About Treah Haggerty
Dr. Treah Haggerty is the Director of the Rural Scholars Program for WVU’s Department of Family Medicine. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, medical degree, and Residency in Family Medicine all from WVU.
- MS, West Virginia University, 2016
Sedney, C. L., Haggerty, T. S., & Patricia Dekeseredy, R. N. (2018) A Short Weight Loss Intervention in a Neurosurgical Subspecialist Clinical Setting. (Vol. 9, pp. 492–495). Journal of neurosciences in rural practice.
Giacobbi, Jr, P., Cushing, P., Popa, A., Haggerty, T. S., hansell, A. H., & Sedney, C. L. (2018) Mobile Health (mHealth) Use or Non-Use by Residents of West Virginia. (Vol. 111, pp. 625–627). Southern medical journal.
Garg, R., Sambamoorthi, U., Tan, X., Basu, S. K., Haggerty, T. S., & Kelly, K. M. (2018) Impact of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma on visits to different provider specialties among elderly Medicare beneficiaries: challenges for care coordination. (Vol. 8, pp. 386–399). Translational behavioral medicine.
Haggerty, T. S., Cole, A. M., Xiang, J., Mainous, 3rd, A. G., & Seehusen, D. (2017) Family Medicine-Specific Practice-Based Research Network Productivity and Clinical and Translational Sciences Award Program Affiliation. (Vol. 110, pp. 287–292). Southern medical journal.
- CG-CAHPS Top Providers WVU Hospitals - (June 14, 2018)
- Action Plan High Performer - (September 23, 2014)
- Press Ganey Top Provider - (May 21, 2014)
- West Virginia University Department of Family Medicine Oustanding Faculty Scholar Award 2013-2014 - (July 1, 2013)
Dr. Haggerty has mentorship strengths in mHealth (mobile health), obesity and rural populations.
Patient Care Information
- Family Medicine
- Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine
Residency, Family Medicine
WVU School of Medicine, 2010