Due to the Coronavirus / COVID-19, If you need an appointment please call before coming in and speak with our nurse supervisor.

Please know that here in our office we are taking extra measures to ensure our office is and stays COVID and respiratory symptom free.

For the health and safety of our patients we have locked our front doors. Each patient is to call when they arrive and our nurse will come out to get them. If you have concerns about coming in our office we encourage you to inquire about utilizing our telemedicine services with our physicians during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. You can contact us at 540-433-3344 and ask for our nursing supervisor and she can help you with any questions about changing your currently scheduled in-office appointment to a telemedicine visit.

Vaccine Update

Rockingham Family Physicians will not be receiving the Covid vaccine to distribute to our patients.  The Virginia Department of Health and the West Virginia Department of Health is directing individuals to contact their own Health Departments to register for the vaccine.

 If you are a Virginia resident, you can register at the following link:

 If you live in Rockingham, Augusta, Rockbridge, Highland, or Bath County, you can get more information at:

If you live in Page or Shenandoah County, you can get more information at:

 If you live in Pendleton County, West Virginia, contact the Health Department at (304) 358-7565.

If you live in Hardy County, West Virginia, contact the Health Department at (304) 530-6355.

Until you are able to be vaccinated, please continue to wear a mask, wash your hands, social distance, and stay well.

The doctors and staff at Rockingham Family Physicians remain ready to meet your medical needs during the upcoming year.

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Skin Cancer Awareness!

Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer?  Fortunately there are very effective preventative measures and treatment techniques for skin cancer.  At Rockingham Family Physicians we offer skin lesion (mole) biopsy and excision (removal). If you have a skin lesion (mole) that you are concerned about, schedule an appointment with us for evaluation and treatment.


If you have a skin cancer on the extremities or trunk, we offer a cure for many types of skin cancer through a simple excision of the lesion up to 2 cm in diameter.  Skin cancer found on the face or ears can be diagnosed here, but would need a specialist referral for full excision.


Dr. Stephen Godshall sets aside ½ day per week for evaluating and treating skin lesions and cancers.


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We welcome you to Rockingham Family Physicians and hope you will be an active participant in your health care.

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