Swain Family Care welcomes physician assistant Vicki McCormack
February 4, 2016
Bryson City, N.C. – Swain Family Care is pleased to welcome certified physician assistant Vicki McCormack who will begin seeing patients in mid-March joining Tammy Johnston, MD, David Johnston, MD, pediatrician Brooke Budde, DO, and certified physician assistant Danny Mingus. McCormack most recently practiced at the Swain Pain Center at Swain Community Hospital.
McCormack graduated from the physician assistant program at Butler University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in Indianapolis, Ind., completing rotations of study in primary care, emergency medicine, general surgery, neonatology, cardiology, and orthopaedics. Her medical experience includes working as an emergency medical technician and a laboratory technician prior to obtaining her physician assistant training. She holds a minor degree in psychology from Butler University. Before moving to Bryson City in 2014, McCormack practiced in specialty and primary care settings in eastern North Carolina.
Swain Family Care provides primary care to Bryson City and the surrounding regions with care for the entire family from pediatrics to geriatrics. To reach Swain Family Care call (828) 488-4205.
About Harris Regional Hospital & Swain Community Hospital
Harris Regional Hospital, established in 1925, is an 86-bed acute and specialty care facility serving Western North Carolina with more than 100 physicians practicing in locations throughout a multi-county region, including Harris Regional Hospital Medical Park of Franklin, an outpatient facility in Macon County.
Swain Community Hospital, established in 1950, is a 48-bed Critical Access Hospital serving a multi-county region with primary care, emergency medicine and subspecialty care including a pain clinic and a transitional care unit. Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital began an affiliation in 1997 and joined Duke LifePoint Healthcare in 2014.
About Duke LifePoint Healthcare
Duke LifePoint Healthcare, a joint venture of Duke University Health System, Inc. and LifePoint Health® (NASDAQ: LPNT), was established to build a dynamic network of hospitals and healthcare providers. The joint venture, which brings together LifePoint's experience in community-based hospital management and Duke's world-renowned leadership in clinical service, is strengthening and improving healthcare delivery by providing community hospitals the clinical, quality and operational resources they need to grow and prosper.