Carlisle Pediatric Assoc.

804 Belvedere Street

Carlisle, PA 17013

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Dr. Holly Hoffman is a graduate of the University of South Florida College of Medicine and did her pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, OH. She is board certified in pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is also a Consecrated Diaconal Minister for the ELCA, under call by St. Paul Lutheran Church in Carlisle and has begun a number of health-related ministries in that capacity. She has 2 grown children who live in Enola and Pittsburgh.  She lives in Carlisle with her cats and chickens.  

 

Dr. Deborah Raubenstine graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College and the College of Medicine of the Pennsylvania State University at Hershey. Her pediatric training was at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Raubenstine was born and raised in Hanover, PA. She is board certified in pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She lives in Carlisle and loves to go hiking through the various National Parks. 

 

Dr. Stephanie Waters grew up in the Harrisburg area. After graduating from Temple University she received her medical degree from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. After completing her residency at Palmetto Richland Children’s Hospital she remained in South Carolina and began practicing at Orangeburg Family Health Center. Dr. Waters is glad to be back in this area and enjoys spending times with her husband and three children. 

 

Dr. Teresa Frank received her B.S. degree from Ohio Northern University. After receiving her M.D. from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, she completed a pediatric internship and residency at Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis, Washington. She then practiced primary care pediatrics in Texas, Connecticut, and Minnesota for fifteen years before relocating to this area. 

 

Dianna Rudy, PA-C grew up near State College and now resides in Mechanicsburg. After graduating with a bachelor and masters degree in Communication Disorders from the Pennsylvania State University, she worked for several years as a clinical Audiologist. Her Physician Assistant degree was obtained from King’s College. She is certified by the NCCPA and is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 

Dr. Stephen Krebs – RETIRED 1-1-2017 after 40 years of being a Carlisle pediatrician. Dr. Krebs told us “I have been blessed with wonderful partners who have always prioritized the best interest of children in our practice. I am deeply grateful for the patients I have met and treated, the children I have seen grow, grow up and now become the adults impacting our community, and the parents who have had confidence in me over the years of my practice. Thank you so very much.”Dr. Stephen Krebs – RETIRED 1-1-2017 after 40 years of being a Carlisle pediatrician. Dr. Krebs told us “I have been blessed with wonderful partners who have always prioritized the best interest of children in our practice. I am deeply grateful for the patients I have met and treated, the children I have seen grow, grow up and now become the adults impacting our community, and the parents who have had confidence in me over the years of my practice. Thank you so very much.”

Dr. J. Lynn Hoffman - RETIRED 12/20/2018  Dr. Hoffman  was born and raised in Lancaster County, PA. After graduating from Messiah College and Temple University School of Medicine, he completed his pediatric residency at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY.  He began working for Carlisle Pediatrics July of 1981.  He lives in Carlisle with his wife and is an avid baseball fan. 

 

Dr. Eliseo Rosario, Jr.- RETIRED 12/21/2018  Dr. Rosario was born, raised and trained in New York City. After completing studies at Fordham University at Lincoln Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he  was commissioned in the Indian Health Service and spent five years in Montana and Oklahoma before joining Carlisle Pediatric Associates in July of 1987.  He enjoys working out at the gym and going to ballgames.

Dr. Elena Man - Career Change 9-18-2019 - grew up in Bethlehem, PA. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Medical School and completed her residency at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is board certified in pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Man is also on faculty with The REACH Institute teaching primary care providers research based, effective treatment for common mental health care conditions including ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression. In addition to general pediatrics, she enjoys teaching patients techniques to help them address concerns including anxiety, habits, tics, insomnia and bedwetting. Dr. Man lives in Mechanicsburg with her husband; having loved raising two kids, they are now enjoying an empty nest. 

THE PRACTICE

Office News:

 

After September 18, 2019, Elena Man, MD will no longer be seeing patients at our office. She has been part of our team since 1999 and is departing to focus her time on teaching, She wanted to express her heartfelt gratitude for the privilege of serving this community. We would like to thank her for all her years of service and wish her the best in her new endeavor.  

 

 

Our office closes for major holidays and "observed" holidays (which fall on a weekday) so our staff can be with their families. However, to better serve our patients, the office will have brief morning walk-in hours for EMERGENCY sick calls that cannot wait until the office reopens for regular hours the next day. Hours are usually at 10:00am on holidays. Call the office that morning and the recording will confirm the time of emergency hours that day. The only holidays the office does NOT open are Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

We see children in our practice from their newborn period, through adolescence and until completion of their schooling. If your child continues their formal education beyond high school, we will continue to provide medical care until they have completed their undergraduate studies. At that time, they are no longer considered adolescents and are better cared for by physicians with training in adult medicine.

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