Kerri Hall, MD
Born and raised in the northern panhandle of the state, Dr. Kerri George Hall is a native West Virginian. She attended Bethany College for her undergraduate degree and Marshall University for medical school and residency training.
In 2007, Dr. Hall began practicing in Morgantown. Mon General Hospital has been her professional home since the beginning of her career.
As medicine advances, it is Dr. Hall's job to keep you informed of the most up-to-date treatments and recommendations so you can make healthy decisions. One of the most satisfying relationships in medicine is between an expectant mother and her obstetrician. Dr. Hall begins this relationship begins by making her patients feel comfortable in the doctor's office. Dr. Hall is committed to treating you with compassion and dignity.
Dr. Hall is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology.
Thomas Harman, MD
Dr. Harman specializes in evaluation and treatment of pelvic pain, endometriosis, abnormal uterine bleeding and infertility. He is an expert in minimally invasive surgery. He also offers in-office procedures to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding.
Dr. Harman attended medical school at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio and did his OB/GYN residency at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is board certified by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopy, the American Medical Association and the International Pelvic Pain Society. He is an associate professor of OB/GYN at WVU and is employed by Mon General Hospital. Every year since 2004 he has gone to the Dominican Republic with Midwest Medical Mission to serve indigent patients in that country.
Dr. Harman has many interests outside of medicine. He has been a beekeepers for 40 years, and currently keeps twelve hives. He helps his son, an organic gardener, with fields, greenhouses and a large flock of chickens. He is a potter, making functional and decorative wares with electric, gas and wood firing. When he is not working he enjoys spending time with Patsy, his wife of 40 years.
William Hamilton, MD
Dr. Hamilton began his career as a family practice resident and transitioned to an ob/gyn residency in order to deliver more babies.
He is certified with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a fellow with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and a member of the West Virginia State Medical Association. Dr. Hamilton completed his residency with the Wright State University School of Medicine, in Dayton, Ohio. He attended medical school at the West Virginia University School of Medicine.
Prior to moving to Morgantown, he completed a career in the United States Air Force, providing ob/gyn care on US Air Force bases in the United States and abroad.
Candi McCullough, MD, FACOG
Dr. McCullough was raised in Ritchie County, WV, and graduated from Ritchie County High School. She attended WVU-Parkersburg for one year and transferred to Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology.
Dr. McCullough earned her medical degree at the Marshall University School of Medicine.
As an undergraduate, Dr. McCullough worked as an OB tech in the local hospital, sparking her interest in obstetrics. She pursued an OB/GYN residency at WVU- Charleston division at Women and Children’s Hospital. Following her residency, she returned to Marietta where she practiced for five years.
When she and her husband relocated to Morgantown, Dr. McCullough joined Mon General Hospital Women's Health.
Dr. McCullough and her family live in the Cheat Lake area. She enjoys traveling and attending her daughters’ sporting events. Dr. McCullough’s eldest daughter in an equestrian and barrel racer, and her middle daughter participates in track and basketball.
Amanda Sherman, DO
From the small town of Maysville, W.Va., Dr. Sherman is proud to call herself a life-long West Virginian.
She attended West Virginia University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology, followed by her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her internship followed by a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Charleston Area Medical Center and is a member of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists She practiced in rural West Virginia for two years before relocating to Morgantown.
Dr. Sherman is married to a Morgantown native, Mark Mayle, MD, who practices Ophthalmology. She enjoys traveling, photography and outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, fishing and skiing.
Gail Rock, CNM
Jane Koch, CNP
Jane has been a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner since 1995. She originally started her career as an RN after graduating from Sheppard College with and Associate's degree in nursing. She then went on to receive her Bachelor's in nursing at George Mason University and then furthered her education by obtaining her masters degree and nurse practitioner certification from WVU.
Her nursing experience ranges from small hospital nursing in Preston county, to the children's department at City Hospital in Martinsburg and then the Pediatric ICU and Neonatal ICU at Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, WV. She started her CRNP career working mainly in obstetrics with a local midwife in Preston county, then gained experience in gynecology working in Somerset PA. Jane moved to Morgantown in 2002 and began working at a well-known gynecology office where she advanced her education in gynecology. She specializes in colposcopy, cryotherapy and the LEEP procedure for abnormal pap smears and birth control methods such as IUD's and nexplanon.
Jane, along with her husband Freddie and son Ross, live in the Cheat Lake area. Her hobbies include gardening, antique refinishing and sewing. Jane has a special interest in nutrition, health, exercise and overall wellness.