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Dr. Carmen Piccolo Receives VCOM-Carolinas Preceptor of the Year Award

Carmen Piccolo, DO, with Pee Dee AHEC HPS Coordinators
Stephanie Flowers, MHA, and Lance Butler, MEd

Carmen Piccolo, DO, was awarded a Preceptor of the Year Award for 2017-2018 from the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Carolinas campus in Spartanburg.  The Preceptor of the Year award is given each academic year to one provider per medical facility, as nominated by both third- and fourth-year medical students.

Dr. Piccolo has precepted for Pee Dee AHEC for two years. He is extremely passionate about medical education and is always willing to precept students.  He is thorough and takes pride in his work, offering students quality hands-on time and other interprofessional opportunities during their clinical rotations.  Pee Dee AHEC is thankful for his willingness to precept medical students and is confident that he is giving each student the best clinical experience during their rotation.

Dr. Piccolo is a board-certified vascular surgeon with McLeod Vascular Associates of Florence.  He studied at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and then completed his residency at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he also served as Chief Vascular Fellow for General Vascular Surgery. 

For more information, please contact Pee Dee AHEC Health Professions Student Coordinators Lance Butler or Stephanie Flowers.

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