Piedmont Internal Medicine is a general medical practice, which provides general primary care to teens, adults, and seniors in the north-central Piedmont region of Virginia. Located in modern and convenient facilities in the growing, historic town of Warrenton, Virginia, Piedmont Internal Medicine offers a choice of five general internists – all board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and two nurse practitioners. Patients receive both proactive preventive care and cutting-edge illness care, in accordance with accepted health care standards, and per national and state guidelines and recommendations.
As the medical director of the Employee Health Program at Fauquier Health, Dr. Maoury knows firsthand that healthy employees are more productive on the job. But more importantly, Dr. Maoury knows that health management programs help employees make healthier lifestyle choices, and those choices result in reduced health risks. Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. Maoury has found that a similar type of approach works best for his patients. By providing access to understandable health information, encouraging participation, providing choices, and respecting those choices, Dr. Maoury is able to help his patients help themselves.
After earning his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Virginia in 1993, Dr. Maoury completed the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Internal Medicine Internship and Residency Program.
Dr. Maoury has conducted research on parapneumonic effusions and empyema, HIV infection and AIDS, and invasive group A streptococcal infections. He presented his findings to the McClellan Veterans Administration Hospital and the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Maoury joined Fauquier Health as a private practice physician with Piedmont Internal Medicine in 1996. Prior to that, he was an emergency room physician for two hospitals in Arkansas, a student researcher at the University of Virginia, and a phlebotomist at Prince William Health System.
Dr. Maoury is married and has three children.
Dr. David believes in the concept of health care that places a high priority on quality, compassion, dignity, and comfort. This concept aligns perfectly with our mission, and through his efforts as a former Board of Trustee member, Dr. David’s insights have helped to shape the policies and long-range goals of our health system. Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. David supports the Planetree philosophy of patient care belief that health care should be delivered in a manner that works best for the patients.
After earning his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Maryland in 1989, Dr. David completed the Medical College of Virginia Internal Medicine Internship and Residency Program.
Dr. David is certified in electrocardiography (ECG) by the American College of Cardiology. He is also a member of the Fauquier County Medical Society and the Medical Society of Virginia. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the Academy of Integrated Health and Medicine.
Dr. David has been with Piedmont Internal Medicine since 1999 and was the medical director for Hospice Support of Fauquier County from 1994 to 2004. Leadership positions that Dr. David has held at Fauquier Health include president of the Medical Staff, chairman of the Department of Medicine and Patient Care Monitoring Committee, an at-large medical staff member of the Executive Committee, member of the Fauquier Hospital Board of Trustees and Fauquier Health QUality and Saftey Committee.
Dr. David is married and has three children. He volunteers at the Fauquier Free Clinic and had been on at least one mission trip per year from 2003 through 2014.
When it comes to women’s health issues, Dr. Lee is an expert. Prior to joining the Fauquier Health team, she practiced at Mercy Medical Center—a health system in Baltimore known nationally for providing state-of-the-art women’s health services. Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. Lee is also an expert in the art of healing. For her, a kind and gentle approach works best when trying to earn a patient’s confidence and trust.
After earning her Doctor of Medicine degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School in 1994, Dr. Lee completed the University of Maryland Hospital Medical Center Internal Medicine Internship and Residency Program.
Among her many honors, Dr. Lee has been featured as a “Top Doctor” in Washingtonian Magazine. She is also a member of the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Lee conducted several research studies related to schizophrenia for the Neurology/ Psychiatry Department at the Medical College of Virginia. The results were published by the American Association of Psychiatry. Dr. Lee also presented a study about breast cancer in premenopausal women during Senior Grand Rounds at the University of Maryland.
Dr. Lee joined Fauquier Health as a physician with Piedmont Internal Medicine in 2002. Prior to that, she was a clinical assistant professor of Medicine at University of Maryland Medical System; the medical director for Mercy Family Care; the ambulatory care education director for University of Maryland Medical System; genetic research assistant at the Medical College of Virginia.
Dr. Lee is married, has four children.
Dr. Nagle strives to deliver personalized medicine and to identify and treat root causes of health issues. He believes first and foremost that preventive medicine is the best medicine. He employs an integrative approach to healing and draws from a breadth of professional practice experiences.
After earning his medical degree from the University of Maryland in 2003, Dr. Nagle completed an internship in a Tufts New England Medical Center Internal Medicine program followed by training in Nuclear Medicine with Johns Hopkins Hospital and later in Aerospace Medicine with NASA. He holds advanced graduate degrees in Radiation Health and Aerospace Medicine.
