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Richard David Bagnall, MD

Family Medicine, Primary Care

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Richard David Bagnall, MD

About Richard David Bagnall, MD

Dr. Bagnall earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) and completed a family practice residency with Chesterfield Family Practice in 2001. He is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Dr. Bagnall studied medicine at a later age than most, after a career in church ministry and pastoral care. His decision to specialize in family medicine was motivated by a desire to provide long-term patient care for a variety of issues and ages. In addition to his practice, Dr. Bagnall has served as a clinical professor for MCV and the University of Virginia.

An advocate for preventive care with a willingness to think outside the box, Dr. Bagnall believes that physicians and patients are co-participants in the process of staying healthy. His broad range of expertise includes the administration of joint injections and performance of simple dermatological procedures.

After spending his early childhood in Rome, Italy while his father worked for the American Embassy, Dr. Bagnall grew up in Virginia. Today he enjoys the vitality and variety of Williamsburg with its rich history and beautiful outdoor opportunities. Married with an adopted daughter who attends the College of William & Mary, Dr. Bagnall fills his free time with woodworking, music, photography and biking.


Medical: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Residency: Chesterfield Family Practice Center (VCU)
Internship: Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine

Board Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine - Family Medicine


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120 Kings Way, 1400, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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