Scott Lang, MD
Scott Lang, MD, is the program director at LewisGale Physicians Family and Academic Medicine at Valley View in Roanoke Virginia and a board-certified family medicine physician.
Dr. Lang attended Temple University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he earned his Doctor of Medicine. He then completed his residency at the University of Florida. Preceding his medical degree, Dr. Lang worked as a middle school teacher.
He currently serves in the Army National Guard Medical Corps.
Dr. Lang loves his family, his job, the outdoors, exercise, talking sports, and eating American barbeque.
Dr. Michael Simpson, DO, CAQSM, FAAFP
Associate Program Director
Michael Simpson, DO, CAQSM, FAAFP earned his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania. He continued his education with an internship and residency in family medicine at Martin Army Community Hospital in Fort Benning, Georgia. He is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualification in sports medicine.
Dr. Simpson is an active fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is also certified as an imPACT consultant, with a special interest in concussion testing and management. In his spare time, Dr. Simpson enjoys running, sports, reading, and traveling.
Julianna Snow, DO
Julianna Snow, DO earned her doctorate at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania, and completed her residency with Shenandoah Family Practice in Front Royal, Virginia. Prior to her medical training, Dr. Snow received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Dr. Snow is board-certified through the American Board of Family Medicine and has completed her Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. Dr. Snow has also served in the Army National Guard and is currently an associate clinical professor at Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.
Dr. Snow treats all age groups from newborns to centennials. She enjoys teaching resident doctors and medical students, with hopes to inspire them to pursue careers in primary care. She has started an Integrative Medicine Half Day Clinic which is available to patients upon request. Integrative Medicine uses a variety of modalities to address patient health concerns, both to prevent disease and to treat current ailments. Modalities recommended may include certain vitamins, supplements, herbs, dietary and lifestyle changes, and mindfulness exercises, as well as utilizing pharmaceutical medications and/or osteopathic manipulation.
When not seeing patients, Dr. Snow enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, cycling, skiing, and gardening.
Serge Depret-Guillaume, MD
Dr. Depret-Guillaume earned his medical doctorate from University of Virginia School of Medicine and completed his family practice residency with the Roanoke Family Practice Program, an affiliate of University of Virginia. He also earned a bachelor of arts from University of Virginia, graduating Phi Beta Kappa.
Dr. Depret-Guillaume is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is an active member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians. His patient care philosophy is to treat others the way his mentors taught him to be kind, be careful, and always listen. Dr. Depret-Guillaume is bilingual, speaking both English and French.
As part of the Southwest Virginia community for more than thirty years, Dr. Depret-Guillaume brings extensive family practice and urgent care experience to his practice. When not treating patients, he enjoys working outdoors with masonry, attending to a flock of chickens, and having fun with his wife and children, especially at the beach.
Dr. Depret-Guillaume welcomes new patients and referrals.
Hannah Palmer has been the Family Medicine Residency Coordinator since 2019. Ms. Palmer oversees 24 residents within the program and works closely with the program directors, associate program directors, and core faculty. Ms. Palmer is instrumental in assisting residents navigate through their three years in residency, streamlining daily operation processes, and assisting committees within the residency program.
A native of the area, Ms. Palmer attended Virginia Western Community College where she earned an Associate of Applied Science in Communication Design-Marketing and Advertising.
When not assisting residents and faculty, Ms. Palmer enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, crafting, and visiting football games, festivals, and local farmers’ markets.