Following graduation from the WV School of Osteopathic Medicine, Jennifer Rose, DO, began her career with a residency at CAMC in Charleston. After several year at CAMC, Rose moved back to Pocahontas County and divides her time between Community Care Health Centers at Marlinton and Hillsboro. “I’m proud to be here,” Rose said. “It’s not always easy, but it’s been rewarding. When you have patients that you truly feel like you’ve been able to help and bring something to them or change their lives in some ways – that’s rewarding and makes up for some of the other challenges that come with it. I have good people to work with. I have people who are truly here because they care about the people and always want to do more and want to do better, and so that’s rewarding, too.”
Both Rose and Taylor are happy to be "back home" and spend their free time with families and working on family farms.
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