Physician Office Appointment Updates
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. You could be asked to return to your car and wait if there are too many people in the office. No guests will be allowed to accompany an adult patient with their visit unless that guest is vital to the visit (i.e. interpreter, family member of a patient with dementia or the patient’s direct caregiver). An adult will be able to accompany a minor child. 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.
Congratulations Dr. Sara Kovacic
Dr. Sara Kovacic has been named a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons (FACOS). She received this distinguished honor because of her surgery skills and demonstrated commitment to the practice of surgery.
Dr. Kovacic is board certified in general surgery and a partner at Henry Community Health Surgical Specialists in New Castle. In her practice she performs abdominal, breast, anti-reflux, hernia and skin cancer surgery. She also performs colonoscopies and sees patients at Henry Community Health’s Advanced Wound Center.
Henry Community Health Surgical Specialists
We want you to have confidence and trust in our ability to provide the right care for you when you need it.
Our Services to Care for Our Patients
Abdominal Surgery EGD Skin Cancer Surgery
Breast Surgery Hernia Repair Wound Care
Colonoscopy Acid-Reflux Surgery
Colorectal Cancer Is The Second Leading Cancer Killer In the U.S.
Get Screened Before Cancer Develops
If you are 50 or over, high risk or symptomatic, don’t put it off. Getting screened is the number one way you can help reduce your risk of colorectal cancer which is cancer of the colon or rectum.
A colonoscopy helps find precancerous polyps (grapelike growths) in the lining of the colon or rectum so they can be removed before they turn into cancer. A colonoscopy also can find colorectal cancer early, when it can be more easily and successfully treated.
Take our Colorectal Assessment Quiz to learn more.
To Schedule Your Colonoscopy or for more information, contact us at Henry Community Health Surgical Specialists at 599.3294.