Fauquier Health Family Practice at Bealeton, Virginia, offers a wide range of medical care for patients of all ages. Our Family Practice physicians believe strongly in the prevention of disease and encourage their patients to have routine physicals, pap smears, blood work, mammograms and colonoscopies. Fauquier Health physicians also stress the importance of diet and exercise in maintaining good health and will assist you in developing a healthy lifestyle. The Fauquier Health Family Practice facility in Bealeton, Virginia, is equipped with a minor procedure surgical suite allowing our physicians to perform biopsies and minor surgeries. The Family Practice facility in Bealeton offers a flexible schedule and same day appointments for all providers.
Seokhan Kyle Song's approach to medicine insists he sees each patient - newborn, child, adult or senior citizen - as a unique person, not just a set of symptoms. It's a whole body approach; treatment, he says, "is based upon an understanding of the basic principles of body unity, self-regulation and the interrelationship of structure and function." Dr. Song is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, as well as the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. This dual certification means that he has all the diagnostic and therapeutic knowledge of an MD, and can also perform therapeutic osteopathic manipulations to help bring a patient's body back to health.
Dr. Song received his medical degree from the Edward College of Osteopathic Medicine Virginia Campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. Prior to attending medical school, he completed a Master of Science degree in physiology at Virginia Commonwealth University and received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dr. Song completed a family practice residency with the Shenandoah Family Practice Residency program.
Dr. Song has served with the U.S. Virginia Army National Guard since 2001. In 2004, he served in Afghanistan providing medical support as a combat medic for over 500 soldiers in a combat zone.
Dr. Song enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.
Dr. Ahmed Fida chose to specialize in Family Medicine because it allows him to see his patients as complete individuals - not only a heart or a liver or a kidney. Family practice requires a physician to be an expert in all of these, and how they all interconnect with the whole person. Dr. Fida realizes every one of his patients wants to stay healthy so that they may work, take care of their families and enjoy life. In keeping with this holistic approach, Dr. Fida has a history of volunteering to help those who need a helping hand. He has assisted with earthquake cleanup efforts, helped to establish a free rural health clinic and has volunteered with a reading program for children.
After earning his medical degree from Frontier Medical College in 2005, Dr. Fida completed his residency at the University of Oklahoma Family Practice Residency program. Dr. Fida is board certified in family medicine.
Dr. Fida is certified in basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support and the neonatal resuscitation program. He is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi.
During his residency program, Dr. Fida conducted research on how long antibiotics should be continued in adult males with acute prostatitis as well as research on the best diagnostic test for restless leg syndrome. His publication was approved for the Oklahoma State Medical Association.
Dr. Fida joined Fauquier Health as a private practice physician with Fauquier Health Family Practice at Bealeton in August 2013, after completing his residency program.
Dr. Fida enjoys spending time with his family traveling and has a special interest in music and playing cricket.
After six years of caring for critically sick babies as a NICU nurse, NP Allison Wescott returned to school to earn her family nurse practitioner degree. It seemed like a natural fit, she says. “After providing nursing care for babies – and their moms – I saw that taking care of families was something I wanted to do. I enjoy developing long-term relationships with my patients, caring for the whole family over the years – from kids to grandparents.”
NP Allison has a particular interest in women’s health, specifically preventative care – pap smears and breast exams, for instance. “I think it’s beneficial when someone can see one provider for multiple issues. I want to be someone women feel they can talk to about any aspect of their health.”
Nurse practitioners are able to function much like physicians. They can perform physical exams, order procedures, diagnose symptoms and prescribe medication.
A wife and mother of two toddlers, NP Allison wants to get to know the residents of southern Fauquier. “I’ll be getting out in the community. It’s one way I can give back.”
Our doctors and nurses are available to serve all of your health care needs, from regular check-ups to specialist consultations. Services include but are not limited to:
6200 Station Dr.
Bealeton, VA 22712