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October 03, 2005

Win joins internal medicine practice

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Dr. Maung K. Win recently joined Dr. Louis E. Coda at Potomac Internal Medicine at 45 Roadside Ave. Win and Coda specialize in conditions that include heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and thyroid disease. Also, both doctors offer annual health exams. Win will primarily see patients in the office. Coda will treat the office patients following their admission to Waynesboro Hospital. The practice is accepting new patients.

Prior to moving to Waynesboro, Win, a member of the Waynesboro Hospital medical staff, was a primary care internist at Springfield Medical Associates in Springfield, Ky., and a member of the Spring View Hospital medical staff in Lebanon, Ky. He completed his internal medicine residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. Win is a member of the American Medical Association, a fellow of the American College of Geriatric Specialists and a member of the American College of Geriatrics. He also is a member of the American College of Physicians and a member of the Burmese Medical Association of North America. To schedule an appointment or for information, call 1-717-762-2849.


Doctor joins university faculty

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The West Virginia University Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Division welcomes Dr. Philip Grove to its faculty. Grove is an assistant clinical professor at the Eastern Division and a board-certified pathologist in anatomic, clinical and cytopathology.

As a pathologist, Grove functions as a teacher, investigator and a diagnostician. As a teacher, he conveys his knowledge of disease to medical colleagues, trainees and medical students. He examines cells from fluids, aspirates, washings, brushings or smears to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. As a scientist, he uses the tools of laboratory science in clinical studies, disease models and other experimental systems to advance the understanding and treatment of disease.

Before moving to the Eastern Panhandle, Grove worked at AmeriPath Milwaukee as an anatomic and clinical pathologist. He received his doctorate of medicine from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., in 1996. After completing his residency at the WVU Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center in Morgantown, W.Va., Dr. Grove attended the University of Kentucky to fulfill a surgical and clinical fellowship.

Grove will have offices at WVUH-East (City and Jefferson Memorial Hospitals). He will serve as the medical director of Jefferson Memorial Hospital's Laboratory and a staff pathologist at City Hospital.

WVUH-East is a regional, not-for-profit, health-care system serving the Eastern Panhandle. The system includes City Hospital, Jefferson Memorial Hospital and related entities of both hospitals.

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