Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Ashraf is an American Board of Internal Medicine certified physician with nearly two decades of clinical experience in both primary-care and hospital-based medicine.
He has an extensive background in medical leadership, healthcare quality and utilization improvement measures, student and resident education and is published in academic journals. Throughout his medical career and education, he has had several achievements and has been part of medical organizations that represent the highest levels of scientific integrity, including: Fellow, Society of Hospital Medicine; Member of the American College of Physicians and WV-ACP Conference Case Presentation First Place Award Recipient; “Alumni Scholar” Award and Scholarship, University of Connecticut; “Day of Pride” Honoree, University of Connecticut.
GLENDA WILSON THOMAS
DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Dr. Thomas is a Family Nurse Practitioner, certified in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC.
Her emphasis is on primary care and disease prevention for a highly diverse patient population. Dr. Thomas was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, and moved to the U.S. after high school, and started her nursing career in Florida. In 2016, Dr. Thomas earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from George Mason University. She believes the best healthcare delivery model includes a strong connection with each patient, active collaboration of care, and employing all healthcare providers to their full scope of practice.