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RANSON, WV -

Dr. Catherine Feaga and Jessica Roelkey, a certified physician assistant, have joined University Healthcare Physicians.

Feaga is a graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. She recently completed a residency in family medicine at the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta, Maine. 

As an assistant professor for the West Virginia University School of Medicine Eastern Division, she also will help train resident physicians and medical students. She primarily sees patients at Harpers Ferry Family Medicine.

Roelkey completed her physician assistant studies at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va., and she holds a master's of science degree in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. 

She sees patients in Ranson at University Primary Care Associates, located across the street from University Healthcare's Jefferson Medical Center in the WVU medical office building. She also sees walk-in patients periodically at University Urgent Care in Charles Town, another UHP facility.

Both Feaga and Roelkey have staff privileges at the medical center in Ranson.