Dr. David Baltierra is currently the program director for the rural family medicine residency program at Harpers Ferry Family Medicine.
Upon completing medical school at the University of Michigan, Dr. Baltierra decided that in order to work with underserved populations, he should train in that environment. This led him to complete a family medicine residency of MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland and a fellowship in Maternal and Child Health at West Suburban Hospital in Illinois. His training included high risk and operative obstetrics, including cesarean deliveries, and the care of high-risk mother infant couplets.
With his newly acquired skills in family medicine and obstetrics, Dr. Baltierra spent four years in a migrant and community health center in Idaho, serving the needs of a rural Hispanic population while completing his commitment as a National Health Service Corps Scholarship recipient. His passion for teaching residents, especially to practice the full range od family medicine medicine in underserved environments, led him to return to an academic family practice strongly based in its community.
After wandering the country during his medical training and the world growing up as an Air Force “brat,” he ultimately feels at home here in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. He even has the opportunity to practice his fluent Spanish with soe of his patients. The mountains are not as high as in Idaho, but they’re always as beautiful and ever changing. Still caught between worlds, he and his family enjoys as much visiting naturally beautiful places in the U.S. as hopping on a plane or train and visiting family in Europe or NYC.
Dr. Angela Cherry is originally from Clarksburg/Bridgeport, West Virginia. She attended WVU for her undergraduate degree and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. She then attended WVU School of Medicine. Dr. Ogelsby completed her residency locally at Harpers Ferry Family Rural Family Medicine Residency, where she served as Chief Resident from 2004–05.
Dr. Cherry also completed a fellowship in Maternal and Child Health at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Illinois. She has a special interest in Women’s Health and Obstetrics.
Her hobbies include scrapbooking, traveling, drawing and playing with her dog.
Dr. Catherine Feaga has been providing holistic care to Jefferson County obstetrics patients since 2014. Dr. Feaga is an osteopathic physician who is board certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine and regularly uses her Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine skills. She completed her BA in Philosophy at Bryn Mawr College in 2000, moved to WV and worked in homeopathic pharmacy for six years prior to training at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Feaga completed her residency at Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in 2013 where she served as Chief Resident and simultaneously completed the University of Arizona Integrative Medicine in Residency program. She returned to WV in 2014. Since that time, she has focused on caring for newborns and pregnant mothers, as well as children, men and women of all ages. Dr. Feaga enjoys practicing preventive medicine and using traditional methods in pregnancy, labor and childbirth to ease the birthing process and help women achieve the type of birth they desire. She continues to develop her skill sets in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (particularly Cranial Osteopathy) and Functional and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Feaga enjoys providing care in a supportive environment like Jefferson Medical Center, and believes the care here is second-to-none. Her daughter was born at Jefferson Medical Center in 2015; “It was a beautiful experience and I trusted my team completely – it was a perfect environment for her to enter this world”.