A practicing internal medicine physician, Dr. Cameron Webb currently serves as a Hospitalist at UVA Health, where he has been directly involved in patient care during the COVID-19 response.
Not only would Webb be the first African-American to represent Virginia’s 5th congressional district, but he would also be the first black physician in the House of Representatives. Democrats have one of our best opportunities to flip VA-05 in years: Roll Call just named Webb’s Republican opponent, Denver Riggleman, as one of the ten most vulnerable House incumbents this year.
Cameron is also the Director of Health Policy and Equity at the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, where he both teaches and leads health policy research. Cameron previously served as a White House Fellow during the Obama Administration, contributing to the work of the White House Healthcare Team and the My Brother’s Keeper initiative. If elected, Cameron would make history as the first African American physician in Congress.
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