Benjamin M. Goodman, MD

Program Director, Associate Professor

Internal Medicine


Hofheimer Hall

757.446.8920


Dr. Benjamin Goodman was born and raised in nearby Franklin, Va. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before earning his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School. 

He went on to complete a residency in Internal Medicine and a chief residency at EVMS as well. Dr. Goodman has served as Program Director of the Internal Medicine residency since 2012.

In addition to his commitment to medical education, Dr. Goodman has a special interest in hospital medicine and serves as Chair of Internal Medicine at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. He also is Section Head of Hospital Medicine within the EVMS Department of Medicine.

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor of Medicine

Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

Associate Director, Sickle Cell Disease Management Program

Undergraduate Degree

University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC

B.S. Biology

1992-1996

Medical Education

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Norfolk, VA

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

1996-2000

Residency

Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine

Norfolk, VA

Internal Medicine

2001-2003

Postdoctoral Education

Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine

Norfolk, VA

Internal Medicine

Chief Resident

2003-2004

 

University of North Carolina

Faculty Development Fellowship

Internal Medicine

2005-2007

 

American College of Physician Executives

Physician Leadership

2008-2009

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)

2003

                                   

Research Interests

Sickle Cell Disease

Presentations and Scholarships

Recent Publications

Rashidi A, Dorfler KR, Goodman BM. “Diffuse Kaposi’s sarcoma” International Journal of Dermatology. Aug 2012;51(8):964-5. Doi 10.1111/j. 1365-4632.2012.05469.x.

Goodman BM 3rd, Chen IA. “White and Blue Fingers: A Red Flag in Sickle Cell Disease” Journal of General Internal Medicine. Oct 5 2012. Epub ahead of print.

Goodman BM 3rd, Boggs JP, Tahhan SG, Ryal JL, Chen IA. “Infectious disease emergencies: frontline clinical pearls” Medical Clinics of North America. Nov 2012;96(6):10033-66. Doi: 10.1016/j.mcna.2012.09.001.

Goodman BM, ”Anemias” Point of Care Medicine  2013.

Derlega, VJ, Janda LH, Goodman BM, et al “How Patients’ Self-Disclosure About Sickle Cell Pain Episodes to Significant Others Relates to Living With Sickle Cell Disease” Journal of Pain Medicine. Accepted for Publication. June 2014.

Recent Presentations

Wilson DB, Chen I, Goodman B, “Developing a Patient Navigator Program for Sickle Cell Patients: The SHiP HU Study”. Poster Presentation. 2014 Annual Sickle Cell Disease Research Meeting, Miami, FL. Apr 2014

Wilson DB, Chen I, Goodman B, “Identifying Best Community Approaches for Recruiting Sickle Cell Patients to Clinical Research: Lessons Learned From Ship HU”. Poster Presentation. 2014 Annual Sickle Cell Disease Research Meeting, Miami, FL. Apr 2014

Complete Research Profile

https://researchers.evms.edu/display/person-benjamin-goodman

Primary Specialty

Internal Medicine

Practice Locations

825 Fairfax Avenue
Suite 445
Hofheimer Hall
Norfolk
757.446.8920

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor of Medicine

Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

Associate Director, Sickle Cell Disease Management Program

Undergraduate Degree

University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC

B.S. Biology

1992-1996

Medical Education

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Norfolk, VA

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

1996-2000

Residency

Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine

Norfolk, VA

Internal Medicine

2001-2003

Postdoctoral Education

Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine

Norfolk, VA

Internal Medicine

Chief Resident

2003-2004

 

University of North Carolina

Faculty Development Fellowship

Internal Medicine

2005-2007

 

American College of Physician Executives

Physician Leadership

2008-2009

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)

2003

                                   

Research Interests

Sickle Cell Disease

Presentations and Scholarships

Recent Publications

Rashidi A, Dorfler KR, Goodman BM. “Diffuse Kaposi’s sarcoma” International Journal of Dermatology. Aug 2012;51(8):964-5. Doi 10.1111/j. 1365-4632.2012.05469.x.

Goodman BM 3rd, Chen IA. “White and Blue Fingers: A Red Flag in Sickle Cell Disease” Journal of General Internal Medicine. Oct 5 2012. Epub ahead of print.

Goodman BM 3rd, Boggs JP, Tahhan SG, Ryal JL, Chen IA. “Infectious disease emergencies: frontline clinical pearls” Medical Clinics of North America. Nov 2012;96(6):10033-66. Doi: 10.1016/j.mcna.2012.09.001.

Goodman BM, ”Anemias” Point of Care Medicine  2013.

Derlega, VJ, Janda LH, Goodman BM, et al “How Patients’ Self-Disclosure About Sickle Cell Pain Episodes to Significant Others Relates to Living With Sickle Cell Disease” Journal of Pain Medicine. Accepted for Publication. June 2014.

Recent Presentations

Wilson DB, Chen I, Goodman B, “Developing a Patient Navigator Program for Sickle Cell Patients: The SHiP HU Study”. Poster Presentation. 2014 Annual Sickle Cell Disease Research Meeting, Miami, FL. Apr 2014

Wilson DB, Chen I, Goodman B, “Identifying Best Community Approaches for Recruiting Sickle Cell Patients to Clinical Research: Lessons Learned From Ship HU”. Poster Presentation. 2014 Annual Sickle Cell Disease Research Meeting, Miami, FL. Apr 2014

Complete Research Profile

https://researchers.evms.edu/display/person-benjamin-goodman

Primary Specialty

Internal Medicine

Practice Locations

825 Fairfax Avenue
Suite 445
Hofheimer Hall
Norfolk
757.446.8920

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