The American Health Council has cordially appointed Dr. Tiffany Brown, DO, as “Best in Medicine.” Amassing 8 years working in the healthcare industry, Dr. Brown is recognized for her achievements as a Physician, demonstrating particular expertise in Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Brown first became involved in her profession after participating in a summer program in Ohio, where she was fortunate to come across the opportunity to work in the state. She is proud to have become the first member of her family to pursue a career in medicine.
With a clear career path in mind, Dr. Tiffany Brown received her Bachelor of Science, BS, in Biology in 2003, before going on to attain her D.O. from The Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, in 2009. In addition, Dr. Brown has held an OH State License from 2013 through 2019 and a WV State License from 2014.
In her current capacity, Dr. Brown fulfils the role of Physician at the Charleston Area Medical Center and the Good Samaritan Hospital; where she has worked for the past 4 years. Daily responsibilities include her completing an array of tasks surrounding emergency medicine, providing treatment to patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, placing chest tubes, as well as stabilizing patients with gunshot wounds.
The CAMC Health System was created in 1984 to meet the challenges of providing the highest level of health services to West Virginians, pulling together several hospitals with a history of community service dating back to 1895. Nearly 7,000 people work for companies within the CAMC Health System at multiple sites. CAMC Health System is the non-profit parent corporation of multiple hospitals and health care companies.
In 1932, the Sisters of Charity established a noble mission that remains the cornerstone of Good Samaritan Hospital today. Good Samaritan Hospital is passionate about providing the most medical advances and latest technology to residents of south-west Ohio – meeting the region’s medical needs both today and into the future.
Reflecting on her professional accomplishments, Dr. Brown attributes her success to the extraordinary mentors and individuals who surround her, who she has had the pleasure to work alongside and learn from over many years.
In a continuous effort to broaden her knowledge, Dr. Brown maintains membership with several professional associations including; The American Osteopathic Association, The American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians and The American College of Emergency Physicians.
Looking to the future, Dr, Brown aspires to continue on her path of learning, adding to her already impressive academic background. With this in mind she also hopes to move into teaching residents.
Outside of work, Dr. Brown’s interests include reading novels and singing. Whenever possible, Dr. Brown also commits her time to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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Emergency Medicine Physician at Charleston Area Medical Center
- The CAMC Health System was created in 1984 to meet the challenges of providing the highest level of health services to West Virginians, pulling together several hospitals with a history of community service dating back to 1895.
- Nearly 7,000 people work for companies within the CAMC Health System at multiple sites. CAMC Health System is the non-profit parent corporation of multiple hospitals and health care companies.