Carla Rae Rothmann, FNP

Family Medicine, Primary Care

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Female

Carla Rae Rothmann, FNP

About Carla Rae Rothmann, FNP

 

Carla earned a Clinical Nurse Leader Master of Science in Nursing, followed by a Family Nurse Practitioner Post-Master’s Certificate, both from the University of Virginia School of Nursing. She is board-certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board.

After gaining 10 years of valuable experience as a registered nurse at a Level 1 Trauma Center, Carla chose to become an advanced practice provider specializing in family medicine. She enjoys the opportunity to treat a wide range of conditions and help her patients focus on wellness.

With a firm belief that prevention and early detection are critical to lifelong health, Carla teaches her patients that a healthy lifestyle now can help ensure their future fitness and ability to accomplish goals throughout life. Her mission is to work together with patients to achieve those goals.

A native Virginian, Carla grew up and received most of her education in Charlottesville. Today she enjoys the water, the quiet and the people of Hampton Roads. In addition to running with her dog, Maggie, Carla likes to spend her free time on a stand-up paddleboard or binge-watching TV on Netflix.

Education

Graduate: University of Virginia School of Medicine
Post Graduate: University of Virginia School of Medicine

Board Certifications

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners - Nurse Practitioner - Family

Locations

Riverside Fishing Bay Family Practice

16681 General Puller Highway, Deltaville, VA 23043

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Phone

804-776-8000

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