Dr. Mancini grew up in New York City and earned his Bachelor's Degree in Biology at New York University in 1986. He then moved to Northern Virginia to attend Medical School at George Washington University. After graduating in 1990, he started a five year tour of active duty in the Army, completing his internship at Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX. He stayed on active duty and served as an Army Flight Surgeon from 1991-1995.
Upon leaving active duty for the Army Reserve in 1995,
he returned to Northern Virginia for his residency in Family Medicine at
Georgetown University/Providence Hospital, earning Board Certification
in 1997 and transferring to the Army National Guard.
Since then, he remained in Northern Virginia,
practicing Family Medicine in Manassas and then Haymarket/Gainesville
before coming to Rocky Run Family Medicine in 2011. Dr. Mancini works part-time, but sees patients Monday through Friday including early hours on Tuesday and late hours on Wednesday.
He remains active in the Virginia Army National Guard,
currently a Lieutenant Colonel assigned to the 29th Infantry Division
Headquarters. He has been deployed to Bosnia and has had three combat
deployments to Iraq.
He and his wife live in Haymarket with their 6-year-old adopted daughter.