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Dr. Bo Zhao Joins Virginia Oncology Associates

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A new physician has joined the team of Virginia Oncology Associates.

Virginia Oncology Associates recently announced that Dr. Bo Zhao, a medical oncologist and hematologist, is now accepting patients at its office at CarePlex in Hampton as well as its office on Sentara Circle in Williamsburg.

Zhao has board certifications in medical oncology, hematology, and internal medicine, and is affiliated with the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the Chinese American Hematologist and Oncology Network.  Prior to joining Virginia Oncology Associates, Zhao worked as a clinical assistant professor at the University Hospitals of Cleveland Seidman Cancer Center.

Zhao is fluent in both Mandarin Chinese and English.

Earlier in July, Virginia Oncology Associates welcomed another new doctor, Dr. Sonia E. Hepburn.

Virginia Oncology Associates has eight locations in Hampton Roads, including three on the Peninsula, as well as one office in Elizabeth City, NC.

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