Dr. Dolojan strives to deliver exemplary Pulmonary and Critical Care to patients across multiple environments. He holds three certifications by the American Board of Internal Medicine: Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Internal Medicine. He has been selected as one of Northern Virginia Magazine's Top Doctors in 2016, 2020, and 2021. He has been in the role of ICU medical director at 2 hospitals since his arrival to Fredericksburg in 2012. He completed residency in internal medicine in 2009 at the University of Medicine and Dentistry (UMDNJ) in Newark, New Jersey, followed by fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at UMDNJ in 2012. He trained at University Hospital in Newark, NJ; Hackensack University Medical Center; and the East Orange Veterans Administration Medical Center which allowed him to understand patient care delivery across a wide spectrum. Dr. Dolojan's philosophy of patient care aligns with the VPaCC motto "spiro, spero" (Latin for "I breathe, I hope"). He welcomes the challenge that his specialty brings, and his faith emboldens him to ensure his patients, with his counsel and expertise, have hope in optimal management of their disease.
Dr. Alattar is board certified in Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. He has been in the Fredericksburg area for over 13 years and understands that there is a need for his specialties in the area. He served as an attending of Pulmonary & Critical Care in Baltimore, at the Veteran Affairs Medical center. During that period, he was part of the COPD Clinical Research Network, representing UMD Pulmonary division in that NIH sponsored national consortium with multiple landmark publications that advanced the field. He was chosen as a top physician in NOVA in the field of Pulmonary from 2010 through 2017. He strongly believes in integrating professional dimensions of heuristic devices of evidence base complemented by intuitive clinical common sense with consciousness practice that promotes outcomes, safety, cost effectiveness and patient-family model of involvement in promoting patients care. He envisions a practice set up to accomplish this goal, to greatly limit challenges on healthcare delivery structure level and on a personal level with all the patients he treats.