Updated Patient Visit Policy Effective March 30th, 2020

Until further notice, all patients at OAL offices and facilities will not be permitted to have accompanying guests.

The only exception will be for patients who are unable to complete the visit on their own, such as a parent or guardian accompanying a minor, in which one guest will be permitted.

Any patient or guest who is sick, has a high risk of exposure or has traveled from a high-risk geographical area will not be permitted to enter any OAL offices or facilities.

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Meet the Physician Assistants (PAs)

Physician assistants (PAs) are healthcare professionals licensed to practice medicine while working as a team with the physician. As part of their comprehensive responsibilities, PAs conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive healthcare, assist in surgery, perform in-office procedures, and prescribe medications. Physician assistant education requires schooling after college, usually 26 months divided into two or three years at the master’s degree level.

Our team of skilled PAs are here to help you and will work closely with our physicians to provide the outstanding care you have come to expect from Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster.

Eric L. Zimmerman
MPAS, PA-C

Jessica B. Tiedebohl , MS,  MPAS, PA-C

Jessica B. Strubel
MS, MPAS, PA-C

Eric D. Thompson
MPAS, PA-C

Kimberly A. Henry
MPAS, PA-C

Travis J. Transue
  MMS, PA-C

Christopher M. Carrier
PA-C, ATC

Hope K. Weber
MHS, PA-C

Katelyn A. Mellinger
MMS PA-C