Melissa Mauntel, MDFamily Medicine
“I focus on working with patients to find plans and therapies that are manageable with the goal of staying healthy and preventing development of diseases and their complications. Working on small changes at a time makes a big difference in overall health, so goal-oriented therapy is important for my work with patients.”
- Family Medicine
Areas of Expertise
- Nutrition and Diet
- Women’s Health
Ohio State University College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Molecular Genetics
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP)
Dr. Mauntel enjoys cooking and baking new recipes. She enjoys hiking through the Shenandoah mountains and running or biking through the city. I enjoy working with diverse communities by traveling to rural areas and different countries to learn more about global health.
Dr. Mauntel has completed Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts at The Ohio State University. She graduated medical school from the Ohio State University College of Medicine. She had additional specialization in Global Health. She has completed an Intern year of Family Medicine residency and is currently completing the final 2 years of residency with VCU Fairfax Family Practice Residency Program. Publications include research on molecular genetics studies in animal models. Currently focusing on diabetes and nutrition education as well as global and community health.