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Eileen West, MD, FACP, NCMP, CCD

Eileen West, MD, FACP, NCMP, CCD

Eileen West, MD, FACP, NCMP, CCD

Board certified in internal medicine

About Dr. West

Dr. West is recognized as one of the top doctors in her field. She understands and cares for the often-complex healthcare needs women face. She follows clinical guidelines endorsed by national primary care and women’s health organizations, and is board certified in internal medicine with advanced training as a women’s care consultant. Her medical training and advanced certifications work to advance your health, and include:

  • Nationally Certified Menopause Provider (certified by the North American Menopause Society)
  • Certified Clinical Densitometrist
  • Practicing female women’s primary care doctor with more than 20 years of experience.

Qualifications

Dr. Eileen West is board certified as an internal medicine physician and is among the few trained women’s health consultants in the D.C area. She was the director of the Inova Women’s Comprehensive Health Center before setting out to deliver her own brand of personalized care for women. Dr. West was director of internal medicine women’s health at the University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City from 2002-2015. She has held faculty appointments at Tulane University, the University of Oklahoma, and most recently at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Dr. West is a fellow of the American College of Physicians. She serves on the Council of the ACP Virginia Chapter and on the planning committee for their annual meeting. She is a member of the Society of General Internal Medicine and the North American Menopause Society. She is among the physicians voted “Most Compassionate Physician” and a US News and World Report/Castle Connelly Regional Top Doctor since 2008, both in Oklahoma and Northern Virginia. She has been listed as a Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctor since 2018, as well as being recognized by Arlington Magazine and Northern Virginia Magazine.

Scope of Practice

In addition to regular internal medicine practice issues such as diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, sinus problems, asthma, and performing annual physicals, Dr. West is an internal medicine physician, with specialties in cardiovascular disease prevention in women, osteoporosis diagnosis and treatment, menopause management, routine gynecologic exams and breast cancer risk assessment. She is also a certified clinical densitometrist who has interpreted thousands of bone density tests.

Dr. West chose to become a concierge medicine doctor with an internal medicine practice because she loves solving her patients’ medical problems. Her goal is to establish long-term relationships, help keep patients healthy, and see them through illness when it occurs. She believes in the benefits of concierge patient care practice and her affiliation with Ms. Medicine gives her the opportunity to provide the best possible personalized care for her patients.

Education

Following graduation from Yale University with Bachelor of Arts, Dr. West obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 1998. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Tulane University and a preceptorship in office gynecology at the Louisiana State University in New Orleans.

Experience

Dr. West is a dedicated clinician educator. She has taught residents and medical students throughout her career, serving as an associate program director of the University of Oklahoma Internal Medicine Residency Program, a clinical preceptor for students and numerous graduating residents at Tulane, OU and Inova/VCU, and on the Resident Clinical Competency Committees for both the University of Oklahoma and Inova Fairfax Hospital. Throughout her career, she has sought to provide excellent care to women and men and has a special passion for coordinating the health needs of women.

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Hobbies

When not in the office, Dr. West loves to spend time with family and friends. Her husband, Abbas Shobeiri, MD, MBA, FACOG, is a urogynecologist, and together they have three daughters. Eileen loves choral singing and has been fortunate to share a stage with some of the world’s top conductors such as Boston Symphony’s Seiji Ozawa and performers such as Renee Fleming. She also loves to hike and visit national parks.

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The scenario plays out like this… you’re sitting at home watching reruns of Friends when your vision blurs. Minutes later your head feels like it's set in a vice, and someone is cranking the lever. With your head throbbing, the nausea kicks in. After making a bathroom stop (goodbye lunch), you climb into bed and pull the covers over your face, lying still in the dark. Can you relate? This is called migraine, and sadly this illness is all too common. ● Approximately 39 million people in the US and 1 billion people worldwide have migraines ● Most people with migraine have 1 to 2 attacks per month which can extend from 4 hours to 3 days ● 36 billion is spent each year on healthcare and loss of productivity due to migraines Add onto those staggering stats this surprise—WOMEN are at greatest risk. Studies show that 8 out of 10 people with migraine are females. While research isn’t fully conclusive as to why, the data points to women’s hormone levels changing. ➡️ If you are battling migraines, please know that you do not need to suffer alone. At Eileen West, MD, and Associates, we are here to help you find the right treatment to prevent migraines and make them less painful. You have a life to lead. We’re here to help you on that journey and provide exceptional care. ⭐️ June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. Share your migraine questions below… We’d love to help. #youdeservebetter #msmedicine #fairfaxphysician #conciergemedicine #lifestylemedicine #doctorsofinstagram #femalephysician #womenshealth #fairfaxdoctor #fairfax #fairfaxva #fxva #dc #washington #loveVA #fairfaxcounty #virginia #northernvirginia #nova #dcarea #dmv #va #nham

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IT’S SELF-CARE SUNDAY. We’re back this week to focus on the importance of self-care and giving you tips on how to practically care for the physical, mental, emotional, & social parts of you. Today’s self-care tip is simple but necessary: Find Ways To Relax Our American society prides itself on doing, doing, doing. Here’s the truth - busy doesn’t equal beneficial. We need a balance of work, play, and rest. Your mind, body, and emotions need periods of relaxation in order to refuel. Here are 10 Ways You Can Relax: ● Meditate ● Do Yoga ● Get a massage ● Take a nature walk or hike ● Journal ● Swim ● Listen to calming music ● Sit in the sun ● Color ● Read a book Self-care isn’t selfish, it is essential. Your brain and body need downtime. Do yourself a favor & RELAX. ➡️ What is your favorite way to relax? Tell us in the comments. #youdeservebetter #msmedicine #fairfaxphysician #conciergemedicine #lifestylemedicine #doctorsofinstagram #femalephysician #womenshealth #fairfax

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More than 80% of women experience hot flashes during menopause. Hot flashes can occur during the day or night and have a range of severity. If you fall into the category of moderate to severe, here are 6 tips to help you find relief: 1. Keep the temperature in your home cool. 2. Reduce stress with yoga, tai chi, meditation, biofeedback, acupuncture & massage. 3. Eliminate hot drinks, hot foods, alcohol, caffeine, and cigarette smoking 4. Wear light, breathable clothing during the day and to bed. 5. Sleep with cooling products, including sprays, gels, and a cool-fabric pillow. Use layered bedding that can be easily removed during the night. Cool down with a bedside fan. 6. When a hot flash is starting, try “paced respiration”—slow, deep, abdominal breathing, in through your nose and out through your mouth. Breathe only 5 to 7 times per minute, much more slowly than usual. ➡️ There are some prescription treatments to help with menopausal symptoms. Talk with your primary care doctor to discuss the best path for you. If you currently are seeking a provider, we are here to advocate for your total wellbeing and provide knowledgeable and personal care. Please reach out to schedule an appointment and learn more about how we can help! References: The North American Menopause Society (mnflashes.pdf), Stat from National Library of Medicine #youdeservebetter #msmedicine #fairfaxphysician #conciergemedicine #lifestylemedicine #doctorsofinstagram #femalephysician #womenshealth #fairfaxdoctor #fairfax #fairfaxva #fxva #dc #washington #loveVA #fairfaxcounty #virginia #northernvirginia #nova #dcarea #dmv #va #menopause

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