Evelyn Frazier, MD

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician 

Dr. Frazier is a Virginia native.  She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Virginia where she was an Echol’s Scholar, receiving a B.A. in Biomedical Ethics.  She went on to complete her medical school training at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.  Dr. Frazier returned to Charlottesville where she completed her Pediatric Residency followed by a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship at the University of Virginia Health System.

After fellowship training, Dr. Frazier started a developmental pediatrics practice as part of the Bon Secours Health System in Richmond, Virginia.  She has enjoyed seeing patients in a large subspecialty group setting and has earned the annual "Top Doc" award by Richmond Magazine in each year of her practice.  With a desire to practice personalized, holistic medicine, Dr. Frazier founded Pathways Developmental Pediatrics in the fall of 2016. 

Evelyn Frazier is board certified in both Pediatrics and Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. She holds membership in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.  

Dr. Frazier is passionate about patient advocacy and family empowerment.  She studied under a midwife and aided in public health initiatives in Guatemala.  She also provided pediatric services for children with HIV/AIDS in Botswana through Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative.  Locally, she has developed parent support resource manuals and participated in numerous advisory committees, as well as served as a board member for Commonwealth Parenting.

Dr. Frazier works closely with therapists in the community.  In the fall of 2017, she co-founded a non-profit organization to support healthy development for children using diet, play, and community resources. 

Dr. Frazier loves to travel, explore the outdoors, frequent local restaurants, and spend time with her husband and two boys.  

I was very impressed at how knowledgeable she was helping us fixing our daughter’s needs. She was also very patient with us and made sure we totally understood everything she was going to offer to help our daughter with her behavior problems.
— Parent


Therapy Dog In Training

Brisket was born November 23rd, 2016 and is a friendly, fluffy "mini" goldendoodle.  He does not shed, is hypoallergenic, and loves to be around children.  Brisket won't be able to take his therapy dog test until he is a year of age, but he has passed Puppy Kindergarten with flying colors, and is on to Basic Good Manners.  

Brisket's current interests include eating, playing, and sliding on wood floors. You may see Brisket going for a walk just before or after your appointment, and you are welcome to pet and play with him.  He loves it!  During all evaluations, however, the focus is on your child, and Brisket sleeps contently in his crate in a separate room. 


In the news

Exploring Autism on The Authentic Woman  

Our Health Richmond: Growing Emotionally Healthy Children

Richmond Magazine Top Docs award: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

E.J. Frazier, J.A. Blackman, M. Conaway.  Impact of Black Race on Shared Decision Making and Health Outcome Among Children with Special Health Care Needs.  Platform Presentation at American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine International Conference, Toronto, CA.  September, 2012.

Peter D. Patrick, Jennifer L. Mabry, Matthew J. Gurka, Marcia L. Buck, Evelyn Boatwright, James A. Blackman. MRI Patterns in Prolonged Low Response State following Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents.  Brain Inj 2007 Jan;21(1)63-8.