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Dr. Brian S. Neely believes that the establishment of a strong doctor/patient relationship is essential to an individual’s overall well being. This commitment to personalized patient care is the core of his medical philosophy. A native of Virginia Beach, Dr. Neely received his undergraduate degree with distinction from the University of Virginia in 1994. He then earned his Doctor of Medicine in 1999 from the VCU School of Medicine where he was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha, the Medical Honor Society. He completed his residency at Chesterfield Family Practice in 2002. He then founded Virginia Family Physicians P.C. with his fellow residents, where he feels fortunate to practice each day. His wife, Kendall, is a dancer and is the Chair of the Theatre and Dance program at St. Catherine’s School. Together, they raise two bouncing boys, Scott and Bryce and their beautiful daughter, Kathryn. Dr. Neely enjoys family time, going to the beach, playing golf and supporting UVA Athletics.

 

 

Education
  • Chesterfield Family Practice, Richmond, Virginia
    July 2000 – June 2002; Family Practice Residency
  • Chippenham Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia
    July 1999 – June 2000; Family Practice Internship
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
    August 1995 – May 1999; Doctor of Medicine, May 1999
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville Virginia
    August 1990 – May 1994; Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, 1994; Biology

Medical School Honors/Achievments

  • Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical College of Virginia - Medical Honors Society

  • Family Practice Award, Honors Day, May 1999

  • Clinical Oncology Fellowship Summer 1997, Massey Cancer Center, MCV

  • AMA Education and Research Scholarship 1996 – 1998

  • Susan Mellette Scholarship Award (oncology interest) 1997 – 1999

  • Aesculapian Scholarship Award 1997 – 1999

  • Norfolk Foundation Scholarship 1996 – 1999

  • A.H. Robins Scholarship 1998 – 1999

  • Delegate, AMSA national meeting, March 20 – 23, 1997

Undergraduate Honors/Achievments

  • Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical Honor Society, University of Virginia
  • Golden Key Honor Society, University of Virginia
  • Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, University of Virginia
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon Scholarship, University of Virginia
  • Charles M. Roberts Scholarship, University of Virginia
  • Participant Field Biology of San Salvador Project, University of Virginia
Work Experience
  • Virginia Family Physicians, PC
    Attending Physician, July 2002 to Present
  • Johnston Willis Medical Center, Midlothian, Virginia
    House Officer, July 2000 to October 2002
  • Jones Institute of Reproductive Medicine, EVMS, Richmond, Virginia
    Research Assistant, May 1994 – July 1995
Teaching Experience
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine Foundations of Clinical Medicine to first and second year medical students.

  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
    Organic Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant, May 1992 – August 1994

Publications

  • The effect of co-culture on the post fertilization development of in vitro-matured monkey oocytes. Lanzendorf S, Gordon K, Mahoney M, Boyd C, Neely B, Hodgen G. Sterility and Fertility 65(2), 420 – 425.
  • Effect of sperm viability on fertilization and cleavage following intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Poe-Zeigler R, Boyd C, Necheri F, Neely B, Hammacher P, Lanzendorf S. 51st Meeting, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, S-110.
Research Experience
  • AD Williams Summer Fellow, Hem / Onc, MCV, June 1996 – September 1997
    Presentation: Neely B, Grant S. Agents that down regulate or inhibit protein kinase C circumvent resistance to ara-C induced apoptosis in human leukemia cells over expressing BCL-2
    Kinloch Nelson Student Honors Day, MCV, May 7, 1997.
Licensure
  • USMLE Step 1, June 1997
  • USMLE Step 2, August 1998
  • USMLE Step 3, November 2000
  • State of Virginia, Issued in September, 2000
  • Board Certified in Family Practice by AAFP July 1999 to December 2016
Memberships
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Medical Society of Virginia
Personal
  • Married to Kendall Baltimore-Neely. She is the Director of the Lower School Dance Program at St. Catherine’s School, Richmond, Virginia. Two sons, Scott and Bryce.