General Health & Wellness

General practitioner vaccinating old patient in clinic


Vaccines aren’t just for babies and young children. Adults also need to get vaccines. What are vaccines? Vaccines (sometimes called vaccinations or immunizations) are given

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Thyroid Disease

What is Thyroid Disease? The thyroid gland is located at the base of your neck in front of your trachea (or windpipe). The thyroid gland

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Sleep and Health

Sleep affects your mental and physical health. Getting good sleep helps boost your mind and mood and can help prevent health problems. Women are more

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Woman with drawn digestive system

Digestive Tract Issues

What are Some Common Digestive Problems? Common digestive problems include the following: Most common digestive problems are short term and easy to control with lifestyle

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Test For Diabetes, Woman


What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not make enough insulin or does not use it as it should. Insulin

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What is Depression? Depression is a common but serious illness. It is more than just feeling sad or upset for a short time or feeling

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Doctor using sphygmomanometer with stethoscope

High Blood Pressure

What is Blood Pressure? Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the blood vessels called arteries. The arteries carry blood

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Each patient is unique, and so is each appointment type!

Online scheduling is currently for ESTABLISHED May-Grant patients only. If you are a new patient (GYN or OB), please call the office at 717-397-8177 to schedule your appointment to ensure that your provider has enough time to address your needs.

If you schedule an appointment online as a new patient, your appointment will be canceled and you will not be able to be seen. A “New patient” includes those who have not been seen in our offices in the past three years.