Mary Ailis Aiken, D.O.
Mary Ailis Aiken, D.O.
- Internal Medicine
- Board Certified
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center
- MEDICAL EDUCATION:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
- UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE:
University of Scranton
Sum Cum Laude
Bachelor of Science in Biology
- HONORS / AWARDS:
Top Doctor for Northern Virginia as published in Northern Virginia Magazine
- PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
American College of Physicians - Member
Medical Society of Virginia - Member
Fredericksburg Area Medical Society - Member
Prior Active Duty - Navy
- AREAS OF INTEREST:
Dr. Aiken grew up in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, near the Pocono Mountains. She graduated in 1997 from the University of Scranton, Magna Cum Laude, with a BS Degree in Biology.
She attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and entered the Navy on a Health Scholarship Program.
Dr. Aiken graduated from medical school and began her internship at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Internal Medicine. She was then stationed from 2002-2004 as the General medical officer for Naval Health Clinics, Camp Lejeune, serving as the primary care physician for Marines attached to the base. She returned to Portsmouth Naval Hospital to complete her training in Internal Medicine.
Dr Aiken moved to the Fredericksburg area while practicing as the sole internist for Quantico. She served as the Chair of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, as Medical Director of Immunizations, and on the Medical Executive Committee. She was honorably discharged at the rank of Lieutenant Commander in 2008.
Dr. Aiken became a specialist at Mary Washington Hospital's Senior Care Clinic and joined Colonial Internal Medicine Associates in 2010 as a physician in CIMA's North Stafford office.
Dr. Aiken is married to Matthew Aiken, D.O. and they have three children. She is active in her community and is a volunteer at Holy Cross Academy. Most of her free time is spent with her family, but she does enjoy reading and jogging. She just recently completed the half marathon.
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Colonial Internal Medicine Associates is to set the local standard for treating illness in an empathetic and supportive environment. CIMA goes beyond the basic needs of patients in guiding them through complex medical problems as the patient's main health care professional, focus on the whole person with an emphasis on disease prevention, and take ownership of a patient's total medical care by serving as their chief advocate.