Greg Elkins, MD; Medical Director

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Greg Elkins, MD:  Hamlin

Greg Elkins is a 1988 graduate of Marshall University School of Medicine and he completed his residency at Marshall University School of Medicine where he was Chief Resident.

He is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the AMA. Dr. Elkins came to Lincoln Primary Care Center in 1991 and has been its Medical Director for over 20 years.

In addition to his patient care and administrative responsibilities he serves as an Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Community Health at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, teaching students and residents at LPCC. Dr. Elkins also has a special interest in Sports Medicine and has served as Team Physician for Lincoln County Schools for over 25 years.

As another part of his Sports Medicine interest he has been a member of the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission’s Sports Medicine Committee and has Chaired the WV Academy of Family Practice’s Sports Medicine Committee since the 1980s. Most recently he has served on the National Federation of High School Associations Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, working on sports medicine policy regarding concussion, heat illness, skin issues in sports and other problems.

Dr. Elkins is a Hamlin native and lives there with his wife Joanna. They have 2 daughters, Jessica and Rachel.

George McKay, MD

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George McKay, MD:  Hamlin

Dr. McKay completed his undergraduate degree at Ohio Dominican College, Columbus, OH and received his medical degree from Marshall University. Post graduate training was completed with the Department of Internal Medicine, Marshall University School of Medicine, where he was president of the Internal Medicine Residency Association. Presently Dr. McKay is the director of the Emergency Medicine Department at Lincoln Primary Care Center and serves as a clinical professor at Lincoln Primary Care Center, Hamlin, WV.

Courtney Reynolds, PA-C

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Courtney Reynolds, PA-C:  Hamlin, Salt Rock

Ms. Reynolds graduated from Mountain State University with a Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant and from Marshall University with a Master’s in Business Administration.

She is a CPR Instructor and a Certified Medical Examiner for DOT physicals.

Courtney has been with Lincoln Primary Care for 9 ½ years as Family Practice Physician Assistant and Clinical Director.

Lucia Soltis, MD

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Lucia Soltis, MD:  Hamlin

Lucia Soltis graduated from St. Vincent College and Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University.

She is Board Certified in Family Medicine.

Dr. Soltis has been a member of the Lincoln Primary Care Center physician team since 2011.

Dr. Soltis volunteers on the sidelines of the LCHS football team as part of the medical team.

She plays Viola with the Marshall University Orchestra, and in Fall 2016, will be playing with the World Doctors Orchestra.

Robert Walker, MD

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Robert Walker, MD:  Hamlin

Dr. Robert B. Walker has provided primary care in West Virginia for 41 years at Lincoln Primary Care Center in Hamlin and was one of the two founding physicians. He is American Board Certified in Family Medicine (ABFM), Preventive Medicine (ABPM), Occupational Medicine and Geriatrics (CAQ). He served as the Chairman of Family Medicine and the Associate Dean of Marshall University Medical School for many years. He has published many scientific articles and book chapters. He currently serves as Vice-Chancellor for Health Sciences for the state of West Virginia in addition to his Lincoln County medical practice.

He is currently the Vice-Chancellor for Health Sciences for the state of West Virginia.  He is Board Certified in Family Medicine (ABFM), Preventive Medicine (ABPM), and Geriatrics (CAQ) and holds a Master’s degree in community health.

He is a graduate of the University of Florida, both undergraduate and medical school and holds a Master’s degree in community health.

Dr. Walker was named the Rural Health Teacher of the year for the Nation and was recognized as a “Distinguished West Virginian”, the state’s highest honor.