Wendy Schofer, MD, FAAP



American Board of Pediatrics



Medical School:

Drexel University College of Medicine


Naval Medical Center San Diego


Dr. Schofer has taken her experiences from the medical office into the community.

She finds great value in working with families to educate that daily lifestyle choices influence health much more than prescribed medicines.

Dr. Schofer infuses discussion about whole food nutrition, daily movement, restful sleep, social connectedness, and mindfulness into interactions.

She builds upon additional training opportunities where she has earned certificates as a Registered Yoga Teacher 200 hour, ChildLight Yoga Instructor, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, REACH Institute Patient-Centered Mental Health in Primary Care Mini-Fellowship, and is always trying a new recipe in the kitchen.

She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and is on the pathway towards board certification in Lifestyle Medicine in 2020.

Community Involvement and Memberships:

Healthy Chesapeake Coalition, Co-chair
Chesapeake Public Schools Health Advisory Board, Physician Member
Chesapeake Medical Reserve Corps, Volunteer
Western Branch Middle School, Volunteer
Journal of Wellness, Second Editor
American Academy of Pediatrics: Section on Uniformed Services, Uniformed Services East Chapter Member-at-Large
American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Committees on: Pediatric and Adolescent, Community Engaged, Lifestyle Medicine Fitness/Rehab (PT) and Medicine, Veterans Affairs/DoD

Contact Info:



Tech Center Urgent Care and Office
680 Oyster Point Road
Newport News, VA 23602