Physicians of Suburban Primary Care Join Crozer-Keystone Health Network
SPRINGFIELD, Pa— Crozer-Keystone Health System is pleased to announce that the physicians of Suburban Primary Care have joined the Crozer-Keystone Health Network and are accepting new patients.
The practice consists of David Asbel, D.O.; Anthony Cincotta, D.O.; Michael Glowacki, M.D.; Annamarie Lammendola, D.O. and Joseph Reitano Jr., M.D. Drs. Asbel, Cincotta and Lammendola earned their osteopathic medical degrees from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Glowacki earned his medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine, in Grenada, British West Indies, and Dr. Reitano earned his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia.
The physicians of Suburban Primary Care offer services to meet the general health needs of adults. From basic checkups to chronic disease management (such as diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure), the trusted and personal brand of primary care medicine that you have been looking for is right here in your neighborhood.
For your convenience, the practice offers extended office hours (including evenings) and plenty of free parking. All major insurance plans are accepted, and the office is conveniently accessible by public transportation.
To schedule as an appointment with one of the physicians of Suburban Primary Care, please call (610) 356-0300. The office is located at 3475 West Chester Pike, Suite 200, in Newtown Square.
The nearly 300 community-based physicians of the Crozer-Keystone Health Network (CKHN) are the face of Crozer-Keystone Health System for many area residents. As the largest primary care and specialty physician network in Delaware County, CKHN is a critical source of quality healthcare for many families across the region. Network physicians practice at locations throughout the county, serving as the backbone of healthcare delivery by CKHS to the community. In large part, they enable Crozer-Keystone Health System to realize its mission of building a healthy community in which to live, work, and raise our families.