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Richmond, Virginia 23235
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Our Doctors

Our doctors have a wealth of experience, which is why they also provide real-world training to residents.
Our Doctors

James C. Anderson, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Virginia, 1974
Medical Education: University of Virginia, 1978
Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 1981
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Practical Experience: Emergency Medicine, House Doctor, 1981-1995 Coordinator of Family Practice Emergency Medicine Rotation, 1991-1995
Personal: Enjoys kayaking, skiing, camping and inner-city ministries. Married to Doris, has four children.

Walter Foliaco, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Virginia, 1989 BA in Biology
Medical Education: Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University
Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 1997. Private practice, 1997-2005
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Personal: Married to Gina 12 years with 3 daughters. Enjoys playing tennis, violin and reading any type of literature.

John Goreczny, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Richmond, 2004
Medical Education: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2008
Internship/Residency: Chief Resident, Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 2011
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Personal: I enjoy fishing, cooking, camping, playing racquetball and being outside. My wife, Kristen, and I are proud parents of a 2 year old golden retriever named Wilson.  Every day is a new challenge, whether it is in the clinic, hospital, nursing home or elsewhere.  No one day is the same!

Richard H. Hoffman, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Emory & Henry College, 1978
Medical Education: Medical College of Virginia, 1982
Internship/Residency: Silas B. Hays Hospital Family Practice Residency Fort Ord California, 1985
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Diplomate, American Board of Family Physicians

Chief, Family Practice Service, Heidelberg, Germany, July, 1988 to July, 1990
Practical Experience: U.S. Army Medical Corps, July 1982 to June, 1990. CFPC since 1990
Personal: An accomplished singer, he also enjoys hiking and reading. Married to Marie; has three children.

Rishika Kaundal, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: University of Virginia
Medical Education: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency Program, 2014
Clinical Appointment: Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine-Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Small Group Leader for Practice of Clinical Medicine course, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Personal: I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and watching football (Go Giants!).

Truc Lieng, M.D.

Undergraduate Education: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2004 Medical Education: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2008
Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 2011
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine-Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Practical Experience: Chesterfield Family Practice Physician since 2011
Personal: I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I love landscape painting, reading classic novels, crocheting, and traveling.

Ellen K. Mitchell, M.D.

Undergraduate Education:Southern Methodist University, 1979 summa cum laude
Medical Education: Southwestern Medical School, 1983 AOA
Internship/Residency: Baylor University Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1986
Fellowship: Rheumatology, Baylor Arthritic Center, 1987
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Practical Experience: Emergency Medicine, 1983-1995
Personal: Enjoys gardening, working with Girl Scouts. Married to Patrick, has four children.

Patrick W. Mitchell, M.D.

Undergraduate Education:Southern Methodist University, 1979 MBA, 1980
Medical Education: University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School, 1988
Internship/Residency: Chesterfield Family Medicine Residency, 1991
Clinical Appointment: Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Practical Experience: CFPC since 1991
Personal:Enjoys reading, woodworking, winter sports and golf. Married to Ellen; has four children.