Family physician Stephanie Dillon, DO, has joined Valley Health Systems, Inc., to provide primary care services for adults and children at Valley Health’s practice in Milton. She is now accepting patients.
Dr. Dillon returns to the Huntington area from Danville, Va., where she recently completed a two-year Family Medicine residency at Sovah Health-Danville Regional Medical Center. Previously, she completed a two-year medical residency with Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth, Ohio. She has a special interest in geriatric medicine but welcomes patients of all ages for their preventive care needs and for the treatment of both acute and chronic illnesses.
Dr. Dillon completed her Doctor of Osteopathy degree in 2015 at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, W.Va. She is the recipient of the WVSOM Alumni Association Roland P. Sharp Graduate Award, which is bestowed to a graduating student who exemplifies Dr. Sharp’s vision of holistic care and service. Dr. Dillon’s undergraduate degree is from Marshall University.
Dr. Dillon comes to Valley Health in anticipation of the health system’s expansion in Milton where she joins a primary care team that includes Thomas Johnson, PA-C; Artina Lane, MD; David Morris, FNP-C; Mathew Weimer, MD; and Christine Westfall, MD.