Dr. Thrush received his medical education at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr. Thrush received his fellowship in allergy and immunology while serving in the army at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He is board certified in internal medicine as well as allergy and immunology. Dr. Thrush, a native West Virginian, has been licensed to practice medicine in West Virginia since 1979. Before going into private practice in Charleston, West Virginia in 1982, Dr. Thrush was an associate professor and chief of allergy at West Virginia University. He is a clinical professor with the WVU Medical Center. Dr. Thrush resides with his wife in the Charleston area.
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Dr. Clark received his undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and his medical degree from the Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, West Virginia. He completed his internal medicine residency at the Charleston division of West Virginia University at Charleston Area Medical Center. He received his allergy and immunology fellowship training from the University of Tennessee in Memphis. Dr. Clark, also a native of West Virginia from the St. Albans area, is board certified in internal medicine and allergy and immunology, and joined our practice in 1996. He has been an associate clinical professor at the WVU School of Medicine since 1999. Dr. Clark and his wife live in Charleston area with their 5 children.
Sandy received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from West Virginia University and her master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh. She has worked with us since 1990. She grew up in Kingwood, WV. She received the 2012 Health Right Volunteer of The Year Award.
An allergist is a physician specially trained to diagnose, manage, and treat allergies, asthma, and other related conditions. After medical school, allergists receive several additional years of training. Board certified allergists have completed all of the advanced training, including an allergy fellowship, and are the best qualified to effectively determine what is causing the problem and how to best solve it.
A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who has advanced education (a master's degree) and clinical training in a medical specialty area. As advanced practice nurses, they provide nursing and medical services to patients, emphasizing health promotion
and disease prevention, as well as the diagnosis and management of acute and
Laurie graduated with her BSN in Nursing in 1995 from Marshall University. After working at CAMC for 10 years she earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Marshall University. She became certified as a family nurse practitioner (FNP) in 2006. She has been practicing as a FNP in the Charleston area since 2006.
Laurie was born and raised in Big Chimney, WV. She has been married for 18 years and has twin boys. She and her family reside in Pinch, WV. She enjoys spending time outdoors, camping, fishing, hiking and boating. She also loves going to the beach with family and friends.