Family Medicine Residency

About Us

Our Family Medicine Residency Program is a 3 -year ACGME accredited program. We are partnered with Mountain State Osteopathic Training Institution. Our program is innovative and dedicated to embracing and developing programs that will enhance the education of our physicians. Our program includes twelve exceptionally academically credentialed physicians. Our residents provide primary care to surrounding, rural communities.

Salaries

(PGY1) $45,000 (PGY2) $50,000 (PGY3) $55,000

Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision 401(K) Retirement Plan Short and Long Term Disability Continuing Medical Education: $2,000 Monthly housing allowance: $500

Bonuses

Sign-on Bonus: $5,000 Potential for Annual Incentive Bonuses

Apply

To apply for residency, you must submit an application via ERAS. You will also need 3 letters of recommendation and a copy of your current CV.

AccessHealth Teaching Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program allows for a very balanced life. I enjoy the fact that I am able to have quality time with my husband and two children while still learning medicine proficiently.

I believe that medicine should be taught in an environment which is non-toxic yet structured and efficient. It is my belief that AccessHealth Teaching Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program accomplishes this and so much more.

Dr Amber Hedgecock

Amy Brown, DO
Program Director
(304) 252-8324 x1409

Bethany Dillon
Program Coordinator
(304) 252-8324 x1499

More Info

Use this form to submit your contact information and request more details about our program.

Faculty & Staff

Our Residents

Adrienne Fratczak, D.O.
Adrienne Fratczak, D.O.
PGY 3
I am from Ripley, WV and went to Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. I love that our program has fully equipped and prepared me to practice as a rural family physician in an underserved area.
Amber Hedgecock, D.O.
Amber Hedgecock, D.O.
PGY 3
AccessHealth Teaching Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program allows for a very balanced life. I enjoy the fact that I am able to have quality time with my husband and two children while still learning medicine proficiently. I believe that medicine should be taught in an environment which is non-toxic yet structured and efficient. It is my belief that AccessHealth Teaching Health Center Family Medicine Residency Program accomplishes this and so much more.
Jennifer Meadows, D.O.
Jennifer Meadows, D.O.
PGY 3
I was born and raised in Beckley, WV. I went to medical school in Lewisburg, WV at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. I enjoy AccessHealth Teaching Health Center Residency Program because I like training in my hometown and serving my community.
Matthew Fratczak, D.O.
Matthew Fratczak, D.O.
PGY 3
I chose AccessHealth in Beckley, WV because I am interested in Rural Primary Care. This program offered a good balance of specialty rotations, strong emphasis on outpatient primary care, while serving a large real patient population.
Hannah Mick, D.O.
Hannah Mick, D.O.
PGY 2
I enjoy being a family medicine resident with Access Health. I am most appreciative of the core faculty and rotation attending physicians. They are excellent physicians and exceptional educators. Additionally, our program director and residency coordinator, are also highly organized, motivated, and supportive. For these reasons and more, I feel that AccessHealth Family Medicine Residency provides an optimal learning environment.
Lanny Meadows, M.D.
Lanny Meadows, M.D.
PGY 2
I am originally from Beckley, WV but attended medical school at WVU School of Medicine in Morgantown, WV. Being a part of this residency allows me to treat patients who are part of my hometown community. I plan to practice in this area once my training is complete. I’m a huge fan of outdoor fun and Southern WV has that in abundance. It’s a beautiful place to live with genuine people all around.
Michael Gray, D.O.
Michael Gray, D.O.
PGY 2
I am thankful for the faculty and staff at AccessHealth. I have the opportunity to learn and grow as a family medicine resident. I have enjoyed the supportive relationships made, both in the clinic and on rotations. There is no other residency I’d rather be at than here.
Tyler Salisbury, D.O.
Tyler Salisbury, D.O.
PGY 2
I'm from the town of Mullica Hill in southern New Jersey. I went to medical school at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, WV. I really enjoy the family medicine program here at AccessHealth, because we have a very close-knit family atmosphere and we strive to serve our surrounding communities through volunteer activities in addition to the medical aspects of our residency.
Evan Muscari, D.O.
Evan Muscari, D.O.
PGY 1
I am from Saulsville, WV and I went to medical school at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. I chose Access Health because I am from Southern West Virginia and wanted to stay and help the people here. I loved the fact that there was an emphasis on outpatient medicine.
Madison Chase McCreary, D.O.
Madison Chase McCreary, D.O.
PGY 1
AccessHealth is a close-knit community and provides a good learning environment. I chose this residency for the atmosphere as well as the focus on primary care and rural health. I am passionate about providing complete and well- rounded care to each of my patients and I am able to learn and grow in those aspects within this program.
Rebekah Quinn, D.O.
Rebekah Quinn, D.O.
PGY 1
I chose AccessHealth because it is a solid, unopposed program known for providing a rich focus on rural medicine, opportunities for varied pathology, and an emphasis on underserved populations. I felt immediately welcomed during interview day and knew this was a place I could grow both personally and professionally. I look forward to serving patients in this program over the next few years.
Stevan Hartman, D.O.
Steven Hartman, D.O.
PGY 1
I chose this program so I could continue to serve the people of the Appalachian region. The fact that the program provides employees with health and wellness incentives was what really made it stand out for me.