- MD, WVU School of Medicine, 1985
- RPh, WVU School of Pharmacy, 1980
About Jeffrey Ashley
Jeffrey Ashley, MD is an associate professor of family medicine at West Virginia University’s Charleston Division, as well as medical director of Adult Outpatient Services and chair of the WVU Department of Family Medicine.
A graduate of the WVU School of Pharmacy in 1980, and practiced as a retail pharmacist in Kingwood, WV in 1980 and 1981. He graduated from the WVU School of Medicine in 1985, and completed his residency at Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, W. Va.
Upon joining the faculty of the West Virginia University Charleston Division’s department of family medicine in 1988, Dr. Ashley established a Sissonville rural practice in 1988 and in Clendenin in 1989. He served as program director from 1992 to 1999 and assumed his current role as chair of the department in 1996.
Dr. Ashley has provided coverage for Prestera Crisis Residential Unit, a dual diagnosis short term inpatient unit, since 2006, and initiated and maintained medication assisted treatment program for opiate abuse at Prestera in Dunbar and Danville from 2008 to present.
Dr. Ashley most recently obtained Board Certification in Addiction Medicine in 2014 and became a Fellow in 2016.
Patient Care Information
- Family Medicine
Residency, Charleston Area Medical Center
Charleston, WV, 1988