“I believe all patients should expect to receive the best possible care from their doctor and be given the opportunity to discuss their concerns. The relationship between the patient and physician is paramount to good care and this only develops with the efforts of both physicians and patients. It is my hope that as medicine advances that this thought is never lost.”

Board Certification

  • Family Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Family Medicine
  • Primary Care



Medical College of Virginia
Family Medicine
Richmond, VA


Medical College of Virginia
Family Medicine
Richmond, VA

Medical School

Georgetown University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Washington, DC

Undergraduate School

St. Joseph’s University
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Philadelphia, PA

Hospital Affiliated With

Sibley Memorial Hospital

Professional Association

American Academy of Family Practice
1982 – Present

Academic Appointment

Georgetown School of Medicine
Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine
1990 – Present

Personal Interests

Dr. Umosella and his wife, Ginger, have three children – Scott, Nicholas, and Caroline. He is fortunate to have all three in the local area along with Nicholas’ wife, Emily. They have a dog, Spartacus, who always announces his arrival home. He has played the piano since early childhood and finds it to be a great source of stress relief. Dr. Umosella spends time taking care of the Koi pond at home and during baseball season helping out with the Nats along with his partners. He enjoys time at the beach as well as minor jobs around the house.


Dr. Umosella graduated from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA with a BS in biology and went on to medical school at Georgetown University. He completed medical school in 1985 and was elected to AOA, the Honor Medical Society, in his fourth year at Georgetown. From 1982 to 1985 he was a resident in Family Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia’s Fairfax location. He completed the residency program and was board certified in Family Medicine in 1985. He has maintained his board certification continuously by satisfying the boards CME requirements and passing the Board Certification exam periodically. He along with his three partners, Edward, Dennis, and Collin Cullen are in practice in Bethesda, MD. The practice, founded by the Drs. Cullen’s father has been an ongoing source of primary care medicine for over 50 years. Dr. Umosella sees patients of all ages including pediatric and well women care and manages all aspects of primary care including hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia as well as most acute illnesses. Dr. Umosella and his partners all maintain privileges at Sibley Hospital in Washington, DC.