Noriko Hunter, MD received her bachelor’s degree from Duke University where she graduated with Cum Laude Honors. She attended medical school at the George Washington University School of Medicine, before completing her residency in Internal Medicine at George Washington University Medical Center. Before deciding to go to medical school, Dr. Hunter worked as an electrical engineer for five years, having obtained a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering at George Washington University following college.
After residency, Dr. Hunter worked in a private outpatient primary care office in Virginia for twenty years. Starting in 2008, she also worked as a Hospitalist in the Northern Virginia area, before joining the VHC Physician Group in the summer of 2017.
Dr. Hunter sees each of her patients as a unique individual, and customizes her approach to their care and health maintenance by prioritizing the patient’s own needs. She has a particular interest in promoting the importance of prevention and health maintenance.
Outside of work, Dr. Hunter enjoys music, travel, and spending time with her daughter and son. She is also a trained soprano vocalist and sings the national anthem in various social events.