Dr. Joyce

Dr. Joyce
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Dr. Larry Joyce
Clinch Valley Medical Center Laboratory
2949 West Front Street
Richlands, VA  24641
joyce@inetone.net

My name is Larry Joyce. I am a general pathologist at CVMC. I also have a clinical appointment as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Pathology at East Tennessee State University - Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, TN. 

I was born and raised in Richlands, Virginia a town of about 8,000 located in Southwestern Virginia. I graduated from Richlands High School in 1980, from Southwest Virginia Community in 1982 (AS Science), ETSU in 1984 (BS Chemistry and Biology; minor in psychology) and the University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine located in Kansas City, Missouri in 1989 (DO). I completed my pathology residency in pathology (AP/CP) at Quillen College of  Medicine located in Johnson City, TN in June, 1994. I was board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology in 1995. Following completion of my residency I accepted a position with ETSU - Quillen COM / James H. Quillen VAMC working for the two until June 1998. During that time my primary responsibility was directing the clinical rotations for the pathology residents. In early to mid 1998 I decided to accept a position at Clinch Valley Medical Center in Richlands, Virginia and have been working at the hospital since July 1, 1998 as an associate of Clinch Pathology Associates. My primary responsibility is that of performing the duties of a general anatomic/clinical pathologist in a small community hospital of about 200 beds.

I enjoy tennis, computers, teaching, reading, hiking, camping, music, volunteer work (AIDS related) and church.

From this page you will soon be able to llink to lectures, which are in the process of being updated for the year 2001, that I gave to the medical students as part of the pathology and practicing medicine courses at Quillen College of Medicine. Please note that the image links will open the image in your primary browser window, therefore, use your back button to go back to the previous page. The sites are best suited for a viewing resolution of 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 and are optimized for both Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator - versions 4.0 and higher. 

Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions or comments.

Lecture/Presentations:

        HIV Disease

        Adrenal Pathology

        Neuropathology

        Laboratory Testing

 
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