Arpita Aggarwal, MD


Commonwealth Primary Care – Wyndham
5360 Twin Hickory Road
Glen Allen, VA 23059
804-346-3200-Phone
804-346-4075-Fax

Education:

  • Undergraduate: Kailash Chandra Memorial School, India, 1990,
  • Graduate: Kyrgyz State Medical Academy, Kyrgyzstan, CIS, 1998
  • Masters: Boston University School of Public Health, 2006
  • Residency: University of Connecticut School of Medicine – Internal Medicine, 2003
    Boston University School of Medicine – Preventative Medicine, 2006
  • Fellowships: Boston University School of Medicine – Department of Internal Medicine,Women’s Health, 2006

Licensure:
Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine

Certification:
Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Gradutates
Board Certified through the American Board of Internal Medicine

Professional Organizations:
American College of Physicians, Medical Society of Virginia, Society of General Internal Medicine

Personal Interests:
Traveling

Publications Abstract/Articles:
1. Aggarwal A, Carr P, Work up of women with Anemia. Women’s Health in Primary Care. 2005; 7/august Vol. 8: 314-320

2. A. Aggarwal, K. Freund, A. Sato, et.al. Are Depressive Symptoms Associated with Cancer Screening and Stage of Cancer In Postmenopausal Women: The Women´s Health Initiative. J of Women’s health; 2008 Oct 17(8), 1353-61: PMID 18788983

3. A. Aggarwal, K. Freund, V. Ramakrishnan, R. Rosenheck; Stage of Colorectal Cancer Among Veterans with Mental Illnesses And Substance Abuse. JGIM. 2007; 22: S-136. DOI: 10.1007/s11606-007-0176-6

4. A. Aggarwal, M. Passche-orlow, J. Speckman, K. Roloff, TA. Battaglia, The Role of Numeracy on Breast and Colorectal Cancer Screening among Urban Women. Am J of health Behavior. 2007; Sep/ Oct (31): S57-S68. PMID: 17931137

5. A. Aggarwal, N. Li, A. Lee, L.E. Kazis, D.R. Berlowitz. Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates In Patients With Chronic Mental Illnesses And Substance Use Disorders: A Retrospective Nation-Wide Data Analyses. Abstract; JGIM. 2009; 24: Supplement 1/April: 44 DOI: 10.1007/s11606-009-0963-3

6. A. Aggarwal, L. Nien-Chen, L. Kazis, A. Lee, D. Berlowitz. Predictors Associated With Low Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates in Patients with Chronic Mental Illnesses and Substance Use Disorders: A Nation-Wide Data Analyses. JGIM. 2010; 25: Supp 3:355

7. A. Dow, A. Aggarwal, H. Masters, L. Kreisa, W. Smith, P. Boling. Predicting Hospital Readmission: Validation of Rampart. JGIM. 2011; 26: Supp 1:342-343

8. K. Horton, S. Hudson, D. Borden, A. Aggarwal. Intervention to Reduce Inappropriate Papanicolaou Testing In a Resident Clinic. JGIM. 2011; 26: Supp 1:285

9. A. Aggarwal, AA. Froehlich, P. Essah, N. Brinster, WA. High, RW. Downs. Complications of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis following repeated exposure to gadolinium in a man with hypothyroidism: a case report.J Med Case Reports. 2011 Dec 7;5:566. PMID: 22152227

10. A. Aggarwal, A. Pandurangi and W. R. Smith. Cancer Screening in Women with Chronic mental Illness: A Systematic Literature review Am J Prev Med. 2013 Apr;44(4):392-8. PMID:
23498106

11. Sadock E, Auerbach SM, Rybarczyk B, Aggarwal A. Evaluation of integrated psychological services in a university-based primary care clinic. J Clin Psychol Med Settings. 2014 Mar;21(1):19-32. PMID:24165929

12. Sadock E, Auerbach SM, Rybarczyk B, Aggarwal A The Relationship of Life Stressors, Mood Disorder, and Health Care Utilization in Primary Care Patients Referred for Integrated Behavioral Health Services. Accepted at Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease