Grayce E. Hamlin-Enriquez, FNP

Grayce Hamlin-Enriquez, FNP

Grayce Hamlin-Enriquez, FNP

Grayce E. Hamlin-Enriquez, FNP

Nurse Practitioner
Clinical Interests
General Medicine, Physicals, Preventative Disease Care, Primary Care, Senior Medicine

8988 Lorton Station Blvd
Lorton, VA 22079-4758


About Grayce E. Hamlin-Enriquez, FNP

Grayce Hamlin-Enriquez is a family nurse practitioner at Inova Health System. She joined Inova in 2023, has been practicing as a registered nurse since 2014 and completed a Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner Program in 2023 at George Mason University.

Prior to joining Inova, Grayce worked as a registered nurse at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC and at Joann Pfundstein, MD, LLC in Fairfax, VA. Grayce’s clinical areas of interest include preventative medicine, gerontology, aging and women’s health.

Grayce enjoys working with older adults, women and adolescents. Growing up in a family where her mother was a nurse, has taught her that the connection is a part of the healing process in patient care. She especially appreciates patient-centered care and working as a team with the patient and their family to reach health goals. Grayce’s patient care goals are to enhance personal growth and development with a collaborative work approach towards maintenance or improvement with quality of life.

Outside the office, Grayce enjoys bike riding along trails, playing volleyball, baking, playing piano and reading novels.


  • Virginia Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Scholar Program
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Phi Gamma Chapter), Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement
  • ANCC Gerontology Nurse Certified
  • City of Alexandria, Virginia Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer
Hospital Affiliations
Inova Ambulatory

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