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Dr. Rappaport is a native of Northern Virginia. She received a B.S. in Biology in 1982 from the College of William and Mary, a B.S. in Nursing from George Mason University in 1985, and her M.D. from Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1991. She completed pediatric internship and residency at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and was board certified in pediatrics in 1994. She is a Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics and member of the Medical Society of Virginia.


Dr. Rappaport lives in Aldie, Virginia, with her husband. She is a proud mother of 2 grown children. She loves spending time with her family and rescue pets.



Dr. Konkus grew up in southeastern Pennsylvania, and as a child, had wanted to become a physician like her grandfather one day.  She attended Gettysburg College and graduated with a B.S. degree in 1999.  She then attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in 2004.  Her pediatric residency training was completed at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh in 2007.   From residency, she joined a practice in Pittsburgh and practiced there for the last 10 years.  Dr. Konkus was thrilled to join Town Pediatrics in the Fall of 2017.  She and her husband, Chris, decided to start a new adventure in northern Virginia with their two young children, Sam and Drew.

In her free time, Dr. Konkus enjoys listening to live music and travelling.  She enjoys going to the zoo and museums with her family and is very excited to be so close to the many offerings in Washington, DC and Virginia.  She is also a self-professed “Foodie” and is looking forward to exploring all the amazing local restaurants.



Dr. Groeber was raised with a profoundly developmentally delayed brother with multiple medical problems, a sister who lost her vision and hearing as a teen, and a father who was mortally wounded by a careless surgeon. She brings a unique perspective to pediatric practice and believes that without the right of informed refusal, there is no true right of informed consent. “Primum non nocere” are the words she practices by, “above all do no harm.”

Dr. Groeber received a B.S. in biochemistry at Albright College in 1986, her M.D. at Penn State College of Medicine in 1990, and served her Pediatric Internship and Residency at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, from 1990 to 1993. She is board certified in pediatrics.

Dr. Groeber joined the Leesburg medical community in 1995. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a member of the Northern Virginia Pediatric Society and the Loudoun County Medical Society. She resides in Potomac Falls, Virginia, with her husband, Jon, and their two daughters, Evy and Caroline.



Nurse Practitioner Meghan Edwards has always loved working with children. After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Science of Food, Nutrition and Exercise from Virginia Tech in 2003; she worked at a pediatric office as a medical assistant. After several years she returned to school to pursue a career in healthcare and in 2007 graduated from Marymount University with a BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). She worked at INOVA Fairfax Hospital as a registered nurse on the pediatric cardiac unit until returning to school again to earn her degree as a nurse practitioner at George Mason and George Washington Universities in 2011. After graduation she worked on the Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery team at Fairfax Hospital for several years until leaving to work in primary care pediatrics.

Meghan resides in Loudoun County with her husband, two young children and dog. She is thrilled to join the Town Pediatrics family!



Dr. Chamberlain is a native of the DC Metropolitan area.  She received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University with a double major in Biology and in Comparative Religious Studies.  She then went on to study medicine at the University of Maryland Medical School, where she received her medical degree in 1998.  Dr. Chamberlain then completed her Pediatric Residency at Brown University in 2001.

Dr. Chamberlain has been practicing Pediatrics in the Northern Virginia area since 2004.  She joined Town Pediatrics in February 2016.


A self-described “Foodie-Want-to-Be,” Dr. Chamberlain enjoys wine tasting and cooking for others in her free time.  She relishes the opportunity to lose herself in a good book.  Dr. Chamberlain and her husband have been residents of Leesburg since 2004, where they live with their son and their two rescue dogs.