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A man in his early twenties is sitting cross-legged on the floor with an open laptop on the floor in front of him. He is looking at the camera and smiling, doing a thumbs-up sign. A banner says Congratulation Rebecca Bassett, MD, FAAFP - Degree of Fellow Awarded 2023. A photo of Dr. Bassett is also included.
Rebecca Bassett, MD, a physician at Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists in Greensboro, has been awarded the Degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the national medical association representing nearly 127,600 family physicians, residents and medical students. She is one of about 18,000 nationally who have received this recognition, honoring physicians who have distinguished themselves through extensive continuing medical education, participation in public service programs outside their medical practice, conducting original research, and serving as a teacher in family medicine. AAFP Fellowship entitles Dr. Bassett to use the honorary designation, "Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians," or "FAAFP." Dr. Bassett, who earned sports medicine certification after completing her family medicine degree, sees patients for non-surgical orthopedics issues at Murphy Wainer.

DR. BASSETT AWARDED DEGREE OF FELLOW BY AAFP

Dr. Dax Varkey is featured in UNCG’s See It To Be It Series (opens in a new tab/window), an initiative started at UNC Greensboro that creates and disseminates informational web-based videos about high social mobility career paths to middle and high school students in Guilford County, North Carolina.
Ray Davis and Mark White, who both work as Murphy Wainer outreach athletic trainers at Southeast Guilford High School, were awarded the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association 2020 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award.

DR. VARKEY IN UNCG OUTREACH INITIATIVE

“MOST DISTINGUISHED” ATHLETIC TRAINERS RAY DAVIS AND MARK WHITE

ATHLETIC TRAINER LINDSAY BRADDOCK HONORED FOR SAVING STUDENT’S LIFE

High school football player Taevone Johnson stands in the hallway of his school, between assistant coach Chuck Mardis and athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock Lindsay Braddock posing with her award at a NC Athletic Trainers Association event
Athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock, who works on the Page High School campus as an outreach employee of Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists, and assistant coach Chuck Mardis were recognized at a Guilford County Board of Education meeting for their efforts to save the life of 18-year-old Taevone Johnson who collapsed during football practice. Read the full story from the front page of the News & Record. Lindsey Braddock was also honored by pro football’s 101 Awards and by the N.C. Athletic Trainers’ Association for her help in saving the football player’s life. Read the full article.
Patty Isley, a longtime employee of Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists, was recently selected as North Carolina’s Athletic Trainer of the Year by the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association. The award recognizes a member of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association who has demonstrated an “exceptional commitment to leadership, volunteer service, advocacy, and distinguished professional service.” As part of her job duties at Murphy Wainer, Patty serves as the athletic trainer for Rockingham County High School – a position she has held for 20 years.

ATHLETIC TRAINER PATTY ISLEY RECEIVES NCADA AWARD

Headshot of athletic trainer Patty Isley

LEADING-EDGE CARE FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY

Advertising photo showing a teenage girl, her dad, and her grandfather, who are all patients of Murphy Wainer Orthopedics. The caption says, 'Three generations. One orthopedist.'
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists provides leading-edge care for everyone in the family – all ages with all types of orthopedic conditions. Three generations of the Dodson family who got help staying active at Murphy Wainer are featured in our ad in the September issue of Our State magazine. “They are genuinely concerned about your personal goals and your long-term health,” says Jay Dodson. See the ad here (link opens in a new tab or window).
Mark White is currently one of the Athletic Trainers at Southeast Guilford High School in Greensboro North Carolina. He was employed as a Teacher and Athletic Trainer in the Guilford County School System since 1985. Mark is now retired but working as an outreach Athletic Trainer to Southeast Guilford High School for Murphy- Wainer Orthopedics. Mark served the North Carolina Athletic Trainers Association for 30 years as the District 5 Representative, Vice President and as the NCATA State President from 2001-2007. From 2013-2018 he was the Executive Director of the ATNCPAC. He is the curator of the NCATA Hall of Fame and currently serves as the District 3 NATAPAC Representative. He was a 2015 inductee into the NCATA Hall of Fame and received the MAATA MDAT award in 2011.
MID-ATLANTIC AATHLETIC TRAINERS ASSOCIATION 2020 HALL OF FAME RECIPENT MARK WINFREE
Headshot of Mark White
MID-ATLANTIC ATHLETIC TRAINERS ASSOCIATION 2020 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award Recipient
RAY DAVIS, M.S.S., LAT, ATC Athletic Trainer Southeast Guilford High School Greensboro, NC
Headshot of Ray Davis
A man in his early twenties is sitting cross-legged on the floor with an open laptop on the floor in front of him. He is looking at the camera and smiling, doing a thumbs-up sign.
ON-SITE
AFTER HOURS ORTHOPEDIC
A drawing of a patient lying on a physical therapy table while a therapist helps him work on his leg exercises.
A drawing of a patient on crutches standing next to a physician with a clipboard
COPYRIGHT © MURPHY WAINER ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WEB DEVELOPMENT BY A BETTER WEB, INC.

