Two Harrison County Physicians Recognized for Work with State School of Osteopathic Medicine Students

By Connect-Bridgeport Staff on September 14, 2022 via Connect-Bridgeport.com

Two area physicians received recognition for their work with West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) students. 
 
Zachary Henry, D.O., received the 2022 Outstanding Primary Care Preceptor Award for the Central East Region of WVSOM’s Statewide Campus. Henry is a family medicine physician at United Physicians Care Salem Family Healthcare in Salem.
 
Jonathan Stanley, D.O., received the 2022 Outstanding Specialty Preceptor Award for the Central East Region of WVSOM’s Statewide Campus. Stanley is an infectious disease specialist at WVU Medicine United Hospital Center in Bridgeport.
 
Preceptors assist and provide guidance to WVSOM 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 WVSOM’s seven Statewide Campus regions who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and mentoring. These health professionals have also demonstrated a commitment to community wellness and service. 
 
There are 84 hospitals, clinics and medical centers across West Virginia and surrounding states that participate in WVSOM’s Statewide Campus system. 
 
Editor's Note: Zachary Henry, D.O., left, received the 2022 Outstanding Primary Care Preceptor Award for the Central East Region of WVSOM’s Statewide Campus, and Jonathan Stanley, D.O., received the 2022 Outstanding Specialty Preceptor Award for the Central East Region. The awards were presented Sept. 2 at WVU Medicine United Hospital Center in Bridgeport by Josalyn Mann, D.O., a WVSOM regional assistant dean.



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