Barbour Community Health Association is pleased to welcome Carol Everson, PA-C to Barbour Quick Care.


Barbour Community Health Association is pleased to welcome Carol Everson, PA-C to Barbour Quick Care

Barbour Community Health Association is pleased to welcome Carol Everson, PA-C to Barbour Quick Care.

Carol has invested 16 years into clinical practice as a board-certified Physician Assistant. She is an alumna of Alderson-Broaddus, where she received her Master of Science in the Physician Assistant program. She also holds certifications in injection therapy, including joint injections and trigger point injections to build her skills in pain management. She has also been certified in musculoskeletal ultrasounds.

Some of Carol’s strengths as a provider include her ability to empathize with her patients and any conditions they might be experiencing. She brings a hunger for knowledge within her position, she is always reaching and researching to build her base of medical knowledge to be able to truly explain to her patients the importance of how and why to take care of themselves based on the conditions they have.

“My career goal is to build a “tool belt” of skills that I can pull from for any case that comes to my door. I’m serious about resolving cases that come my way. I truly believe that I have been given the privilege to learn the practice of medicine and every one of us who practices should have the same goal of enhancing our patients’ life through tremendous healthcare,” says Everson.

She is passionate about working at Barbour Quick Care, because she enjoys the pace of work. She enjoys staying busy professionally and personally. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, kayaking, cooking, and volunteering on missions.


About the Barbour Community Health Association

Belington and Myers Clinics are federally qualified health centers that provide medical and behavioral health care and wellness programs to patients with insurance, Medicare and/or Medicaid, and for those without health insurance through the clinic’s Health Access program.


The organization also operates Belington Wellness Center, Brandon Wellness Center, Philippi Wellness Center, and AB Wellness Center. Belington Wellness Center is located adjacent to Belington Medical Clinic and offers a wide variety of exercise equipment, exercise programs, and a swimming pool. Brandon Wellness Center is a school-based health center that offers a variety of nursing, preventive and acute care, and medical and behavioral health services to the students and staff at Philip Barbour High School. Brandon School-Based Health Services are offered to all Barbour County School students and families. AB Wellness Center offers acute and chronic medical services to all currently enrolled Alderson Broaddus University students and staff. The Philippi Wellness Center is located at 22 Columbia Street and has services designed to improve physical condition and health through exercise equipment and periodic workshops and seminars.


For more information, visit Barbour Community Health Association’s website at

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