Norman Chang, MD

Internal Medicine located in Fredericksburg, VA

About Dr. Chang

Internist Norman Chang, MD, is president and medical director of Commonwealth Internal Medicine in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he and his team have been welcoming men, women, and children aged 16 and over for the past 21 years.

Born and raised in Albany, Georgia, Dr. Chang received his Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He obtained his medical degree from Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, after which he completed his residency training in internal medicine at the Medical Center of Delaware (currently known as Christiana Care Health Systems) in Newark/Wilmington, Delaware. 

Dr. Chang has been in practice as an internist in the Fredericksburg area with Commonwealth Internal Medicine since 1998. Dr. Chang had provided medical care to both patients in his outpatient practice as well as in the hospital setting until 2009 when he made the decision to devote his clinical practice solely to the care of adult patients in the outpatient setting. Dr. Chang also works part-time at the Mary Washington Wound Healing Center, where he has been a panel physician since 2007.

“I have been privileged to have been given the opportunity in 1998 to start a medical practice in Fredericksburg. I am grateful for the support I have received from the wonderful people in the Fredericksburg area and many members of the medical community through the years. I am particularly grateful for the continued opportunity to provide care to so many patients during my time in Fredericksburg. The personal relationships I have developed with my patients has been rewarding and more than what I could have envisioned when I decided in high school that I wanted to pursue a career as an internist. I look forward to continuing to build relationships and provide medical care to the people of Fredericksburg for many more years.”

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Internist Norman Chang, MD, is president and medical director of Commonwealth Internal Medicine in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he and his team have been welcoming men, women, and children aged 16 and over for the past 21 years.

Born and raised in Albany, Georgia, Dr. Chang received his Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He obtained his medical degree from Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, after which he completed his residency training in internal medicine at the Medical Center of Delaware (currently known as Christiana Care Health Systems) in Newark/Wilmington, Delaware. 

Dr. Chang has been in practice as an internist in the Fredericksburg area with Commonwealth Internal Medicine since 1998. Dr. Chang had provided medical care to both patients in his outpatient practice as well as in the hospital setting until 2009 when he made the decision to devote his clinical practice solely to the care of adult patients in the outpatient setting. Dr. Chang also works part-time at the Mary Washington Wound Healing Center, where he has been a panel physician since 2007.

“I have been privileged to have been given the opportunity in 1998 to start a medical practice in Fredericksburg. I am grateful for the support I have received from the wonderful people in the Fredericksburg area and many members of the medical community through the years. I am particularly grateful for the continued opportunity to provide care to so many patients during my time in Fredericksburg. The personal relationships I have developed with my patients has been rewarding and more than what I could have envisioned when I decided in high school that I wanted to pursue a career as an internist. I look forward to continuing to build relationships and provide medical care to the people of Fredericksburg for many more years.”


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Internist Norman Chang, MD, is president and medical director of Commonwealth Internal Medicine in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he and his team have been welcoming men, women, and children aged 16 and over for the past 21 years.

Born and raised in Albany, Georgia, Dr. Chang received his Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He obtained his medical degree from Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, after which he completed his residency training in internal medicine at the Medical Center of Delaware (currently known as Christiana Care Health Systems) in Newark/Wilmington, Delaware. 

Dr. Chang has been in practice as an internist in the Fredericksburg area with Commonwealth Internal Medicine since 1998. Dr. Chang had provided medical care to both patients in his outpatient practice as well as in the hospital setting until 2009 when he made the decision to devote his clinical practice solely to the care of adult patients in the outpatient setting. Dr. Chang also works part-time at the Mary Washington Wound Healing Center, where he has been a panel physician since 2007.

“I have been privileged to have been given the opportunity in 1998 to start a medical practice in Fredericksburg. I am grateful for the support I have received from the wonderful people in the Fredericksburg area and many members of the medical community through the years. I am particularly grateful for the continued opportunity to provide care to so many patients during my time in Fredericksburg. The personal relationships I have developed with my patients has been rewarding and more than what I could have envisioned when I decided in high school that I wanted to pursue a career as an internist. I look forward to continuing to build relationships and provide medical care to the people of Fredericksburg for many more years.”


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