Dr. William W. Willis is named primary care provider at Petersburg VA clinic - Martinsburg VA Medical Center
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Martinsburg VA Medical Center

 

Dr. William W. Willis is named primary care provider at Petersburg VA clinic

January 25, 2014

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – The Martinsburg VA Medical Center announced today Dr. William W. Willis’ appointment as the new primary care provider at the Petersburg VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in West Virginia beginning Monday, Feb. 3.

As the new primary care provider, Dr. Willis will deliver enhanced primary health care services, including annual physicals, cancer screenings, immunizations, and mental health screenings and referrals, to Veterans in the area. Petersburg Veterans will now be offered extended hours for appointments and also have a dedicated Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT). The VA PACT model of care is a comprehensive health care delivery system with a team consisting of a provider, registered nurse, licensed practical nurse and patient services assistant. 

“I’m looking forward to helping our nation’s heroes with their health care needs,” Dr. Willis said. “It is an honor to give back to our Veterans who have sacrificed for our great country.”
 
Dr. Willis completed his undergraduate studies at Concord College in Athens, West Virginia and his medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg. He has been in private practice since 1998 and served at numerous medical facilities across West Virginia and the country. A few medical facilities where he has practiced include Guyan Valley Hospital in Logan, Athens Medical Center in Athens and Ohio Valley Physicians in Huntington, W.Va.; Weed Army Hospital, Fort Irwin, Calif.; and Kentucky River Medical Center, Jackson, Ky.
 
Dr. Willis completed his internships and residencies in Family Medicine at Carson City Hospital in Michigan and Logan General Hospital in West Virginia. He is board certified in Family Medicine.

The Martinsburg VA Medical Center mission is to honor America’s Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. Located in West Virginia, the medical center offers a comprehensive range of services, including internal medicine, ambulatory surgery, audiology and speech pathology, dental, nursing home, nutrition, podiatry, prosthetics, women’s health, mental health, and rehabilitation medicine. With a service area of nearly 130,000 Veterans in West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, the medical center operates four VA-staffed Outpatient Clinics in Cumberland, Hagerstown, Fort Detrick, Md., and Stephens City, Va. and three contract clinics in Franklin and Petersburg, W.Va. and Harrisonburg, Va.