Dr. Arthur A. Rubin, a New Jersey native, attended the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated from Georgetown Medical School and then studied psychiatry for 18 months at Georgetown University Hospital before going on to an internal medicine residency. After becoming board-certified, Dr. Rubin worked for a California HMO as an internal medicine consultant. Being an Easterner at heart, Dr. Rubin returned to Virginia and opened an internal medicine practice in 1978. He and Dr. Major became associates and moved to our Arlington location in 1983. Dr. Rubin has been President of the Virginia Society of Internal Medicine and the Northern Virginia Academy of Medicine and a former board member of the Medical Society of Virginia Peer Review Organization. Dr. Rubin has been an advisor, speaker and consultant to Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health Plans, HCFA seminars, and hospital systems on issues of quality care and utilization of medical services. He was a founder and medical director of NCPPO, a local health plan. Dr. Rubin also founded and acts as managing director of MDxL, a local hospitalist physician management company. Dr. Rubin is married to Beth York, a lawyer specializing in estates and trusts planning, and has two daughters, Margaret and Amy. Dr. Rubin resides in McLean and hobbies include traveling, skiing, reading, and softball.