Dr. Nagle is board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine with subspecialty certification in Aerospace Medicine. He also holds certificates from the United States Air Force in Critical Care Air Transport and Aeromedical Evacuation and from the American College of Surgery in Advanced Trauma Life Support.
Dr. Nagle began working in the health field first prior to medical school as a senior radiation health physicist for Georgetown University Medical Center from 1998 to 1999. He has practiced medicine in a variety of settings—including government, military, academic, community health center, and private practice—and served as a contract flight surgeon for the United States Air Force and emergency response flight surgeon for NASA Space Shuttle Discovery Launch STS-133. Prior to joining Piedmont Internal Medicine, he practiced primary care medicine and aviation medicine as a solo practitioner and FAA aviation medical examiner in a startup private practice.
Dr. Nagle has researched, published, and presented extensively in general medicine, aerospace medicine, and radiation health fields. He has served as a member of the Aerospace Medical Association Scientific Review Committee since 2009 and is President-Elect for the Flying Physicians Association Mid-Atlantic Region.
Dr. Nagle is an avid lifelong performing musician and commercial pilot (in parallel with a career in medicine), when he is not playing soccer dad to his teenage daughter.
Kelsey Cooper, FNP-C, believes in healing through lifestyle and dietary changes. Special interests include disease prevention, adolescent and women’s health, and living well with chronic disease.
FNP-C Kelsey Cooper graduated summa cum laude from the Family Nurse Practitioner program of James Madison University. She holds dual master’s degrees in Health Sciences and Nursing. She has a nursing background in cardiovascular and intensive care settings and completed her externship in Internal Medicine.
Certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Member of AANP and Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. Nurse Practitioner (NP) practice in Virginia is regulated by the Board of Nursing and the Board of Medicine. NPs engage in the practice of medicine in a variety of settings. NPs may prescribe medication when appropriate and often work in collaboration with physicians and other healthcare providers.
Erica Coleman is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner who received her undergraduate nursing degree from Marymount University and her masters in Family Nurse Practitioner from James Madison University. After years of service in the trauma intensive care unit at Fairfax Hospital, she went on to excel in home infusion therapy throughout Northern Virginia, worked alongside world-renowned dermatologists, and practiced psychosomatic medicine. She completed her externship in Internal Medicine. She is a strong advocate for empowering her patients, believing patients should play a critical and pivotal role in shaping their own health. Erica Coleman grew up in the Warrenton area and is excited to come back and serve the community that raised her.
Preventative Medicine, Adolescent and Women’s Health, Health Disparities and Health Determinants, Primary Care, and Acute Care.
Certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Member of American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Nurse Practitioner (NP) practice in Virginia is regulated by the Board of Nursing and the Board of Medicine. NPs engage in the practice of medicine in a variety of settings. NPs may prescribe medication when appropriate and often work in collaboration with physicians and other healthcare providers.
Erica Coleman is married, has one child, and three fur babies. She loves spending time with her family and enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and canoeing.
Your primary care physicians at Piedmont Internal Medicine provide, arrange, coordinate, and monitor a full range of health services for you, including:
Evaluation and management of headache, blurred vision, decreased hearing, ear pain, sore throat, sinus congestion, cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, palpitations, dizziness, vertigo, numbness, imbalance, fatigue, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, bleeding, urinary burning, frequency, rash, allergic reactions, loss of appetite, weight loss, anxiety, depression, memory loss, tremor, weakness, skin lesions, breast lumps, testicular nodules, hernias, back pain, abdominal pain, leg cramps, insomnia, shingles, and much more.
Evaluation and management of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, diabetes, heart disease, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, cancer, stroke, migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, hypothyroidism, obesity, emphysema, asthma, allergies, reflux, peptic ulcer disease, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety, psoriasis, prostate enlargement, menopause, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, chronic fatigue, and much more.
Annual wellness physicals, annual GYN exams, CDL physicals, FAA physicals, work physicals, school physicals, camp physicals, scout physicals, insurance physicals, and others. Student Physical Specials are $25 until further notice.
Piedmont Professional Center adjacent to the Holiday Inn Express in the Walker Business Park off Walker Drive in Warrenton, Virginia.
419 Holiday Court, Suite 100
Warrenton, VA 20186