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We are accepting new patients!


                             OFFICE HOURS                             



  Monday - Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm with later hours if needed.


   are same day appointments. 

 Phones are answered starting at

7:30 am on Saturday and 11:30am Sunday

Hours are 8:30- 10:30 Saturday

            12:30-1:30 Sunday

 We ask that all non-urgent matters (forms drop off or pick up, etc.) are taken care of between 8am-5pm.

Thank You


We offer the new 2023-2024 formulation COVID vaccine to anyone 6 months of age and older.

 You don't have to be a patient in our office to receive the vaccine, as long as we accept your insurance.

           Please call today to schedule.


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  • NEW: Telehealth (consent form on "Forms and Downloads" page)

  • General Health

  • Prevention & Wellness

  • Immunizations

   Please note - We do not practice fragmented care. 

If you choose to go to an Urgent Care Center for your routine physical we will not be able to administer the corresponding vaccines due to risks posed by the lack of an updated history and physical exam in our files.

  • Work/School/Travel Exams

  • ADD / ADHD Disorder management

  • Adolescent gynecological exams

  • Minor surgical services

  • Mental Health Issues

If your child is under 18 years of age and is coming to an appointment alone or with someone other than a parent or legal guardian WE MUST HAVE an authorization to treat your child or they cannot be seen. 

The doctors are on the Consulting Staff at UPMC Carlisle and provide Emergency Room consultations when needed. Newborns are cared for by hospital physicians who coordinate care with our office when your baby is discharged. The hospital no longer has a pediatric floor. Our patients requiring inpatient care are admitted to UPMC West Shore, Hershey Medical Center, UPMC Harrisburg, or York Hospital and treated by pediatric hospitalists, with whom we maintain close contact. 

Carlisle Pediatrics is a Patient Centered Medical Home. For more information on our mutual responsibilities as partners in your child's health:

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