REFERRING PROVIDERS

Working together to provide high quality

We work closely with primary care providers.

The WVU Medicine Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health is an interdisciplinary initiative to prevent and treat obesity, diabetes, and related metabolic disorders across the lifespan. We work closely with primary care and other referring providers to provide well-rounded care for the patients we share.

 

Conditions we treat (all ages):

How to refer a patient:

To refer a patient to the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health or the
Healthy 4 Life Clinic for children and adolescents:

Call: (304)596-5038
Fax: (304) 596-0025

Address: 
1001 Sushruta Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25401

We accept all insurance and West Virginia Medicaid.

Please specify in your referral what services you are requesting for your patient.

OUR PROVIDERS

Emma Morton-Eggleston, MD, MPH
Endocrinology
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Sarah Moerschel, MD, FAAP
Pediatrics, Obesity Medicine
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James Field, MD
Endocrinology
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Rosemarie Cannarella Lorenzetti, MD, MPH
Family Medicine
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Mark Cucuzzella, MD
Family Medicine
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Jon Deiches, PhD
Psychology

Madison Humerick, MD
Family Medicine
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Catherine Feaga, DO
Family Medicine
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PRACTICE LOCATIONS

WVU Medicine Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health and Healthy for Life Clinic for Children and Adolescents
1001 Sushruta Drive
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Office: (304) 597-5038
Fax: (304) 596-0025

Harper’s Ferry Family Medicine
171 Taylor Street
Harper’s Ferry, WV 25425
Office: (304) 535-6343
Fax: (304) 535-6618

Women’s Health and Family Medicine
203 East 4th Street
Ranson, WV 25438
Office: (304) 728-6343

University Endocrinology Associates – Ranson
211 E. 5th Avenue
Ranson, WV 25348
Office: (304) 596-5038
Fax: (304) 596-5037

UHP Administration

University Healthcare Physicians

WVU Health Science Center- Eastern Division
2500 Foundation Way
Martinsburg, WV 25401

UHP Adminstration Staff

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