Deborah A. Brauer, M.D. earned her B.A. in Public health from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She then spent two years in healthcare consulting at Accenture in Washington, D.C., before pursuing her M.D. at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia.
After medical school, she returned to the D.C. region for residency training in Internal Medicine at The George Washington University Hospital, where she was honored as 2007 “Resident of the Year”. She continued her specialty training at GWU, completing her fellowship in Gastroenterology.
Dr. Brauer’s clinical interests include inflammatory bowel disease, small bowel wireless capsule endoscopy, colorectal cancer screening of women and minorities and liver disease.
She was recently honored by her colleagues in the Washington Post Super Doctor’s section as a “Rising Star” in the field of gastroenterology.
Dr. Brauer strives to establish a strong and open connection and dialog with her patients to enable her to continue to provide quality, responsive and compassionate care. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology.
She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and growing family. Her interests include running, skiing and cooking.
“I recommend Dr. Brauer and Digestive Disease Physician support personnel for your superb care and truly exemplary professionalism from start to finish. It is the reason we traveled to N. VA from Central Florida because of my confidence in your practice. You have my deep appreciation.”