Jordan A. Keene, MD has joined Capital Caring’s Arlington, Virginia neighborhood care team. The Arlington neighborhood currently serves nearly 200 patients and families every day. Prior to joining Capital Caring, Dr. Keene practiced Internal Medicine at the New England Sinai Hospital and Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. Most recently, Dr. Keene completed his Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His research and scholarly projects – Increasing POLST Completion in High Risk Patients and ICE Utilization in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients – will enable him to serve the Arlington community. Dr. Keene’s personal interests include fly fishing, landscape photography, playing ukulele and national parks.

Elizabeth Phan, MD has joined the Alexandria, Virginia neighborhood care team. The Alexandria neighborhood currently serves nearly 150 patients and families every day. Prior to joining Capital Caring, Dr. Phan served as an Assistant Professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center in Richmond. During her tenure at VCU, Dr. Phan staffed the inpatient palliative care consults and unit as well as treating patients in the palliative care clinic. Dr. Phan chaired the committee charged to develop guidelines and a standardized protocol for prescribing opioids in the outpatient setting at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. Dr. Phan’s personal interests involve volunteering as a sports medicine physical volunteer at local universities.