Scott Armistead, MD, DIMPH
Scott Armistead, MD, DIMPH (INMED)
INMED Adjunct Professor
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Population Health, Virginia Commonwealth University;
Richmond Area Director, Christian Medical and Dental Associations (CMDA)
Dr. Armistead trained at the Medical College of Virginia and Truman East Family Medicine Residency in Kansas City, where he met Dr. Comninellis as a faculty member. Dr. Armistead and his family lived in Pakistan from 1999-2015, providing medical care at Bach Christian Hospital, with a 1 1/2 year stint at Oasis Hospital in the United Arab Emirates when the security situation in Pakistan worsened.
Since 2015, Dr. Armistead has taught family medicine at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine and worked part-time as a CMDA staff worker at VCU. At the School of Medicine, he started the month-long International Medical Mission elective for senior students during which he takes a group annually to Karanda Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe. He completed VCU’s TIME (Teaching in Medical Education) certificate course. He loves teaching and has received teaching awards in the Practice of Clinical Medicine program at VCU and from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. He is very keen on the professional, moral and spiritual formation of students. He is active with the Urdu-speaking S. Asian refugee and immigrant population in Richmond, Virginia. His wife, JoAnn, is an ESL teacher and they have three grown sons.