Dr. Tamra Stall Joins Bath Community Hospital Medical Staff

Dr. Tamra StallHOT SPRINGS, VA – Today, Bath Community Hospital announced that Dr. Tamra Stall would be joining the medical staff in October.  Dr. Stall comes to BCH from the Greenbrier Care Family Practice in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.  Prior to joining the Greenbrier office, Dr. Stall spent 24 years at Duke Primary Care, Butner-Creedmoor Family Medicine in North Carolina as a family practice provider and served as the Medical Director where she supervised 8 providers and 26 staff members.

At Bath Community Hospital, Dr. Stall will continue her work in family practice in the Bath Community Physicians Group in Hot Springs as well as the supervising physician for the Hospitalist program.

A 1977 graduate of Alleghany County High School, Dr. Stall also received her undergraduate education at the Ohio State University and medical doctorate education from both Ohio State University School of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

“I am very excited to join the BCH family, mainly because the medical team delivers high quality care to a rural population,” said Dr. Tamra Stall. “Originally from this area, I’m looking forward to caring for my friends and neighbors and giving back to the community where I grew up.”

Kathy Landreth, Bath Community Hospital CEO, added, “I know that Dr. Stall is eager to make her mark here in Bath County. Her outstanding experience and education are very impressive, and I know she will be an excellent addition to our medical team for years to come.”

Dr. Stall and her husband reside in Alleghany County, and she enjoys spending time at with her family there as well as her grandchildren who live out of state.  She also enjoys spending time at Lake Moomaw, when she’s not busy caring for her patients.  She is scheduled to start on October 9th, and she is currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Stall, call Bath Community Physicians Group at 540-839-7197.

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