Nidhi Reva is board-certified by the Physician Assistant and joined the Virginia Hospital Center Physician Group’s OBGYN practice in 2021.
Drawing upon more than 20 years of medical experience in women’s health, public health advocacy, and motherhood has provided Ms. Reva with a unique skill set to address the medical concerns of women in all phases of their life. She has a special interest in incorporating integrative medicine in evaluating her patients and has a background in family cancer genetics and health education.
Ms. Reva graduated from Michigan State University, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. In 2001, she completed her Master of Public Health degree in Health Policy and Management from Emory University with an emphasis on underserved community health. In 2003, she earned her Masters of Medical Science from Emory University School of Medicine from their Physician Assistant Program. She is a Certified American Red Cross Instructor who provides infant, child and adult CPR & first aid certifications to families, schools and community-led events.
Ms. Reva began her career working at an Immigrant and Refugee clinic, and a few years later followed her passion to work in women’s health, including obstetrics, gynecology and health education. Ms. Reva has been in private practice since 2008. Ms. Reva has served as an adjunct professor as well as being a preceptor at the George Washington University Physician Assistant Program.
Most recently, Nidhi Reva is a recipient of the 2021 Arlington County COVID-19 Hero Award which aims to recognize Arlington’s community members, partners, providers, neighbors who have gone above and beyond to help keep their communities safe and supported throughout the pandemic.