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William Incatasciato, MD, FAAP
Physician - Herndon
English, Italian, Spanish
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Meet William Incatasciato, MD, FAAP
William Incatasciato, or "Dr. Bill," is board certified in pediatrics and has been with Capital Area Pediatrics since 1995.
Dr. Bill served his pediatric residency at Georgetown University Hospital in 1994 and then continued for another year as Chief Resident at Arlington Hospital (now Virginia Hospital Center) until 1995. Prior to that, he received his medical school degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1991. His dual degrees in microbiology and chemistry were earned from Florida Atlantic University in 1987.
Dr. Bill speaks Spanish and Italian. He currently writes for Washington Parent magazine and serves as the "pediatric guru" for I Am Modern magazine and website. In addition, he often gives talks and seminars, including "Babyhood: The First Two Weeks... " which is held monthly at the local Babies 'R Us. Dr. Bill has served on many boards and committees, such as the Northern Virginia Pediatric Society and the Children's Hospital Medical Network for the Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He is also a clinical instructor for the Georgetown University pediatrics program.
Dr. Bill is active in his community through the Jaycees organization, through which he volunteers for many charities. He and his family reside in Leesburg. He enjoys exploring nature, model rocketry, travel, stamp collecting and fossil hunting.
University of South Florida College of Medicine
1987 - 1991
Florida Atlantic University
BS, BA, Microbiology, Chemistry
1983 - 1987
Pediatric Chief Resident
1994 - 1995
Georgetown University Hospital
1991 - 1994
American Board of Pediatrics
American Academy of Pediatrics
Northern Virginia Pediatric Society
Georgetown University Hospital, Department of Pediatrics
Washington Parent's Magazine
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