Physician assistant Cowell returning to Montgomery County

Christine Cowell, PA-C, is returning to Montgomery County. FirstHealth has announced that Cowell will be working with Chrystal Eller, MD, in its family medicine practice in the Medical Arts Building at Montgomery Memorial Hospital in Troy.

Christine Cowell, PA-C, joins the staff of FirstHealth Family Medicine, Troy, N.C. in May, 2015. (FirstHealth photo)

Christine Cowell, PA-C, joins the staff of FirstHealth Family Medicine, Troy, N.C. in May, 2015. (FirstHealth photo)

Cowell started her medical career as a physician assistant with Robeson Health Care Clinic in Biscoe and remained there after the practice became FirstHealth Family Medicine-Biscoe. More recently, Cowell has been the health care provider at FirstHealth Family Medicine-Vass.

She will fill a vacancy created earlier this year by the departure of physician’s assistant Rob Thomas.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Christine Cowell to the Troy office, and back home to Montgomery County,” Dr. Eller says. “We know she will be a great addition to our team. She is dedicated to providing excellent quality service to patients. I have supervised Christine at both Biscoe and Vass, and welcome the opportunity to have her working by my side here in Troy.”

Cowell earned her B.S. in medical studies and her Master of Science degree in physician assistant studies from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She enjoys family practice with a special emphasis on women’s health care.

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