Dr. Ratterman is a board certified family physician who has been practicing in Northern Virginia since 1996. Originally a native of central Ohio, she first came to the mid Atlantic region to attend the University of Virginia as an undergraduate. She graduated with a degree in History/American Studies then returned to Ohio for medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She completed her residency at VCU (then MCV) and she has since been practicing primary care in Northern Virginia providing care for patients of all ages.
Dr. Ratterman also continues teaching medical students and residents as an assistant clinical faculty member of VCU. Professionally she considers herself a true generalist - energized by diverse patients and problems and invested in helping her patients understand the choices they can make to lead to their healthiest lives. She has experience with women's health as well as adolescent medicine, providing a comfortable transition to adult medical care.
In her free time, she stays busy raising 4 children, running, reading, and cheering on the Women's National Soccer team, and of course the Nats.