The spotlight turns to the ladies as WVU Healthcare experts will discuss the latest in women’s health and more on the next episode of “Doctors on Call,” which will air live at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 11, on West Virginia Public Television.

During live interviews, Clay Marsh, M.D., vice president and executive dean of health sciences, will talk about the many adverse effects of smoking, and Zachary Zinn, M.D., from the WVU Section of Dermatology, will talk about skin cancer. In addition, Aaron Mason, M.D., from the WVU Department of Surgery, will discuss plastic surgery options.

“DOC Talk,” the call-in portion of the show, will provide viewers with the opportunity to ask questions of two WVU Healthcare women’s health experts – Laura Davisson, M.D., and Charles Hochberg, M.D.

The “It’s No Big Deal” segment will illustrate the importance of having a mammogram. Viewers will learn how to perform chair yoga during the “DOC Demo” and get ideas for healthy recipes during the “DOC in the Kitchen” segment. There will also be a “DOC Survey,” which will allow viewers to answer a health-related question.

WVU Healthcare physician Carl “Rolly” Sullivan, M.D., will host the show with Mahreen Hashmi, M.D.

Highlights will be tweeted live on Thursday evening (@DOCWVU). Viewers may also get updates, suggest topics and provide feedback anytime on Facebook (www.facebook.com/DoctorsOnCallWVU).

Now in its 24th year, “Doctors On Call” transitioned from a weekly, half-hour-long, live call-in show to an hour-long magazine style show last year. The new “Doctors on Call” airs quarterly. To see the last episode, visit the WVU Healthcare YouTube channel.