Joseph Sclafani, M.D.  
Male, 43
Richmond, VA

Interests: Internal Medicine, arrhythmia
B.S., Chemistry, City University of New York (CUNY) & College of Staten Island Honors College - 1997
M.D., Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine - 2007
Medical Training
Categorical Internal Medicine: SAUSHEC, Brooke Army Medical Center - Internship - - 2008
Internal Medicine: SAUSHEC, Brooke Army Medical Center - Residency - - 2010
Board Certification
2008: Medical License
2010: Internal Medicine/American Board of Internal Medicine
About Dr. Sclafani
Dr. Sclafani is a dynamic young physician who is well known for both his stalwart work ethic and his clinical acumen. Although a hard worker and clinically astute, Dr. Sclafani has an engaging and gregarious personality which endears him to both his patients and colleagues. Dr. Sclafani is board certified in internal medicine, has achieved academic accolades including publication in a prestigious journal as a 1st author. Dr. Sclafani has been active in developing hospital process improvement measures as well.
Honors and Awards
Residency: Excellence in Research, Department of Internal Medicine, 2009/2010 Third Place, Combined Army/Air Force ACP Research Associate Podium Competition, Nov2008 First Place, ACP Online Curriculum Award 2007/2008 Second Place, Unknown of the Week Competition, 2007/2008

Medical School: Health Professional Scholarship, 2003

College: Salk Scholar Honorary Award, 2002 Chemistry Commencement Award, 2001 Honors College Graduate Award, 2001 Presidential Scholarship Award (1999, 2000) Dean’s List (97-98, 98-99)

H. Reza Ahmadian, MD; Joseph J. Sclafani, MD; Ethan E. Emmons, MD; Michael J. Morris, MD; Kenneth M. Leclerc, MD; Ahmad M. Slim, MD, FACP, FACC. Comparison of Predicted Exercise Capacity Equations and the Effect of Actual vs. Ideal Body Weight Among Subjects Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET). Submitted for publication to American Journal of Clinical Cardiology August 2012.

Joseph J. Sclafani, M.D., Joseph My, M.D., Lisa L. Zacher, M.D., Robert E. Eckart, D.O. Intensive Education on Evidence Based Evaluation of Syncope Increases Sudden Death Risk Stratification but Fails to Reduce Utilization of Neuroimaging. Arch Intern Med 2010;170:1150-4. Cited by Arrighi JA. Educational Initiatives for Quality Improvement Projects: Can You Teach an Old Dog New Tricks? Circulation 2011;123:471-3.

Sclafani JJ, Gottschalk D, Waibel KH. Allergic Fungal Sinusitis. Consultant, 2008 48:719. Reprinted in Infections in Medicine, 2009, 26:31-32.