DANVILLE - Carmen Crofoot, M.D., has joined Geisinger Health System as an orthopedic surgeon. She will see patients at Geisinger-Shamokin Area Community Hospital and Geisinger-Bloomsburg Hospital.
Prior to joining Geisinger, Crofoot most recently served as an orthopedic surgeon at Sebastian River Medical Center, Sebastian, Fla., since 2012.
Crofoot earned her medical degree in 2001 from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia. She pursued a residency in orthopedic surgery at Albert Einstein Medical Center (AEMC), Philadelphia, which she completed in 2006. Crofoot then completed an adult reconstruction fellowship in 2007 at University of Utah Orthopedic Center, Salt Lake City.
Board certified in orthopedic surgery, Crofoot was the recipient of numerous awards during her medical career, including the AEMC Department of Orthopedics' Milton A. Wohl, M.D., Resident Teaching Award, the AEMC Department of Orthopedics' Earl J. Marmar Musculoskeletal Research Award, and the American Association for Hand Surgery Best Paper Presented by Resident or Fellow Award.
Ashlee Smith, M.D., recently joined the staff as a gynecologic oncologist.
Smith earned her medical degree in 2006 from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
She completed an obstetrics and gynecology residency in 2010 at Geisinger Medical Center, where she was appointed chief resident. Smith then completed a gynecology and oncology fellowship at Magee-Women's Hospital of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in June.
During her residency, she worked as a resident reporter at the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists Convention and served on the Geisinger Medical Education Committee. While in medical school Smith was the recipient of numerous awards, including the Ruth Wadel Cathie Memorial Award, Sigma Alpha Omicron Award and The Alumni Association Award.