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Katherine Moyer, DO

Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Board Certifications:
Board Certified in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine; Board Certified in Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Areas of Clinical Interest:
Respiratory viruses, appropriate use of antibiotics (antimicrobial stewardship), Clostridium difficile infections, osteoarticular infections, infection prevention

Undergraduate - Old Dominion University (2002)
Medical School - Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (2009)
Residency - Geisinger Medical Center (2013)
Fellowship - Nationwide Children's Hospital 

Awards & Recognition:

Geisinger Med-Peds Resident of the Year (2013)
Academic All-American (2002)
Top Doctors Recognition - Washingtonian 

Clinic Locations: Ashburn, Fairfax

Where did you grow up?
Virginia Beach, VA
Why did you become a doctor and why did you choose your specialty?
My interest in medicine started with sports medicine in high school and strengthened during college through my coursework and a mission trip to Nicaragua. Like many physicians, I went into medicine to help people and make a difference in their lives. During my training, I found infectious diseases to be a challenging and rewarding specialty. What I like best is that most of the children we see get better.

What do you most enjoy doing outside of your clinical practice, when you’re not working?
Spending time with family, watching Steelers football, and learning to play the ukulele.
Describe your proudest accomplishment as a provider and/or in your personal life:
Personal – being a part of two national championship teams while playing field hockey at Old Dominion University.
Professional – I feel most proud as a physician when I can effectively connect with families, teach them about their child’s illness and celebrate together as their child gets better.
If you weren’t a doctor, what profession would you most likely be doing and why?
I would likely be a teacher and field hockey coach because I enjoy working with children and making a difference in their lives.
Personal Sketch:

2- Children