Camden Clark Medical Center announces ENT specialty service
PARKERSBURG — A doctor was hired to lead a new clinic providing a full spectrum of ear, nose and throat services to residents of the Mid-Ohio Valley at WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center.
Dr. Mark Nenow comes to Camden Clark with more than 25 years of experience. Through a combination of using the latest industry equipment and technology, and creating a collaborative care plan with all members of a patient’s medical team, he is passionate about generating exemplary outcomes for all patients.
“I am thrilled to join the WVU Medicine Camden Clark team and to become part of the Mid-Ohio Valley community,” Nenow said. “It is exciting to bring this Ear, Nose, and Throat specialty practice to WVU Medicine Camden Clark and to provide a much needed service to the communities we serve.”
Nenow is accepting new patients of all ages, particularly those needing ear ventilation tubes or for treatment of tonsil and adenoid infections. His clinic will also specializes in chronic or recurrent infections of the ears, sinuses, hearing loss, and nasal obstruction.
“We are excited to have Dr. Nenow join the WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center team and to continue improving the access to health care we are providing close to home,” said Sean Smith, vice president of Physician Enterprises and Clinical Integration. “With the addition of ENT specialty services here in Parkersburg coupled with Dr. Nenow’s years of experience, patients will no longer need to travel outside of our area to receive the Ear, Nose and Throat care needed for their family members.”
Nenow is board certified and completed his otolaryngology, head and neck surgery residency at the Medical University of South Carolina and an internship in general surgery at the same institution. He has a medical degree comes from Rush Medical College at Chicago.
Nenow began seeing patients Dec. 9 at his temporary location at 2012 Garfield Ave., Suite 1. For more information, call 304- 865-5535.
Camden Clark is a 302 licensed-bed, not-for-profit, acute care facility that serves an 11-county, 250,000 resident region of West Virginia and Southeastern Ohio.