Dr. Julie K. DeRosa, MD

Where did you go to school?
Undergraduate: BA in Biology Johns Hopkins University 1986
Medical School: MD West Virginia University 1991
Residency: Family Medicine The Medical Center, Beaver, PA (Now Heritage Valley)
Fellowship: Women’s Health University of Tennessee
Board certification: ABFM 1994, Recertified 2001, 2008

Field of Study?
Family Practice

What associations are you apart of?

Tell me a little bit about yourself
I am a native of West Virginia. I have lived in Washington since 1996. I have served high needs populations my entire career: first my residency in an urban setting in Beaver Falls, then both urban and rural settings in Tennessee, then a rural setting in Avella, PA as part of the Washington Hospital residency faculty, then in a different FQHC, and now with Centerville Clinics.

What’s something interesting about you?
I am of mixed ethnicity, my father was from Korea/Japan. I am semi-fluent in Spanish, having studied in college and spent a month in the Amazon jungle of Ecuador on a medical mission during residency. I reside with two of my children and our dog, my oldest is an adult. My favorite aspect of family practice is treating families!

Volunteer work/special causes?
Toddler nursery and medical response ministry at my church, The Bible Chapel
Washington County Pennsylvanians for Human Life