Appalachian Regional Hospital​​


Beckley Surgery Center


Plateau Medical Center


Raleigh General Hospital



MON - FRI   8AM - 4:30PM


What conditions do we treat?

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Affiliations include:

Dr. John M. Tabit

West Virginia Orthopedic Trauma proudly welcomes Brittany Hamilton, MPAS, PA-C.

Dr. John Tabit, a Fayetteville native, is proud to return to southern West Virginia and establish WV Orthopedic Trauma. Broken bones and joint injuries can happen to anyone at any age requiring highly specialized orthopedic care. Currently, Dr. Tabit is the only fellowship-trained orthopedic traumatologist in all of southern WV, bringing university-quality care close to home.

John M. Tabit D.O. graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine with honors in 2006. Following graduation, Dr. Tabit completed an internship and orthopedic surgery residency at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, a Level 1 trauma and tertiary referral center in Toledo, Ohio. Dr. Tabit also completed additional training at the prestigious Georgia Orthopaedic Trauma Institute in Macon, GA, where he received an orthopedic trauma fellowship designation in 2012.

(304) 410-0061

FAX (304) 410-0574

Brittany J. Hamilton, MPAS, PA-C graduated with her Master of Physician Assistant Science degree from Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA. Coming from Pennsylvania with several years of experience, Brittany is excited to join the WVOT team. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and licensed to practice in the state of West Virginia. 

  • Long bone fractures and injuries of the upper and lower extremities
  • Injuries to the hip, pelvis and acetabulum (hip socket)
  • Treatment and management of patients with multiple and/or complex joint issues
  • Pediatric operative and non-operative fracture care
  • Sports injuries
  • Complications from trauma such as: Osteomyelitis – infection of the bone; Non-union – failure of a fracture to heal within an appropriate amount of time; Mal-union – healing of a fracture but in an unacceptable position