We care about your health.
Community Care of West Virginia brings quality health care to the people of West Virginia. Our mission is to help our communities live the healthiest lives possible by meeting your healthcare needs. We provide high quality, accessible, comprehensive, and cost-effective healthcare services to the communities we serve.
Buckhannon now has two locations!
In an effort to continue to provide you and your family with excellent health care, we have moved our health center on Locust Street to two new locations.
On December 29th, patients that received pediatric and walk-in care at our CareXpress & Pediatrics office on Locust Street began receiving care at our new building in Northridge Plaza (by Buffalo Wild Wings): 4 Northridge Drive, Suite 118. Providers at this location include: Dr. Raymond Leonard, Nurse Practitioner Jennifer Lambert, and Physician Assistant Nicholas Baker. For more information about this location, click here.
On January 2nd, patients receiving scheduled chronic and continuing care began being seen at our new Community Care of Buckhannon location across from the Upshur County Courthouse in Buckhannon: 37 W. Main St (patient entrance on the side). Providers at this location include: Dr. Aimee Whitehair, Dr. Gregory Peters, Physician Assistant Allyson Andrews, and Physician Assistant Joshua Baker. For more information about this location, click here.
Dr. Kimberly Becher Named 2016 Rural Preceptor of the Year by the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine recognized a handful of basic science and clinical faculty for their achievements during a year-end award ceremony Wednesday evening.
“This annual recognition is always a highlight of the year,” said Darshana Shah, Ph.D., associate dean for the office of faculty advancement. “These awards are unified by a belief that faculty are the heart and soul of any academic institution, and that the reputation of an academic institution is influenced in great measure upon the quality and character of the faculty. We sincerely appreciate the countless contributions of our faculty to the betterment of JCESOM community.”
Kimberly R. Becher, M.D. was named Rural Preceptor of the Year. Dr. Becher is a physician with Community Care of West Virginia, at the Clay location, and is also an assistant professor in the department of family and community health at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
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