Murphy Wainer

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A banner says Congratulation Rebecca Bassett, MD, FAAFP - Degree of Fellow Awarded 2023. A photo of Dr. Bassett is also included.
Rebecca Bassett, MD, a physician at Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists in Greensboro, has been awarded the Degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the national medical association representing nearly 127,600 family physicians, residents and medical students. She is one of about 18,000 nationally who have received this recognition, honoring physicians who have distinguished themselves through extensive continuing medical education, participation in public service programs outside their medical practice, conducting original research, and serving as a teacher in family medicine. AAFP Fellowship entitles Dr. Bassett to use the honorary designation, "Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians," or "FAAFP." Dr. Bassett, who earned sports medicine certification after completing her family medicine degree, sees patients for non-surgical orthopedics issues at Murphy Wainer.

DR. BASSETT AWARDED

DEGREE OF FELLOW BY AAFP

Dr. Dax Varkey is featured in UNCG’s See It To Be It Series (opens in a new tab/window), an initiative started at UNC Greensboro that creates and disseminates informational web-based videos about high social mobility career paths to middle and high school students in Guilford County, North Carolina.
Ray Davis and Mark White, who both work as Murphy Wainer outreach athletic trainers at Southeast Guilford High School, were awarded the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers Association 2020 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award.

DR. VARKEY IN UNCG

OUTREACH INITIATIVE

“MOST DISTINGUISHED”

ATHLETIC TRAINERS RAY DAVIS

AND MARK WHITE

ATHLETIC TRAINER LINDSAY

BRADDOCK HONORED FOR SAVING

STUDENT’S LIFE

High school football player Taevone Johnson stands in the hallway of his school, between assistant coach Chuck Mardis and athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock
Athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock, who works on the Page High School campus as an outreach employee of Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists, and assistant coach Chuck Mardis were recognized at a Guilford County Board of Education meeting for their efforts to save the life of 18-year-old Taevone Johnson who collapsed during football practice. Read the full story from the front page of the News & Record. Lindsey Braddock was also honored by pro football’s 101 Awards and by the N.C. Athletic Trainers’ Association for her help in saving the football player’s life. Read the full article.
Patty Isley, a longtime employee of Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists, was recently selected as North Carolina’s Athletic Trainer of the Year by the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association. The award recognizes a member of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association who has demonstrated an “exceptional commitment to leadership, volunteer service, advocacy, and distinguished professional service.” As part of her job duties at Murphy Wainer, Patty serves as the athletic trainer for Rockingham County High School – a position she has held for 20 years.

ATHLETIC TRAINER

PATTY ISLEY RECEIVES

NCADA AWARD

Headshot of athletic trainer Patty Isley

LEADING-EDGE CARE FOR

EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY

Advertising photo showing a teenage girl, her dad, and her grandfather, who are all patients of Murphy Wainer Orthopedics. The caption says, 'Three generations. One orthopedist.'
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists provides leading-edge care for everyone in the family – all ages with all types of orthopedic conditions. Three generations of the Dodson family who got help staying active at Murphy Wainer are featured in our ad in the September issue of Our State magazine. “They are genuinely concerned about your personal goals and your long-term health,” says Jay Dodson. See the ad here (link opens in a new tab or window).
Mark White is currently one of the Athletic Trainers at Southeast Guilford High School in Greensboro North Carolina. He was employed as a Teacher and Athletic Trainer in the Guilford County School System since 1985. Mark is now retired but working as an outreach Athletic Trainer to Southeast Guilford High School for Murphy- Wainer Orthopedics. Mark served the North Carolina Athletic Trainers Association for 30 years as the District 5 Representative, Vice President and as the NCATA State President from 2001-2007. From 2013-2018 he was the Executive Director of the ATNCPAC. He is the curator of the NCATA Hall of Fame and currently serves as the District 3 NATAPAC Representative. He was a 2015 inductee into the NCATA Hall of Fame and received the MAATA MDAT award in 2011.
MID-ATLANTIC AATHLETIC TRAINERS ASSOCIATION 2020 HALL OF FAME RECIPENT MARK WINFREE
Headshot of Mark White
MID-ATLANTIC ATHLETIC TRAINERS ASSOCIATION 2020 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award Recipient
RAY DAVIS, M.S.S., LAT, ATC Athletic Trainer Southeast Guilford High School Greensboro, NC
Headshot of Ray Davis
Lindsay Braddock posing with her award at a NC Athletic Trainers Association event
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