 2014 and the Medical Society of Virginia’s “Service to the Uninsured and Underserved” Salute to Service Award in 2015.
Lastly, as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Virginia and Virginia Commonwealth University medical schools, Dr. Eapen actively participates in medical education and feels that it is an important service and obligation for the betterment of the profession of medicine. She is very grateful to all of our patients who have over the years assisted us in this effort. It is only through our patients’ willingness and enthusiasm to participate in the mentoring and education of medical and other students that we have been identified as a “Center for Excellence” in teaching and led to Dr. Eapen receiving multiple teaching rewards over the years.