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Dr. Jamie Settles Carter and Cumberland Foot & Ankle Centers of Kentucky announce Carter as the newest physician on staff at Baptist Regional Medical Center, Cumberland Valley Surgical Center in Corbin, and Saint Joseph-London in London.
Carter is a podiatrist and podiatric surgeon who is trained in all aspects of foot and ankle surgery. She will perform repairs, reconstructions, and corrections on the feet and ankles, dealing with everything from severe bunions to badly broken feet which require surgery.
Carter is a native Kentuckian, born and raised in Mt. Vernon. She attended Eastern Kentucky University for her undergraduate studies and completed her medical education at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. After graduating, Carter completed a three-year surgical residency training program at the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Carter and her husband Jody reside in her hometown of Mt. Vernon.
Cumberland Foot & Ankle Center is located at 929 North Main Street in London, and at 1007 Cumberland Falls Highway in Corbin. They have additional locations in Somerset Monticello, Whitley City, Russell Springs, Danville, Stanford, Barbourville and Williamsburg. The practice treats all foot and ankle conditions in all ages. Carter along with the practice is accepting new patients. For more information call the office at 1-800-600-6740 and visit www.myhappyfoot.com. Cumberland Foot & Ankle can also be found on Facebook (Cumberland Foot and Ankle Center) and Twitter (MyHappyFoot).
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