New Philadelphia Family Medicine Office Celebrates Renovations at PCOM
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New Family Medicine Suite Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

March 22, 2022

Kenneth Veit, DO, Peter Hotz, Jay Feldstein, DO, and Bourton Piper, PharmDKenneth Veit, DO, Provost, PCOM; Peter Hotz, CEO, vybe urgent care; Jay Feldstein, DO, President and CEO, PCOM; and Bourton Piper, PharmD, CEO, Roxborough Hospital

On Friday, March 18, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration for the new Family Medicine at PCOM healthcare center. Conveniently located on City Avenue, this newly-renovated space includes fifteen exam rooms and a dedicated space for mental health services.

Jay Feldstein, DO, and Larry Finkelstein, DO, cut the ribbon for the newly-renovated PCOM Family Medicine suite“For so many of us here at the College, Family Medicine at PCOM stands as a model of hope and healing,” shared Jay Feldstein, DO '81, President and CEO, PCOM. “Our expanded and reimagined space was realized through a $3.5 million dollar College investment and a Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant. It emboldens our work to provide patients in the Philadelphia community with access to quality care while addressing social determinants of health and healthcare disparities,” continued Dr. Feldstein. 

The event also included PCOM speakers Kenneth Veit, DO '78, Provost, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean, and Kristine Kim (DO '23), who spoke on the importance of Family Medicine at PCOM as a training facility for the next generation of physicians

Derek Barkley, a longtime patient of Family Medicine at PCOM also spoke at the event. “I have been a patient here for over 20 years,” shared Mr. Barkley. “I can say that a DO saved my life.” 

With a focus on quality and accessibility of health care for patients, Family Medicine at PCOM offers a variety of healthcare services, including family medicine, geriatrics, gynecology, osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM), pediatrics, mental health services and psychology.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, attendance for this event was limited. In alignment with the current guidelines for healthcare centers from the City of Philadelphia, all participants, guests were required to wear masks, as well as follow social distancing guidelines.

About PCOM Healthcare Centers

PCOM's Healthcare Centers were established to serve the medical needs of our community by providing a variety of quality and easily accessible healthcare services in one convenient location. From our board-certified family physicians to our specialists in gynecology, geriatrics, internal medicine, osteopathic manipulative medicine and psychology, we care for your entire family. Our doctors are osteopathic physicians, who emphasize health awareness, education, and prevention of illness and disease. We believe that the physician and patient are partners, working together to optimize your health.

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