Elizabeth Anderson Halabuk, M.D.
My unique style of practice allows me to offer comprehensive and compassionate care, with all the time and attention my patients need.”
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For Dr. Anderson Halabuk, each patient is an individual with concerns and needs that are unique. Her approach focuses on evaluating each patient as a whole and devising a comprehensive plan that addresses all of the components of health that contribute to long-term wellness. This type of care requires time and attention—two qualities that Dr. Anderson Halabuk considers critical to effective diagnosis and compassionate treatment.
Dr. Anderson Halabuk has significant expertise in the management of diseases that impact multiple organ systems. Because so many patients are managing diabetic and pre-diabetic conditions, she is particularly focused on the early detection of abnormalities in blood sugar metabolism. By getting to know her patient’s whole health and lifestyle, she is able to develop treatments plans using medications and behavioral strategies, so that her patients can avoid the development of diabetes with its associated complications. If the disease has already been diagnosed, her background in the management of vascular complications provides patients with a strong advocate for their care.
Upon completion of her training at George Washington University in 2000, Dr. Anderson Halabuk joined the medical community in Northern Virginia. Dr. Anderson Halabuk has served as the managing partner for Paramount Care Physicians since 2004. This dual role as a physician and managing partner has provided her with a bird’s eye view of the changes in health care; she considers it a critical responsibility of the management position to look at innovative strategies that allow the practice to thrive and continue to provide individually designed health care for its patients.
While living and working in Centreville/Fairfax area over the last 15 years, Dr. Anderson Halabuk continues to raise two children. Like all parents, she is busy meeting the needs of her children with carpools and sporting events crowding the schedule. As the mother of a child with a developmental disability, she is also active in community groups which assist and support in the social and vocational needs of individuals with autism. She is happy to share her experience with others who also struggle with trying to find the best resources for their loved ones, regardless of the disability.
Scott I. Bell, M.D., PhD.
I’m passionate about helping my patients achieve their very best health."
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Dr. Bell knows that one of his most important roles as a primary care doctor is to help his patients with preventive wellness technique—not just the treatment of acute medical issues. His practice style allows him to serve as a coach and quarterback for his patients. His approach to medicine takes into account that truly feeling well is a complex state involving physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual factors. He believes that a person’s lifestyle and personal choices have a greater bearing on their long term health and longevity, than how much medication that they take. He believes that in most cases less medication is better, however, when medications are clearly needed- he uses them effectively in conjunction with healthy lifestyle choices. He believes that your body is your spirit’s home. It is his objective to work with you to make your body a wonderful home for future years of happy, healthy and productive living.
Dr. Bell serves patients of all ages and is very comfortable caring for and advising people from their late teens to their 90’s (and beyond). His approach to the patients in his care is to be respectful of their time and to provide prompt, convenient service. He even does house calls to his older patients or those with a special medical need. His “Mobile Physician Services” hit the road every Friday afternoon.
Dr. Bell has been in practice in Northern Virginia since 2001. He completed his residency and internship at Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, VA and received his medical degree from Albany Medical College, where he ranked in the top one third of his 1998 class. Before going to medical school, Dr. Bell earned his PhD in Chemistry from Penn State University in 1990.
Dr. Bell also practices what he preaches. Several times weekly you will find him riding his bicycle to work or out on the W&OD bike trail. He loves the outdoors and enjoys kayaking, hiking, gardening and cooking. He is a Civil War buff and a student of American history. He is also well known for his special recipes for home brewed beer which he makes for special occasions and family get togethers.
Nishant Magar, M.D.
I believe in a patient-centered, holistic, and evidence-based approach to medicine, and that wellness is a combination of physical, mental, and social health."
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Dr. Nishant Magar realized his passion for medicine during his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia, while volunteering as an emergency medical technician for the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad. After graduating from medical school at the Virginia Commonwealth University, and completing residency at George Washington University, he began his practice as an internal medicine hospitalist in Washington, D.C.
Despite enjoying a successful and rewarding inpatient practice, he transitioned to outpatient medicine because he missed the satisfaction afforded by continuity of care and longitudinal relationships with his patients. Dr. Magar has a patient-centered, holistic, and evidence-based approach to medicine, and believes that wellness is a combination of physical, mental, and social health.
Originally from the United Kingdom, he moved to Northern Virginia with his family in 1998, and graduated from Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Va. He appreciates that practicing at Paramount Care Physicians allows him to treat the community he grew up in. In his free time he enjoys cycling, hiking, woodworking, and time spent with family.