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After Hours Care

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911, go to the Emergency Trauma Center at Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health or proceed to the nearest emergency department.

A provider is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for medical issues that cannot wait until the office reopens.  Please call our main number and the answering service will contact the provider on call.

Prescriptions and Referrals

By telephone:

For prescription refills, please provide:

  • patient name
  • date of birth
  • medication name and dosage
  • Pharmacy contact information (name, phone, fax)

For referrals, please provide:

    • patient name
    • date of birth
    • specialist name, test or service
    • Insurance plan and ID number
    • Reason for referral

    Insurance and Claim Forms

    We participate with most insurance plans and will submit claim forms on your behalf. For your protection, and to assure accurate billing, please bring your insurance card and identification with you to each visit. Please notify us promptly of any changes in your name, insurance coverage or contact information.

    Our staff will discuss co-pays and other payment responsibilities with you. 

    Co-pays and payments for office visits are expected at the time of service. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards.

    If you have a managed care plan, referrals are required to see specialists and for certain diagnostic test and procedures.

    Please feel free to discuss any insurance questions with our staff. 

    Hospital Admissions

    Our practice is proud to be affiliated with Abington Hospital (AH) and its highly qualified medical staff. Our obstetric patients deliver their babies at AH where over 5000 babies are born each year. Should women need hospitalization for other medical concerns, we have great confidence in the specialists, ancillary services and inpatient care. As a teaching facility, AH is committed to training the next generation of physicians and residents who may be involved in your care.

    Your OB/GYN Physician

    Obstetricians/gynecologists specialize in health care for women.  Physicians treat both healthy and high risk pregnant women, as well as provide gynecologic care for women before, during and after their child-bearing years.  They perform routine exams, assist in family planning, identify fertility issues and treat cancer, disorders affecting the female reproductive system and sexually transmitted diseases.  They perform surgery, such as cesarean procedures, major and minor abdominal and vaginal surgery and laser surgery.

    Abington Health Physicians

    Our Practice has earned the highest recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient Centered Medical Home.

    Patient-Centered Medical Home

    What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?

    A patient-centered medical home puts you, our patient, at the center of the healthcare team, to ensure that we always meet your expectations for high quality medical care. Our team, led by your primary care clinician, will coordinate all aspects of your health care, using the latest medical and information technologies. There is an enhanced focus on prevention to improve your health, and if you develop a chronic disease, begin early, effective treatment interventions. Our relationship with you will be based on trust, respect and shared decision-making.