Primary Care

Heart health begins with your primary care provider

Primary care provider for family

Quality Care

That's Focused on You 

Establishing a relationship with a primary care provider (PCP) is one of the easiest steps you can take toward a longer, healthier life. By partnering with one of the many experienced providers at Evangelical Community Hospital, you'll gain a PCP who becomes your heath advocate, keeping your heart healthy by routinely monitoring your blood pressure, cholesterol, and weight management. Their familiarity with your key health numbers can help them to spot heart disease and diabetes early, and when necessary, they can refer you to a cardiologist for more specialized care. 

Evangelical has primary care providers located in Lewisburg, Middleburg, Mifflinburg, Milton, Northumberland, and Selinsgrove. Find the PCP and location that best fits you and begin your journey toward better health today! 

Family Medicine of Evangelical

Primary care providers for ages infant to senior. 

Lewisburg

3 Hospital Drive, Suite 214
Lewisburg, PA 17837 
Professional Office Building
Office Phone: 570-524-4242
Fax: 570-524-4201

98 Reitz Boulevard
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Office Phone: 570-524-4443
Fax: 570-523-1855

7095 Westbranch Highway
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Office Phone: 570-524-5050
Fax: 570-524-5250

Middleburg

412 West Market Street
Middleburg, PA 17842
Office Phone: 570-837-6163
Fax: 570-837-7224

Mifflinburg

101 Meadow Green Drive
Mifflinburg, PA 17844
Office Phone: 570-966-1122
Fax: 570-966-1182

Milton

964 Carpenter Road
Milton, PA 17847
Office Phone: 570-742-2300
Fax: 570-742-6276

Northumberland

112 Ironstone Drive, Suite A
Northumberland, PA 17857
Office Phone: 570-473-0545
Fax: 570-473-7410

Selinsgrove

935 Route 522
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Office Phone: 570-372-6102
Fax: 570-372-6110

Internal Medicine of Evangelical

Primary care providers for ages 18 to senior. 

Lewisburg

7055 Westbranch Highway
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Office Phone: 570-524-4141
Fax: 570-524-5218


 


Frequently Asked Questions
How do I choose a primary care provider?
Check for In-Network Providers 
Go online or call your insurance company to find your list of in-network providers. This will ensure your insurance covers as much as possible for your visits and services. 

Determine Your Health Needs 
Do you have a growing family, or plan on having one? A Family Medicine practice can provide care from ages infant to senior. They are able to treat a wide variety of conditions. If you're more interested in a doctor that's focused on adult care and specialization, Internal Medicine may be a better fit for you! 

Consider Logistics
Choose a provider that you believe will work best for your schedule in terms of appointment times, location, and your preferred language. Being able to communicate fully with your provider will ensure you're able to get the best care possible. 

Ask Your Office the Following Questions:
• Who will see me if my provider isn’t available?
• Does my provider have experience treating my pre-existing medical conditions?
• What is the cancellation policy?
• How long will it take to get an appointment on average? 
• How long do appointments usually last?
• Can I get lab work and x-rays done in the office?
What does my primary care provider need to know?
Family History 
Make sure to ask your family members if there are any medical issues that run in your family, from heart issues, diabetes, blood pressure issues, and more! Your PCP will check if any of these medical issues have passed onto you. 

Vital Signs, Height, and Weight
Your PCP will check your vitals at each appointment to establish your normal range. This will signal when a potential issue arises that deviates from your average vitals. 

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
While you may choose not to disclose your sexual orientation or gender identity, any information provided will be kept confidential by law, and our provider will use it to better understand and meet your healthcare needs. Your healthcare team is also able to use your chosen name, regardless of your legal name status. Find more information here

Smoking, Alcohol, and Drug Use 
Your provider is a safe space for you to be honest about any chemicals you put in your body. This helps them to be on the look out for potential issues or negative interactions with medication. 

Safety at Home 
You will be asked a series of questions to determine if you are in a safe environment at home. Your provider can guide you to protective services if necessary. 

Mental Health
Your provider will ask if you have ever felt depressed, contemplated harming yourself, or are otherwise suffering from mental health issues. Being open with your provider will help them get you the correct diagnosis and treatment to be your best self!