James Blakeley Long, MD

Internal Medicine, Primary Care

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James Blakeley Long, MD

About James Blakeley Long, MD


After earning his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Dr. Long completed an internal medicine residency at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. He also earned a Physician Executive Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Long is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

With a fondness for adult patient care and the breadth of internal medicine, Dr. Long is honored to care for patients with a variety of medical histories and backgrounds. He firmly believes in the importance of taking time to get to know each patient, and then tailoring a treatment plan to the individual’s wants, needs, values and lifestyle in order to be most effective.

In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Long has served in numerous clinical, educational and administrative leadership roles throughout his career. He also serves as a volunteer physician for the Gloucester Mathews Community Care Clinic.

Having grown up in the mountains of North Carolina, Dr. Long has always loved rural communities and their unique way of life—and Virginia’s Middle Peninsula is no exception. He enjoys kayak fishing and paddle boarding in the spring and summer, and road biking during the colder months. Dr. Long is happily married with three young daughters.


Medical: University of South Carolina
Residency: Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Internship: Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine


Internal Medicine Associates of Gloucester

7547 Medical Drive, 2200, Gloucester, VA 23061

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Riverside Walter Reed Hospitalists

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