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Stephen P. Long, M.D.

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Dr. Stephen P. Long is a 1982 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Randolph-Macon College and 1986 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University's School of Medicine where he completed two years of surgical residency followed by an anesthesiology residency at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals.  He completed his fellowship in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals in 1991 and served on the faculty as an Associate Professor until 1998 when he formed his private practice, Commonwealth Spine and Pain Specialists where he is currently President and Partner.  He continues as an Associate Clinical Professor of anesthesiology at VCU where he still actively teaches medical students.

Dr. Long has been active in many national and community organizations, including previous membership on the boards of directors of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists (past-president), Vestry of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, and Board of Distinction of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Dr. Long has received numerous honors, including International Men of Distinction, Outstanding Young Men of America, Who’s Who in American Medicine and Health Care, Who’s Who in the World, Consumer Research Council “America’s Best Anesthesiologist/ Pain Doctor”, and Richmond Magazine’s Top Pain Specialist 2000-2022.  He is distinguished as one of US News and World Report’s Top Pain Specialists.  In 2001 he received the Patrick Henry Award from Governor James Gilmore.

He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Randolph-Macon College as Vice-Chair.  From 2000-2004, Dr. Long served on the Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors and the VCU Health System Board until 2006.

From 2011-2015, he served on the University of Virginia Board of Visitors where he chaired the Educational Policy Committee and the Medical Center Operating Board for the UVA Health System.  He remains on the UVA Health System Quality Committee.

He is married to Dr. Georganne Long, an OB/GYN and has three grown children.

Dr. Long was appointed to the Board of Visitors by Governor Youngkin in 2022.