by Geoffrey Branham
Monday, September 21st, 2009
Greg A. Kiser, Chief Executive Officer of Three Rivers Medical Center, Louisa, Kentucky, recently announced that Brandon Webb, D.O., is returning to his hometown of Louisa-Fort Gay to practice medicine. “Dr. Webb has chosen to practice right here in our community,” Kiser said. “He brings a wealth of expertise in internal medicine and will provide friends and neighbors with quality health care. He is a welcome addition to the medical staff of TRMC.”
Dr. Webb is a graduate of Tolsia High School, Marshall University, and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, in Lewisburg. He completed his internship and residency at West Virginia University/Charleston Area Medical Center and is Board Eligible.
“I am very pleased to have Dr. Webb join our medical staff,” said Kiser. “He is an outstanding physician who has received training at one of the best medical schools and residency programs. He will be an asset not only to our hospital but also to adults in the area by providing specialized internal medicine services right here so that patients don’t have to drive to Ashland or Huntington.”
The son of Randy and Donita Webb of Fort Gay, WV, Dr. Webb resides in Louisa with his wife, Amanda, and their three lovely daughters. In his spare time, Dr. Webb enjoys golfing and reading. He stated, “I am very pleased and excited to return to my home community to practice medicine.”
Dr. Webb will be joining Three Rivers Medical Center and accepting new patients effective July 1, 2009. His private practice is located at 2673 Hwy. 644 Suite # 2 Appointments may be scheduled prior to July 1 by calling his office at 606-638-1154.