Penn State Health St. Joseph to expand presence into Western Berks County
Penn State Health St. Joseph to expand presence into Western Berks County Robesonia facility will open May 15th with family medicine, outpatient services
Reading, Pa., March 20, 2017 – Penn State Health St. Joseph will open its newest satellite location for physicians and outpatient services in Robesonia on May 15th. The health system will occupy the site of the former Giannotti’s Italian Kitchen restaurant at 410 E. Penn Avenue, Robesonia. The facility, currently undergoing renovations, is located across from Conrad Weiser High School.
Robesonia will be St. Joseph’s second satellite to open in six months and its 19th overall. Spring Ridge Health Corridor, on Keiser Boulevard in Spring Township, opened in December.
The Robesonia location will house a three physician family medical practice. Each of the physicians, Dr. Meredith LaManna-Gable, Dr. Robert Mandel, and Dr. Roland Newman is accepting new patients, including children.
The site also will offer EKG, lab services, physical therapy, and x-ray.
“We have a growing number of residents from the area seeking care through Penn State Health St. Joseph, so we are excited to establish a physical presence in Western Berks County,” says Mary Hahn, Vice President of Ambulatory Services and Business Development. “Residents now will have convenient access to our services where they live and work. As a high quality, low cost healthcare provider we look forward to better serving the health and wellness needs of the communities in Western Berks.”
A public open house is planned for Saturday, May 13th from 10 a.m. to noon with free health and wellness activities and refreshments. Giveaway items will be offered and there will be prize drawings. The public also can meet the doctors and staff, tour the facility and schedule appointments at the event. Beginning April 15th, the public can begin making appointments with the Robesonia physicians by calling 484-987-3456.Penn State Health St. Joseph Robesonia Information