Internal Medicine of Evangelical Hosts Public Open House

January 03, 2020


Internal Medicine of Evangelical, formally located in the Professional Office Building the Hospital’s main campus, is holding an open house on Thursday, January 9, 2020, from 4-6 pm, at its new location. The new practice location is in the shopping plaza adjacent to the Hospital campus at the end nearest the Weis gas pumps.

Internal Medicine of Evangelical continues to include the expert medical staff its known for, but in a new space that is modern and built to accommodate patients in a more efficient care environment. The practice welcomes existing patients and is accepting new patients as well.

Internal Medicine of Evangelical officially begins seeing patients at the new location on Monday, January 13, 2020.

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