Cambridge City Family Health Partners Adds Specialty Care

Convenient For Patients From Cambridge City, Hagerstown, Richmond, Centerville and Connersville

Additional specialty care is now available at Cambridge City Family Health Partners.


Henry County Cardiology cardiologist Dr. Christopher Hollon and cardiac nurse practitioner Dreu Doerstler, DNP, ANP-BC, AACC will see patients for evaluation of heart problems and follow-up care. Most diagnostic testing and specialty care such as the Pacemaker Clinic will be at Henry Community Health in New Castle which works closely with Ascension St. Vincent Heart Center in Indianapolis.


Appointments for patients with spine or joint pain will be available with Karey Davis, PA-C, LAT, ATC from Interventional Spine & Pain in New Castle. Karey will care for patients with low back and neck pain, sciatic, pinched nerves and orthopedic problems. In addition to examinations and consultations, she offers joint injections at Cambridge City. If further care is needed she refers patients to her partners Dr. Scott Taylor and Dr. Andrew Davisson or surgeons at Henry County Center for Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine for orthopedic care.


Dr. Bruce Benninger has been seeing patients in the Cambridge City Family Health Partners office since earlier this year. His personalized women’s care is tailored to meet the needs of women through each stage of their life. Call 478.4541 for an appointment. Learn more about Dr. Benninger and his partners at YourHomeForWomensHealth.

Physician Office Appointment Update

Please Wear Your Face Cover Which Could Be A Mask, Bandana or Scarf

All patients coming to an appointment with a Henry Community Health physician office should wear a mask or other face covering as a safety precaution. Our offices are following recommendations from the CDC and Indiana Department of Health. We are spacing out appointments and minimizing the number of patients who can be in our waiting rooms as another safety precaution for social distancing.  An office staff member will call each patient the day before their appointment to do a health screening and explain what they need to do when they come to their appointment.