Dr. Vallone was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and although he has been a Washingtonian since 1986, he can't entirely deny his roots. But if you ask him, he'll deny having a Brooklyn accent. He proudly attended Regis High School in New York City. Regis is a Jesuit school with close ties to Georgetown, and all applicants must compete to be granted a full four-year scholarship to Regis in order to attend.

As the newest member of the NOVAMED Associates medical team, Dr. Vallone comes to the practice with over thirteen years of clinical experience, having worked in Fairfax as a busy practitioner of Internal Medicine/Primary Care Medicine since 2001. He graduated from Georgetown University's College of Arts and Sciences, and earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1997. Being a Georgetown Hoya through and through, he then went on to complete his medical residency at Georgetown University Medical Center in 2000 and was selected to serve as Chief Resident in Medicine from 2000-2001 with Georgetown University Hospital.

Eric S. Vallone, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Board Certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Personal Interests

In 2004, he and his wife, Kristi were married at Georgetown University's Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.  Dr. Vallone is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine and has enjoyed teaching medical students both in his office and at the hospital since 2001. He has been selected numerous times by his patients for inclusion in "Washington Consumers' Checkbook" as a "Top-Rated Primary Care Physician."

About Dr. Vallone

"I always tell my medical students that one can never rush the history-taking part of the medical examination, and that, in order to be effective and accurate, the physician must ask the questions himself. I cannot begin to count the number of times the diagnosis has been handed to me by the patient, just by allowing him or her enough time to talk and answer questions."

Eric and his wife make frequent trips to Brooklyn with their daughter, Luisa to visit Eric's parents who are in their ninth and tenth decade and are still going strong and bowling regularly. Eric and Kristi are longtime season-ticket holders to Georgetown Men's Basketball, and enjoy attending home games with Luisa whenever possible. Dr. Vallone continues to be highly involved with the Georgetown University alumni association, serving on the Medical Alumni Board and the Association's Board of Governors as an Active Senator. He enjoys cooking and reading "weird fiction" and his favorite musical group is Brooklyn's own, "They Might Be Giants."