A formal Open House to which the public is invited will be held Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the newly opened Maxwelton Medical Center, located in front of the main terminal of the Greenbrier Valley Airport.
The center is a part of the Rainelle Medical Center and the Open House is being hosted by the Maxwelton Ruritan Club from 4-6 p.m.
In addition to information on the current services and future services planned for the Maxwelton Medical Center, light refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded during the open house.
The Center is located currently in a mobile home, but construction has begun on a larger facility which will offer primary medical and dental services to residents of Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties.
The office is currently staffed by Dr. James David Scott, D.O., a native of Greenbrier County and a graduate of Greenbrier East High School and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Scott grew up in Maxwelton and previously had a private practice in Covington, VA.
Also on staff is Dr. Pam Butcher, D.O., a native of Webster County, who also graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. She is a former teacher in Nicholas County and has been with the Rainelle Medical Center for 12 years.
The Maxwelton Ruritan Club as the only civic organization serving the community from I-64 north to Savanah Lane is hosting the open house and encourages all area residents to join in the open house.
In addition to introducing the community to the Maxwelton Medical Center, the staff will also answer questions about the student medical centers at Greenbrier East, Eastern Greenbrier, Greenbrier West, Western Greenbrier, Midland Trail, Meadow Bridge schools and community, Summers County High School, the Rainelle Medical Center, the Alderson Medical Center and the newest center in White Sulphur Springs.
The Maxwelton Center’s official address is 390 Industrial Park and is the second left turn off the Airport Road to the main terminal of Greenbrier Valley Airport.