Buckhannon student graduates from CAMC program

CHARLESTON — The CAMC Institute for Academic Medicine is celebrating the graduation of 56 board-eligible residents and fellows from CAMC and CAMC Greenbrier Valley Programs.

About 10 of these graduates are from West Virginia. Graduation ceremonies for 15 residency and fellowship programs took place throughout the month of June.

About 39% will remain in West Virginia to practice or to continue training, and of those remaining in West Virginia to practice, 50% are joining CAMC/Vandalia Health locations.

The following graduates are from West Virginia: Victoria Bullman, MD, Charleston; Jordan Burns, DO, Morgantown; Alexandria Carter, DO, Huntington; Rachael Cruickshank, PhamD, Charleston; Michaela David, PharmD, Buckhannon; Joshua Ennis, DO, Beckley; Madonna Gribble, DO, Fairmont; Zachary Harris, PharmD, Charleston; Deena Hossino, MD, Charleston; Nicole Lewis, PharmD, Wheeling; Jacob Minor, DO, Wheeling; Phillip Nichols, DO, Charleston; Mark Radow, MD, Charleston; Matthew Richardson, PharmD, Charleston; Jordan Spusta, DO, Lewisburg; Alyssa Wallace, PharmD., Wheeling; Lyndsey Weatherly, MD, Princeton; Amy Wells, MD, Charleston; and Joshua Zegeer, MD, Charleston.

CAMC wishes everyone the best, whether going on to further training or practicing medicine. In July, CAMC will welcome 59 new students, residents and fellows.

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