Dr. Monique Renee Muronda (Rolle) was born and raised in Chesterfield County of Richmond, Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree and undergraduate education at the historical Howard University, Masters of Education at the George Washington University, as she simultaneously completed her fellowship, graduating from the very first class of DC Teaching Fellows in 2003. Dr. Muronda (Rolle) received her medical education at Temple University.
Dr. Muronda (Rolle) completed her rigorous four-year surgical training at New York Hospital of Queens in Flushing, New York–an affiliate of the Weill Cornell Medical College of Columbia University. Her interests include diabetic limb salvage and reconstructive foot surgery, athletic injuries, and foot issues involving special needs children. She is a Board Qualified physician by the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery. Dr. Muronda (Rolle) is a member of the American Diabetes Association, American Podiatric Medical Association, Virginia Podiatric Medical Association and an Associate of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. She’s previously served as medical staff of the INOVA Fairfax and Mt. Vernon Hospital Wound Centers treating complex cases involving chronic wounds. She is also the CEO of Lansdowne Podiatry, LLC & currently enjoys privileges at Bridgepoint Hospital, United Medical Center in the District of Columbia, INOVA Loudoun Hospital and in the near future Howard University Hospital.
She enjoys music, lecturing, mentoring, running, the arts, traveling with her husband. You can learn more about that here.