The Center for Women’s Health has recently experienced some staff changes, and several physicians will no longer be with the practice as of January 1. The physicians departing our practice include Drs. Robert Berk, Neil Bluebond, Amy Harvey, Mark Kuhn, Natalia Miranda, and Anne Walker.
Our center’s top priority is ensuring quality, timely OB/GYN care in a comfortable environment for our patients. In the coming weeks, or as you have the need for OB/GYN care, we will be introducing you to our team of four new, highly skilled physicians and surgeons. These individuals are listed below, and you can click their photos read more about them.
All three female physicians focus on OB/GYN care. Dr. Stephen Cleary is dedicated exclusively to GYN and surgical care, and will be taking on most of our surgical cases currently scheduled for 2020. Our four nurse practitioners remain on staff and are also ready to assist our patients as needed.
We understand this announcement represents change, but we can assure you that our team is working diligently to ensure a smooth transition of your care.
For the last several months, we have been working to complete our new office build. While appointments will continue to take place at our current locations, our Langhorne office will move to a brand new, much larger space in February. The new office location is at 830 Town Center Drive, Langhorne (in the Bucks Town Corporate Center, across from Oxford Valley Mall).
Upon completion of the new office, we will host a Grand Opening celebration event, and invite all patients to join us to tour the new office, meet our new providers, ask questions, and enjoy light refreshments. Please stay tuned for more information, visit our website, and follow us on Facebook for updates.
As has always been the case, our focus continues to be on caring for women in mind, body, and spirit. We are grateful to have the opportunity to serve you, and hope to continue providing the care you need in the future.
If you prefer to transition your care to a different practice, we will support the release of your medical records, and can also help recommend a provider if needed. However, please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns, as we know you will continue to be in good hands with our team of providers.
To make reaching us on this matter easier, we’ve established a dedicated hotline. Please call us anytime at (215) 750-6611, Extension 316. We are here to support your health, as well as ensure your comfort throughout this transition. Don’t hesitate to contact us.
Center for Women’s Health