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Anne Riser, NP-C

4.9 out of 5
73  Ratings , 5  Comments


Anne is a nurse practitioner with the Valley Health Metabolic and Bariatric Program with a focus on Bariatrics. She started with Valley Health in 1987 as a registered nurse on the orthopedic unit. She has worked as charge nurse, Orthopedic Program Coordinator, nurse educator, and clinical nurse manager of the Surgical/Bariatric/Trauma unit. Anne has maintained her Certification in Orthopedic Nursing (ONC) for over 30 years. Anne completed her undergraduate degrees at Shepherd University and George Mason University. She completed her Master's in Advanced Clinical Nursing at George Mason University in 1994. Anne graduated from Shenandoah University with her post-master's family nurse practitioner certification in 2019. She is certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Anne joined the Metabolic and Bariatric program in March 2020. She works on the Bariatric team where her focus is on the care of patients pursuing weight loss through medical management and bariatric surgery.

Professional Affiliations -

NAON (National Association of Orthopedic Nursing)

Special Interests -

Diabetes, Metabolic Disorders

  • Board Certification
  • Family Medicine Shenandoah University
    Winchester, VA
  • Training
  • Family Nurse Practitioner Shenandoah University
    Winchester, VA
  • College
  • Graduate School George Mason University
    Fairfix, VA
  • Undergraduate George Mason University
    Fairfax, VA
  • Undergraduate Shepherd University
    Shepherdstown, WV
  • Associates Shepherd College
    Shepherdstown, WV


  • 06/22/2023
    Rating: 5

    Dr. Riser is a great dr. She listens, explains, and helps me solve problems. She always answers my questions and never rushes me.

  • 04/22/2023
    Rating: 5

    Explained care plan of what to do next

  • 04/07/2023
    Rating: 5

    I feel very comfortable with the surgeon very professional and explains everything

  • 03/23/2023
    Rating: 5

    The time she took. The way she spoke to me. I was a person and one she cared about. It makes the experience personable.