The Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men
presents a Samuel DeWitt Proctor Forum
CURRENT UPDATE ON COVID-19
We are now two years into the ever changing pandemic of COVID-19. With the introduction of the Omicron variant there are specific issues related to people of color. We have learned quite a bit about the current status of the virus. The recommendations from the CDC are often confusing and sometimes contradictory. Let us come together and share information and insights in a non-threatening forum. You will leave the symposium with specific information and tasks you can accomplish to keep you and our communities safe.
Imhotep K. A. Carter, MD is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He attended college at Duke University and Howard University. He has bachelor’s degrees in Biochemistry and Afro-American Studies. He attended medical school at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He did his residency at Rush Medical College in Chicago. He did a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC.
Dr. Carter is the owner of Carter Medical Associates. He has practiced in a variety of settings. His principal area of service is in the care of the incarcerated individual. He has done this for 29 years now. He is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the Eastern Virginia Medical School for the past 10 years. He teaches the next generation of physicians, Nurse Practitioners and other health professionals in the proper care of the incarcerated population. He has been married for 35 years, has four children and two grandchildren. He lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.