Dr. Andrew B. Dahlgren

Dr. Andrew B. Dahlgren, MD, MBA is a board certified Sports Medicine, Family Medicine and Obesity Medicine specialist. Dr. Dahlgren left clinical practice at the end of 2016 to pursue his passion of bringing more patient-centric health and wellness to more people.  Dr. Dahlgren did a patient Safety Fellowship at the VA Medical Center in Lexington, KY while also working for the Joint Commission as a Physician Surveyor.  In 2018, Dr. Dahlgren joined Humana, Inc, a leading health and wellness company headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.  Prior to leaving clinical practice, Dr. Dahlgren worked at OrthoVirginia/West End Orthopaedic Clinic.  Dr. Dahlgren lives in Lexington with his wife and four children.  He is an avid swimmer and triathlete and enjoys getting outside to enjoy the beautiful countryside of Fayette County.


American Board of Family Medicine – Sports Medicine
American Board of Family Medicine – Family Practice
American Board of Obesity Medicine

Education and Training:

Fellowship: Patient Quality and Safety, National Center for Patient safety and VAMC, Lexington, KY
Fellowship: Sports Medicine, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI
Residency: Family Medicine, Medical College of Virginia/VCU, Richmond, VA
Internship: Family Medicine, Medical College of Virginia/VCU, Richmond, VA
Medical School: Wayne State University, School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
Undergraduate: Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Professional Organizations:
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

Robert Wood Johnson Generalist Physician Initiative Award for Outstanding Community             Service, June 1998
Henry Ford Hospital Summer Research Scholarship, 1993

Professional Experience:
OrthoVirginia, Richmond, VA (2009–Present)
Allegiance Sports Medicine, Jackson, MI (2003–2009)
Lancaster Orthopedic Group, Lancaster, PA (2000–2003)
Community Memorial Health Center, South Hill, VA (1998–1999)
Patient First, Glen Allen, VA (1998–1999)
MCV/VCU Blackstone Family Practice, Richmond, VA (1997–1999)