Virginia E Hofmann, MD
Psychosomatic Medicine Physician in Santa Rosa, California
NPI 1649276940

Virginia E Hofmann is a Psychosomatic Medicine Physician based in Santa Rosa, CA and is specialized in Psychosomatic Medicine. Virginia E Hofmann practices in Santa Rosa, CA and has the professional credentials of MD. The NPI Number for Virginia E Hofmann is 1649276940 and holds a License No. 042127 (California).

The current practice location address for Virginia E Hofmann is 401 Bicentennial Way, Santa Rosa, CA and can be reached out via phone at 707-571-3778 and via fax at 707-571-3799. You can also correspond with Virginia E Hofmann through the mailing address at 401 BICENTENNIAL WAY, SANTA ROSA, CA - 95403-2149 (mailing address contact number: 707-571-3778).

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Provider Profile Details
NPI Number
1649276940
Provider Name
Virginia E Hofmann
Credential
MD
Provider Entity Type
Individual
Gender
Female
Address
401 Bicentennial Way, Santa Rosa, CA, 95403-2149
Phone Number
707-571-3778
Fax Number
707-571-3799
Provider Enumeration Date
06/22/2005
Last Update Date
03/23/2011
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Provider Business Practice Location Address Details
Address
401 Bicentennial Way
City
State
Zip
95403-2149
Phone Number
707-571-3778
Fax Number
707-571-3799
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Provider Business Mailing Address Details
Address
401 Bicentennial Way
City
State
Zip
95403-2149
Phone Number
707-571-3778
Fax Number
707-571-3799
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Provider's Primary Taxonomy Details
Type
Allopathic & Osteopathic Physicians
Classification
Psychiatry & Neurology
Speciality
Psychosomatic Medicine
Taxonomy
License No.
042127 (Connecticut)
Definition
Psychosomatic Medicine is subspecialty in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders and symptoms in complex medically ill patients. This subspecialty includes treatment of patients with acute or chronic medical, neurological, obstetrical or surgical illness in which psychiatric illness is affecting their medical care and/or quality of life such as HIV infection, organ transplantation, heart disease, renal failure, cancer, stroke, traumatic brain injury, high-risk pregnancy and COPD, among others. Patients also may be those who have a psychiatric disorder that is the direct consequence of a primary medical condition, or a somatoform disorder or psychological factors affecting a general medical condition. Psychiatrists specializing in Psychosomatic Medicine provide consultation-liaison services in general medical hospitals, attend on medical psychiatry inpatient units, and provide collaborative care in primary care and other outpatient settings.