John Tabacco, MD
- 2019, 2020, 2021: Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctor
- 2017, 2018, 2019: Northern Virginia Magazine “Top Doc”
- 2014-2020: Team Physician, Washington Football Team
- 2013 Recipient Jack Mulholland Award for Resident Performance
- Adjunct Professor of Medicine, George Washington School of Medicine
As a third-generation Medical Doctor, I grew up watching my grandfathers, uncles, and father care for patients at their family home for the communities they loved. I strive for this ideal of being available and offering care to the community I grew up in. Having conducted my medical training in the Navy medical education system as well as the University of Maryland/Union Memorial Hospital, I enjoy the internist role as a center of community health, fielding daily minor concerns as well as more pressing medical issues that occasionally involve a higher level of hospital care.
In order to care for all of my patients’ medical and physical concerns, I spent a year of fellowship training in the Navy medical education system at a highly esteemed position at Naval Hospital Pensacola/Andrews Institute to be able help patients with muscle and joint pains as they age, as well as to enhance nutritional goals. While working at Naval Hospital Pensacola I developed a passion for caring for service men and women and continue this through education of military first responders through my professorship at the George Washington School of Medicine. My goal is to keep all patients healthy and active through exercise and nutrition as they age. I continue to serve as an adjunct professor at GW University School of Medicine and Medical Director for the GW University Athletic Department. I have been honored by my peers as a Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctor over the past three years.