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Pictured from left are Skip Gjolberg, President & CEO WVU Medicine St. Joseph’s Hospital; Jessica Mongold, FNP-C, St. Joseph’s Hospital; Phillip Northey, MS, PA-C, Clinical Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, Alderson Broaddus University; and Teresa VanAlsburg, M.Ed., Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, Alderson Broaddus University. / Photo courtesy WVU Medicine St. Joseph's Hospital

Jessica Mongold, FNP-C, awarded Preceptor of the Year from Alderson Broaddus University

BUCKHANNON — Jessica Mongold, FNP-C with the St. Joseph’s Hospital Pediatric Medicine Clinic, was awarded the Thomas Chang, MD Preceptor of the Year Award for the 2022 class from Alderson Broaddus University.

The Alderson Broaddus University School of Physician Assistant Studies Program is a 27-month graduate program of study. The final year of the program is the clinical phase during which students complete eleven four-week rotations. Clinical experiences include Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Behavioral Health, Women’s Health, Orthopedics, and an elective rotation of their choice.

Mongold provided students in the Physician Assistant program valuable experience with patients and families in the clinic. She went above and beyond to enhance each students’ learning.

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