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John Richard Lamm Jr, MD

Neurosurgery

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Male

John Richard Lamm Jr, MD

About John Richard Lamm Jr, MD

Dr. Lamm earned his medical degree in 2013 from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. He completed a neurosurgery residency and a fellowship in functional neurosurgery at the University of Kentucky in 2018. Dr. Lamm is eligible for board certification by the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

Fascinated by the quickly advancing field of neuroscience, Dr. Lamm enjoys the opportunity to apply newfound discoveries to real-life situations and change people’s lives for the better. He approaches his medical practice with the golden rule, caring for patients the way he would want his physician to care for him. Dr. Lamm believes that this starts with tailoring individualized care to every patient he has the privilege to treat.

Dr. Lamm possesses expertise in the surgical treatment of brain, spine and peripheral nerve disease. In addition to general neurosurgery, he has specialized training in brain and spine trauma, peripheral nerve surgery and Gamma Knife radiosurgery.

Originally from Greenville, North Carolina, Dr. Lamm enjoys Hampton Roads for the surrounding water, great seafood and close proximity to his extended family. Outside of work, he can be found sailing, woodworking or gardening. Dr. Lamm and his wife have three children.

Education

Medical: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Residency: University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Locations

Riverside Hampton Roads Neurosurgical & Spine Specialists - Newport News

12200 Warwick Boulevard, 410, Newport News, VA 23601

Phone

757-534-5200

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