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WVU Medicine debuts health care center in Williamstown

Photo by Jenna Pierson A ribbon cutting was held Thursday for the new Williamstown Primary Care facility in Williamstown.

WILLIAMSTOWN — WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center celebrated the opening of its new Williamstown Primary Care facility with a ribbon cutting on Thursday.

The facility is located along W.Va. 14.

The Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce, Williamstown Mayor Paul Jordan, Mona Mondo, sales director for Harbor Point Development, and representatives from WVU Medicine Camden Clark and the office of U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin were present to make remarks.

The facility is the first of several commercial operations that will be located on the property.

“It is an opportunity for us to deliver healthcare to the community and to the residents here and to be part of a staple to this part of the county that we haven’t been part of before,” said Crystal Tolley, assistant vice president of clinic operations at WVU Medicine Camden Clark.

Three physicians, Dr. Skyler Tribble, Dr. Med Dan and Dr. Daniel Shank, are available for appointments by calling 304-865-5101.

“We are very pleased to have this clinic already open and meeting that community need,” said Steve Altmiller, the president and CEO of WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center.

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