Denée Moore, MD

Denée Moore, MD, FAAFP, holds a Doctor of Medicine from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine in Richmond, VA. She completed her Family Medicine internship and residency at the VCU Bon Secours St. Francis Family Medicine Residency in Midlothian, VA. 

Dr. Moore is an Assistant Professor in the VCU Department of Family Medicine and Population Health and the director of the department’s Family Medicine clerkship. In this role, she is responsible for the management, coordination, and faculty development of teaching sites for the clerkship. In addition, she creates curricula that guide student learning and oversees all student evaluations. Dr. Moore maintains a clinical practice at the VCU Health Hayes E. Willis Health Center. Her research interests include medical education, health disparities, evidence-based medicine, quality improvement, and health policy. 

She is an active member of the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians (VAFP) where she serves as President for 2023-2024 and co-chair of the Resident, Student and Faculty Committee. Also, she is an active member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) where she serves on the Commission on Health of the Public and Science. 

Prior to joining the faculty at VCU, Dr. Moore practiced at a Federally Qualified Health Center in Charlottesville, VA where she provided a variety of outpatient Family Medicine services including prenatal care to populations who are medically underserved and hosted medical students and resident physicians for clinical rotations.

Go to top