Hamilton Lewis Bice, DO

Family Medicine, Primary Care

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Male

Hamilton Lewis Bice, DO

About Hamilton Lewis Bice, DO

Dr. Bice earned his medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008 and completed a family medicine residency with Riverside Health System in 2011. He is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

As a family medicine physician, Dr. Bice particularly enjoys the rapport he shares with families, as well as the ability to make a difference in their lives. His philosophy is to treat each and every patient as his own family.

Dr. Bice’s expertise encompasses the full spectrum of family medicine, with special interests in pediatrics, joint injections and skin biopsies. In addition to his practice, he also teaches for the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.

Born and raised on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, Dr. Bice still loves its rural, quiet characteristics and the water that surrounds the area. In his free time, he enjoys fishing and spending time with family.

Education

Medical: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Riverside Family Residency Program
Internship: Riverside Family Residency Program

Board Certifications

American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians - Family Medicine

Locations

Cape Charles Medical Center

216 Mason Avenue, Cape Charles, VA 23310

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Phone

757-331-1422

Riverside Emergency Physicians - RSMH

20480 Market Street, Onancock, VA 23417

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Phone

757-302-2350

Riverside Shore Medical Center at Metompkin

17385 Lankford Highway, Parksley, VA 23421

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Phone

757-665-5996

White Stone Family Practice - Tangier

16186 Main Ridge Road, Tangier Island, Tangier, VA 23440

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Phone

757-891-2412

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