Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease

Areas of Expertise

  • COPD
  • Preventive Medicine

Education

Fellowship

Georgetown University Hospital
Pulmonary Disease
Washington, DC
1974

Internship and Residency

Georgetown University Hospital
Internal Medicine
Washington, DC
1970 and 1972

Medical School

University of Virginia School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Charlottesville, VA
1968

Undergraduate School

University of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts in History
Charlottesville, VA
1964

Hospital Affiliated With

Virginia Hospital Center

Professional Associations

American College of Chest Physicians
Fellow

American College of Physicians
Fellow

National Association for Medical Direction of Respiratory Care
Past President

Publications

“Arterial Thrombosis with Combined Clonidine Hydrochloride and Propranolol Hydrochloride Therapy.” Archives of Internal Medicine 140.1 (1980). Print.

“Unilateral Lobar Pneumonia with Empyema Caused by Neisseria Gonorrhoeae.” Southern Medical Journal 73.2 (1980). Print.

Academic Appointments

George Washington University School of Medicine
Associate Clinical Professor
2008 – Present

Georgetown University School of Medicine
Clinical Professor
1974 – Present

Personal Interests

In his free time, Dr. Zimmet enjoys spending time with family, especially his grandchildren; reading American history, “beach” books, and legal and spy thrillers!

Biography

Dr. Steven Zimmet joined Pulmonary and Medical Associates of Northern Virginia in 1974, after serving in the US Navy. He has particular clinical interests in preventive medicine and the treatment of asthma and COPD.

Dr. Zimmet completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in History and pursued his medical education. He then pursued an internal medicine internship and residency at Georgetown University Hospital, followed by a Pulmonary Disease fellowship in 1974.

Dr. Zimmet was the Medical Director in the Intensive Care Unit at Virginia Hospital Center for more than 20 years and served in other leadership positions in the department of medicine and pulmonary division. Additionally, he served as President of NAMDRC, a national association of pulmonary leaders, and was also President of the Virginia Thoracic Society and Virginia Society of Internal Medicine.