American Office Center, 423 N. 21 St.
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Penn State Health Neurosurgery at Geisinger Holy Spirit Suite 300: 717-763-2559
Penn State Neurosurgery at Geisinger Holy Spirit
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Penn State Health’s neurosurgeons and specialty providers provide clinical and surgical care to patients at Geisinger Holy Spirit. Penn State Health’s clinicians perform both outpatient and inpatient procedures while providing full-time consultative, emergency and trauma neurosurgery care at Geisinger Holy Spirit. Understanding the right approach for every condition and every patient requires a depth of knowledge and skill that Penn State Health’s fellowship-trained neurosurgeons possess. Using the most progressive techniques available — including many minimally-invasive or noninvasive procedures — we will develop a care plan that’s personalized for you. Our providers care for patients with:
o spinal conditions: degenerative and traumatic
o disc herniations, pinched nerves and spinal fractures
o brain trauma and tumors
o carpal tunnel disorders
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Earlier and later appointments may be available.
Our board-certified obstetricians/gynecologists care for women of all ages. They focus on the care and treatment of women’s reproductive organs and breasts, and provide care for women before and during pregnancy, while in labor, during and following childbirth, and those going through menopause. These highly trained physicians can also perform surgery and provide general health care for women. The Geisinger Holy Spirit OB/GYN staff has special expertise in:
o Routine and high-risk pregnancy care
o Gynecologic surgery
o Infertility care
o Midwifery care
o Natural family planning using NaProTECHNOLOGY®
o Menopausal management
Not feeling well? Call your primary care provider FIRST*
With same-date care including evening and weekend hours, we are your resource for non-emergency illnesses and injuries for the entire family.
We offer several options to provide care when you need it.
*Call 9-1-1 in a serious emergency.