Foster R. Montalbano, MD

Foster Montalbano, MD

Foster Montalbano, MD

Foster R. Montalbano, MD

Internal Medicine
Years of Experience
Clinical Interests
Executive Physicals, General Medicine, Preventative Disease Care, Primary Care

8081 Innovation Park Dr
Fairfax, VA 22031


About Foster R. Montalbano, MD

Dr. Foster Montalbano has been practicing internal medicine in the Northern Virginia area since 1985 at Inova hospitals and facilities. He also was one of the first physicians in this area to start a concierge medicine practice in 2006.

Because of his strong belief in offering enhanced access to his patients and evidence based answers to medical questions, continuity of care across the healthcare spectrum and shared medical decisionmaking, Dr. Montalbano has extremely high patient satisfaction rates. In fact, he has been voted among the highest-rated primary care physicians by the Washington Consumers Checkbook and one of the Top Doctors by the Washingtonian magazine.

Dr. Montalbano has served as Inova Mount Vernon Hospital’s medical staff president and as an associate clinical professor for George Washington University.

He received his medical degree at the American University of the Caribbean and completed his internal medicine residency at Providence Hospital in Washington, DC. He is board certified in internal medicine.

Dr. Montalbano is an active racquetball player, skier, cyclist and hiker. He has completed three Marine Corps Marathons and is married with two daughters. His most famous relative was Friar Gregor Mendel, the pioneer of present day genetics.

Medical School
American University of the Caribbean
Hospital Affiliations

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