Board Certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Pediatrics and The American Board of Sleep Medicine Health Committee Chair, Virginia State Conference of the NAACP
Sleep & Total Wellness Institute ™
208 E. Brookland Park Blvd
Richmond, VA 23222
Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs is a nurse MD, a medical missionary and the author of over 6 peer reviewed medical textbook chapters. After completing her nursing education with honors at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs pursued her dream of becoming a medical doctor. She began her medical education at the Medical School of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She later transferred to Meharry Medical College, Nashville TN, the alma mater of her mentor.
During her third year at Meharry Medical College, Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs’ academic achievements were acknowledged by the Dean of the School of Medicine with a Dean’s scholarship. Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs graduated in the top 4th of her class.
Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs completed an internal medicine internship, pediatric residency, adult neurology residency and child neurology fellowship. She completed self directed training in sleep disorders medicine by working with some of the most esteemed experts in sleep medicine at leading institutions in the United States of America: Johns Hopkins University Hospital Pediatric Sleep Center, Sleep Center at Boston Children's Hospital, Eastern Virginia Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine, Stanford University Hospital Sleep Medicine Center. Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs earned a certificate in integrative medicine by completing courses offered at the University of Richmond, Richmond Virginia. She has more than 14 years of research on the medicinal effects of foods. Her work with medicinal foods was recognized by a leading oncologist in the USA.
Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs is the Health Committee Chair for the Virginia Association of Ministers Wives and Ministers Widows and the Health Committee Chair of the Virginia State Conference of the NAACP. From 2010 to 2017 she was a consultant to the United States of America Chair of UNESCO.
At the 79th Annual Convention of the International Association of Ministers’ Wives and Ministers’ Widows (IAMWMW), held on June 2019 in Columbus Ohio, Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs was named Health Editor of The Herald a publication of the IAMWMW.
Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs practices integrative sleep medicine in Richmond Virginia at the medical ministry founded by her family and named in her honor.
To request Dr. Hamilton-Stubbs to speak at your event call 804-273-9900 or use the website’s ‘contact' button above.
No information on this site should be used without first talking with your personal healthcare provider. Information on this website is not a substitute for seeking health care from a licensed qualified provider.