Being awarded the Bedside Manner Award numerous years, presented by Our Health Richmond Magazine, well-describes Dr. Zoghby’s approach to oral surgery. The magazine says of this honor, “medical expertise and compassionate care should always go hand in hand when it comes to treating patients.” Dr. Zoghby has been living that philosophy since beginning his oral surgery practice in 1990, whether it be while treating his patients or interacting with his staff.
A former “Army Brat,” the son of an army “JAG” (attorney), whose family hails from Alabama, Dr. Zoghby was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and lived in GA, AL, MD, CT, and London, England before he graduated from high school in San Jose, CA. Having lived in 17 different houses before age 18, he’s been happy to have put down roots in RVA for 33 years.
Dr. Zoghby and his wife, Lori, have five children between them. Lori is a Senior Business Analyst at VCU Health System’s Pauley Heart Center. Dr. Zoghby and his wife both enjoy traveling for charity mission work as well as education and pleasure. The Zoghby’s and their friends enjoy hiking, camping, cycling, and eating out. Together they have hiked much of the Appalachian Trail and are now looking forward to taking on the more rugged terrain of the West Coast.
Other non-dentistry interests include music, art, and the theater. Dr. Zoghby also has a noteworthy rapport with wheels, both as a member of a road bicycling team known as “The Spin Doctors” and as an instructor for high performance driver education on road race courses for sports cars.