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Physicians graduate from Methodist Health's residency program

blog imageThree physicians have completed a three-year Osteopathic Family Practice Program at Methodist Health. The graduates are Brandon Chappell, D.O., John Lee, D.O., and Zan Lee, D.O. (pictured left to right).

Established in 2003, the Methodist Health Osteopathic Family Practice Program is a partnership with the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM) and is a member of the Appalachian Osteopathic Postgraduate Training Institute Consortium (A-OPTIC). The program provides practical hands on experience in a diverse environment designed to provide the highest standards of professional ethics and integrity.

Originally from Dawson Springs, Kentucky, Dr. Brandon Chappell completed his medical degree at Lincoln Memorial University. Dr. Brandon Chappell will enter an emergency medicine fellowship at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, Tennessee. Upon completion of his fellowship, he plans to return to Methodist Health as an emergency department physician.

A native of Paris, Tennessee, Dr. John Lee earned his medical degree from the University of Pikeville, KYCOM, and completed his third and fourth year clinical rotations at Methodist Health before joining the program in 2013. Effective August 1, 2016, Dr. John Lee will join Methodist Family Medicine – Atkinson, which is located at 1413 North Elm Street in Henderson, Kentucky.

Dr. Zan Lee earned his medical degree from the University of Pikeville, KYCOM. He plans to return to his hometown in Caneyville, Kentucky, to establish a private practice in family medicine.

For questions regarding this press release, please contact Brandi L. Schwartz at 270-831-7836 or bschwartz@methodisthospital.net.