What's New at Med-Surg
-Med-surg welcomes Dr. Margaret Staggers. Dr Staggers is now accepting patients for Primary Care and Woman's Health
-Dr Sangodeyi has received the honor of being RCMS new Vice President.
-Dr. Sangodeyi's Behavioral Health Inpatient program for woman will be opening soon in Mount Hope, WV.
At MSPG, our mid-level practitioners, under the direction Dr. Olu Sangodeyi, provide healthcare services to the community.
Our experienced staff at MSPG help patients overcome addiction and achieve a lifetime of recovery.
Dr. Olu Sangodeyi has over 30 years practicing as a surgeon treating his patients with compassion and care.
MSPG treats wounds that are difficult to heal.
Call Raleigh General Hospital's Wound Care Center @ 304-254-3047 for an appointment with Dr Sangodeyi.
To support patients recovering from addiction, MSPG offers counseling as an essential part of treatment.
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Our office provides 24hr on call service. Emergencies that are life threatening should report to the nearest emergency room or call 911 for immediate assistance.
Dr. Olu Sangodeyi’s mission at home in southern West Virginia is to re-grow the multi-specialty practice, formerly known as Med-Surg Group, now renamed Med-Surg Physician Group, located in Beckley, WV.
Dr. Sangodeyi is actively recruiting physicians to make the former 28-physician group a significant contributor to area health care once again. He is pictured here with patient Josh Epling and Epling’s father, Randel, and mother, Donna. Sangodeyi had the privilege of giving Josh the good news that his cancer had not returned. To see full story click here.
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