We believe in whole health
Family Medical Care services
- Women’s health
- Annual exams
- Breast cancer screening/mammogram referral
- Cervical cancer screening (pap smear)
- Colorectal cancer screening
- Free or low cost gynecologic care for women who qualify
- Menopause education and guidance
- PCOS care
- Sexual health
- Same-day care for gynecological issues or concerns like vaginal discharge, painful or irregular period / STI screening/rapid HIV test / Pregnancy test and confirmation of pregnancy (please call ahead)
- Family planning
- Birth control options, guidance, and safety
- Planning for a healthy pregnancy
- Fertility guidance
- Prenatal care
- Pregnancy care
- Prenatal and postpartum care, including maternal-child couplet care with your provider after birth for at least the first months
- Community partnerships for opioid use disorder before, during, and after pregnancy
- Pediatric care
- Young child care
- Teen care
- Primary family care for all ages & stages
- Health screenings
- Well Child Checks
- Chronic disease management
- Nutrition services
- Urgent care
- Newcomer care
- Plain community care
- LGBTQ+ community care & gender-affirming hormone therapy
- On-site pharmacy access
- Immunization clinics (2022 immunization schedule)
- Health counseling, education, and guidance
- Referrals for specialty medical care
- Women’s health
Where to go when you need care
Knowing where to go for care can make a difference in how much you pay, how long you wait, and the care & treatment you get. Cost of care & treatment is based on the type of healthcare facility you go to – not just your injury or sickness. Your Primary Care Provider will usually be the cheapest option. Next is Urgent Care. The Emergency Room is the most expensive option for care & treatment.
Primary Care Provider/Pediatrician ($)
Your first call for care when you can make a daytime appointment.
Best for wellness screenings, immunizations, chronic conditions, sickness, and other non-emergency concerns & issues. If you experience an urgent medical issue when the office is closed, call 717-299-6371 to talk to the on-call provider who can give you medical advice over the phone.
Urgent Care ($$)
Best for non-life-threatening concerns & issues when your primary care provider is unavailable.
Mostly during evening and weekend hours.
Emergency Room ($$$)
Available 24/7 for medical emergencies like chest pain, trouble breathing, large wounds, or broken bones.