A Family Physician is trained during a three year specialty program to care for over 90 percent of medical problems. This training includes pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, cardiology, hospital critical care, dermatology, emergency medicine and all the other major fields of clinical medicine. A Family Physician is prepared to practice medicine in major hospitals, outpatient clinics, rural locations and in remote regions of the world. As a Family Physician, it is my responsibility to integrate the most recent advances in medicine and technology into my daily practice of caring for you and your family. This requires persistence in reading and applying the current medical literature as well as integrating it into daily care. This constant practice of medicine makes me, as your Family Practioner, uniquely able to understand the true impact of new technologies, drugs and to have insight into which will prove successful, potentially harmful or become a passing medical fad.
Dr. Aaron Hartman, MD is a family medicine doctor who practices in Midlothian, VA. He is 43 years old and has been practicing for 17 years. Dr. Hartman is affiliated with Bon Secours - St. Francis Medical Center.