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Camden Clark Medical Center honors residency graduates

WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center celebrated Internal Medicine residency graduations. Front row, from left, Steve Altmiller, president and CEO Camden Clark; Ethan Westbrook, MD; Swapna Thammishetti, MD; Palak Shah, MD; Daniel Shank, DO; and Michael Cheshire, DO, Internal Medicine, associate program director, outpatient clinic director continuity, third year osteopathic medical student clerkship director. Back row: Dustin Spencer, DO; Michael Iannetti, MD, program director, Internal Medicine; Walter Kerschl, MD, vice president and chief medical director. Not pictured, Morgan Scarpellini, DO. (Photo Provided)

PARKERSBURG — WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center celebrated Internal Medicine residency graduations.

Certificates of Completion were presented by Michael Iannetti, MD, FHM, Residency Program director, to graduates Morgan Scarpellini, DO, Palak Shah, MD, Daniel Shank, DO, Dustin Spencer, DO, Swapna Thammishetti, MD, and Ethan Westbrook, MD

Also, Saadia Iqbal, MD, was recognized as the Intern of the Year.

Dustin Spencer, DO, received the Dr. Jennifer Leavitt Resident of the Year Award.

Dina Assail, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, was recognized for Excellence in Medicine Medical Student of the Year.

Justin Spencer, DO, receives the Dr. Jennifer Leavitt Resident of the Year Award from Dr. Michael Chesire, associate director of the program. (Photo Provided)

Sarah Wescott, DO, was named Faculty of the Year.

Jennifer Leavitt, DO, was named the School of Osteopathic Medicine Central West Region Outstanding Primary Care Preceptor of the Year. Leavitt practices in Parkersburg.

Preceptors assist and provide guidance to the School of Osteopathic Medicine medical students in their third- and fourth-year clinical rotations. Each year, Outstanding Primary Care and Specialty Preceptor Awards are given to physicians from each of the seven Statewide Campus regions who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and mentoring.

Saadia Iqbal, MD, right, was recognized as the Intern of the Year. She received the award from Dr. Michael Michael Iannetti, Residency Program director. (Photo Provided)

Dr. Marla Haller, regional assistant dean of the School of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Jennifer Leavitt and Joan Gates School of Osteopathic Medcine statewide campus director, present Leavitt with the Outstanding Preceptor Award. (Photo Provided)

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