B. Kent Diduch, MD, FAAFP




Dr. Diduch graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1992. He completed his family medicine residency at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center and received a national Parke-Davis Residency Teaching Award. Dr. Diduch is a board-certified family physician and a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Dr. Diduch practiced for 10 years in primary care where he worked with several high schools and a Division III college. Starting in 2007 Dr. Diduch became the primary care team physician for James Madison University. He is an associate professor in JMU’s College of Health and Behavioral Studies. Here he serves as both professor and medical director for the Athletic Training Education Program. He also serves on the Sports medicine Advisory Committee of the Virginia High School League and has been an invited speaker on several occasions to conferences throughout the Commonwealth on primary care sports medicine related topics.

Associate Professor and Medical Director
Staff Physician - JMU Health Center
JMU Athletic Training Education Program
Primary Care Team Physician
JMU Department of Sports Medicine

NPI Courses Taught