Emarie Hill, PA-C

Emarie Hill, PA-C

Emarie first began her career in healthcare at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where she graduated with honors earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology.  She then went on to complete her Master of Medical Science, Physician Assistant program at Eastern Virginia Medical School, graduating in 2008.

Prior to joining GANV, Emarie worked in hematology/oncology as a Physician Assistant at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Bethesda, Maryland. While there, she broadened her experience in research, assisting with a number of studies for a large research department with as many as 50 trials running at any given time. She also advanced her clinical and evaluation skills caring for patients with various types of cancer, including colon, prostate and myeloma.

After two years, Emarie decided to pursue her long-time interest in gastroenterology and became a valued member of our GANV staff. She practices at Inova Fairfax and Fair Oaks Hospitals, as well as the GANV Fair Oaks, Williams Drive, and Chantilly offices.

Education: 
BS, Old Dominion University
MMS, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Professional Distinctions: 
Four-year Monarch Pride scholarship to Old Dominion University
Memberships: 
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants