Paul Little, MD
Paul Little, MD is a physician Board Certified in Family Medicine. He also has extensive Addiction Medicine experience and has been working in this field since 2005. Dr. Little graduated from the Marshall University School of Medicine in 1994. He remained there for his Family Medicine Residency where he was voted Outstanding Resident all 3 years of his residency. Dr Little served as Chief Resident during his final year of Residency Training. After graduation, he served as a physician in the US Air Force for 4 years. This led to his compassion for helping veterans. Dr. Little returned to WV, after the USAF, where he became the Medical Director of Tug River Health, a consortium of rural health clinics. It is there where his interest in Addiction Medicine grew because of the widespread use of opiates among coal miners and loggers. To combat this problem, he started community outreach programs, 12 step meetings, and Medication Assisted Treatment clinics. His ground-breaking work was recognized at the state level and he was subsequently awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the Governor of WV at the time – now senator Joe Manchin. Currently, Dr. Little has continued his passion for helping those with alcohol and drug problems.