We Want Your Opinion On Our Community Health Needs Assessment
We need your help!! Our office along with Henry Community Health are helping lead a Community Health Needs Assessment for Cambridge City, Hagerstown and surrounding towns. By participating in this online survey you will be able to share your thoughts about local healthcare needs. After the survey is completed the local Steering Committee will review the results and make recommendations on priority items to pursue.
The survey will need to be completed no later than August 15.
The link below takes you to Survey Monkey which will analyze your answers to the survey on an aggregate basis—not by individual responses with your name attached. This means that your answers to the survey will be anonymous.
Cambridge City Family Health Partners Constructing New Building
Construction will begin in July on a new office for the growing practice at Cambridge City Family Health Partners. The new office will be located on the lot adjacent to their office at 415 East Main.
“Thanks to the community for their tremendous support, we’ve outgrown our current space. Constructing this new building will allow us to grow in concert with the needs of the community and expand our ability to meet future healthcare needs,” explains Brian Ring, Chief Operating Officer at Henry Community Health. The practice is part of Henry Community Health located in New Castle.
Ring explains the 5,000 square foot office building will have 9 exam rooms and a multipurpose room. Separate rooms will house lab and x-ray. “With this increased space we can expand our access for primary care and perhaps in the future add specialty care,” Ring continues.
During construction the current office will remain open. When the new building opens in early 2020 the current office will be torn down to expand the parking lot.
“As a lifetime resident of Fayette County, I have always felt blessed to be able to provide healthcare services to my friends and neighbors here in the Cambridge City office. With the recent changes in health services in the surrounding counties, it is reassuring that Henry Community Health has committed to investing in the area,” Billie Geise, MSN, FNP-BC comments.
“Our patients and staff really like the feeling of a small-town community setting. They also like having a provider in their hometown that offers extended hours,” says Rebecca Strunk, FNP-BC, who will soon be moving to Wayne County. “I am excited because we will now have x-ray and a separate lab area in addition to gaining a lot more space making it more convenient for both patients and staff,” she continues.
Cambridge City Family Health Partners cares for infants, children, adolescents, teens and adults. Their convenient hours are 8 am-7 pm Monday-Friday and 8 am-noon on Saturday. Same day appointments are available and walk-ins are welcome.
Experienced nurse practitioners Geise and Strunk are available to treat chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure as well as minor injuries and illness. They provide well-child care and school, sports and camp physicals.
Occupational Medicine services are available including, on-the-job injuries, instant and lab based drug screens, TB skin and flu tests, pre-employment physicals and employer based health maintenance and wellness exams.
Henry Community Health specialty care includes cardiology, orthopedics, ob/gyn, general surgery, wound care, pain management and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
“Being a part of Henry Community Health makes it easy for us to refer patients who need more specialized care to our excellent and highly skilled surgeons and physicians in New Castle,” Geise explains.
Henry Community Health has been recognized by Healthgrades for being in the top 5% in the nation for five years in a row for Outstanding Patient Experience. Becker’s Hospital Review has named them as one of the 100 Great Community Hospitals for 2016, 2017, 2018.
Our Experienced Nurse Practitioners Care For:
Infants, children, teens and adults
Acute problems such as the flu or minor illnesses
Chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure
Minor injuries and illness
Sports, school and camp physicals
Occupational Medicine Services
Consent to Treatment for a Minor
When you must leave your child, when your child must leave you.
Planning ahead: Consent to Treatment for a Minor
Also note copies are available for you to pick up from the office of your child’s provider or the Information Desk at Henry Community Health.