The alliance will expand access to orthopaedic care for patients in Bucks and Montgomery counties and their surrounding areas Grand View Health and Penn Medicine have announced a new affiliation Read More about Grand View Health and Penn Medicine Announce
Orthopaedic Care Partnership
The pain radiates down your left arm. You’ve tried pain medication and physical therapy for a few months, but neither treatment reduces your pain. Surgery appears to be the only Read More about Neck and Back Pain: What Are My Options?
If you’re like most of us, you’re ready to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. And if you have a full four-day weekend off work, you’ve got plenty of time Read More about 3 Ways to Celebrate Safely on the Fourth
Most women see an obstetrician or gynecologist regularly. Some men (and women) may seek treatment from a urologist. But what in the world is a urogynecologist? Put simply, urogynecology blends Read More about What Does a Urogynecologist Treat?
You may love to laugh. But “leaking” when you laugh is hardly amusing. If sneezing, coughing, bending or exercising are causing you unexpected and sometimes embarrassing wetness or odor, it’s Read More about 3 Tips to Help Stop That ‘Leaking’ Problem
If you’ve been diagnosed with a hernia, you may wonder about the right time to seek treatment. The proper answer depends upon several factors. In adults, hernias may cause different Read More about When Do I Need to Treat My Hernia?
Congrats to the Souderton High School baseball team! Souderton defeated Central Bucks South this morning 6-3 to win
All hernias are not created equal. They differ based on the location of the hernia itself. Overall, a hernia occurs when an internal organ pokes through a hole or weak Read More about Have a Hernia? What You Need to Know
The following article, written by Grand View Health cancer surgeon Monique Gary, DO, first appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer on June 9, 2019. One area where LGBTQ inequity still exists Read More about Create Equity in Health Care
Imagine patients being able to watch a video or movie, listen to music and enjoy a stress-free magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) experience. That vision will become reality in June when a state-of-the-art MRI scanner goes live inside the Harleysville Outpatient Center