Thomas Walton Eppes, Jr., MD
Thomas Walton Eppes, Jr., MD, graduated from William and Mary in 1974. He graduated from University of Virginia Medical School in 1978 and joined a family practice in Forest, Virginia in 1981. He continues to work at this practice today, which has grown to a group of nine physicians with three urgent care centers, a diagnostic center and an increasing affiliation with Liberty University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was the founding physician of a local free clinic in the 1980s, in addition to serving as the team physician for the local high school. His practice also actively teaches medical students from three schools. He served as president of the Medical Society of Virginia in 2008-2009, and he also now serves as the Virginia State Director for the American Academy of Medical Ethics.
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