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SoVaNow.com / April 23, 2014
Johnna S. Thomas, a physician affiliated with the Chase City Family Practice for the past ten years, announced “with mixed emotions” her resignation from the medical group effective June 11.
Thomas gave no reason for her resignation or any indication of where or when she might resume her practice of medicine.
In a letter sent to her patients, Thomas said, “I have enjoyed serving as your healthcare provider,” and “We hope you will choose to continue to consider Chase City Family Practice your medical home.”
Two physicians, Jasmine Weaver, who is completing her family practice residency at Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown, N.Y., and Theresa Metanchuk, who is completing her family practice residency at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Pennsylvania, have been hired in place of Thomas. Weaver will begin practicing with Chase City Family Practice July 14 and Metanchuk will start Aug. 25.
Randall H. Suslick, MD and nurse practitioner Janie Pealer will remain with the practice.
Chase City Family Practice is an affiliate of Halifax Regional Health System and its network of primary care offices including, Clarksville Family Practice, 115 College Street, Clarksville, Halifax Primary Care, 101 Aubrey’s Loop, South Boston, and Volens Family Practice, 15210 LP Bailey Memorial Highway, Nathalie.
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