Kermit Alvin Lloyd, MD

Neurology

Languages Spoken:

English

Gender:

Male

Kermit Alvin Lloyd, MD

About Kermit Alvin Lloyd, MD

 

Dr. Lloyd earned his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and completed his neurology residency at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Lloyd is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is the director of the Riverside Multiple Sclerosis Center, which provides comprehensive treatment to 1,500 patients.

Dr. Lloyd holds a particular interest in multiple sclerosis (MS) and serves as principal and co-investigator for several current clinical trials. His extensive clinical trial research also includes treatment for Parkinson's disease, stroke, migraine headaches, epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease. He believes the brain is the very essence of who we are and considers it a privilege to be entrusted with the neurological health of his patients.

Originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Dr. Lloyd lives in Newport News with his wife, Alisa, and their two dogs, Zippy and Flurry. When is not working he enjoys experiencing other cultures through travel, gardening and ACC basketball.

Education

Medical: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Residency: Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
Internship: Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital

Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology - Neurology

Locations

Riverside Neurology Specialists - Newport News

12200 Warwick Boulevard, 110, Newport News, VA 23601

Phone

757-534-5100

Riverside Neurology & Sleep Specialists - Gloucester

7547 Medical Drive, 1300, Gloucester, VA 23061

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Phone

804-695-8550

Riverside Neurology Specialists - Hampton

850 Enterprise Parkway, 1400, Hampton, VA 23666

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Phone

757-637-7500

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