VELOCITY URGENT CARE ANNOUNCES NEW MEDICAL LEADERSHIP
WILLIAMSBURG, Va., October 1, 2019 – Velocity Urgent Care (https://www.velocityuc.com) announces the appointment of two new members to its medical team.
Tiffany Sibley, DO, has been appointed Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Sibley is responsible for the delivery of medical services at all Velocity Urgent Care facilities; integration with community health resources including primary and specialty care; quality assurance including participation with the Sentara Quality Care Network (SQCN); expanding occupational medicine services to employers, and hiring, developing, and supervising Velocity Urgent Care’s licensed and board-certified medical providers.
Dr. Sibley is a board-certified Emergency Medicine Physician with experience in Urgent Care medicine. Her previous work includes service as a Medical Director, Regional Medical Director, and Physician Executive in a large, multi-specialty medical group. Dr. Sibley specializes in developing programs and processes aimed at maximizing efficiency, financial sustainability, and patient experience. She attended Oklahoma State University Center for Health Services as Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
Thomas Bottoni, MD, has been appointed Regional Medical Director serving Velocity Urgent Care facilities in Suffolk, Carrollton, and South Boston. Dr. Bottoni earned a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and a Doctor of Medicine from Hahnemann University. He served his residency in Emergency Medicine at Naval Medical Center, San Diego.
Dr. Bottoni has more than 20 years of combined experience in the U.S. Navy as a physician. He served as Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD, and as Community Clinical Instructor for Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Based in Williamsburg, Velocity Urgent Care is the fastest-growing urgent care provider in Virginia. Founded in 2017, it has grown to 14 locations in Eastern and Northern Virginia. As a member of the Sentara Quality Care Network (SQCN), Velocity provides data sharing and referral relationships for its patients who require medical services beyond urgent care.