Nicola J. Davies, M.D. has spent her entire life immersed in family medicine. Her parents, Drs. Terence C. and S. Margaret Davies were two of the first family physician faculty members of the University of Michigan School. Her father was the inaugural chair of the Department of Family Medicine when it was founded on March 1, 1978. He established the Terence C. Davies, M.D. Endowed Lectureship in Medical Education in 2014.
After completing her undergraduate studies at Albion College, Dr. Davies pursued graduate studies in gerontology at the University of Michigan. She received her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1992 and completed her family medicine residency training at the Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA. Following residency, she completed a rural and emergency medicine fellowship at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
She was recruited to a faculty appointment in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in Norfolk, VA where she served as Director of the Family Medicine Obstetric Service for almost a decade. In addition, she cared for a panel of outpatient continuity patients and taught EVMS medical students and residents. Currently, she is in practice as a community family physician in Virginia Beach, VA.
The Terence C. Davies, M.D. Endowed Lectureship in Medical Education