“Maintaining relationships with patients now is really critical. People develop conditions that pose complex choices for diagnostic testing and treatment. My goal is to help patients to make these choices and support them through the entire process.”
Dr. Stephen Pandolph, MD, Primary Care, has long been a practicing physician in the Centre County community. He settled in Centre County as a private practice family physician in 1986 after spending seven years in the U.S. Army at various locations around the country.
“Maintaining relationships with patients now is really critical,” said Dr. Pandolph. “People develop conditions that pose complex choices for diagnostic testing and treatment. My goal is to help patients to make these choices and support them through the entire process.”
Dr. Pandolph earned a Bachelor of Science in biology from Saint Vincent College and a Doctor of Medicine from Hahnemann Medical College (today known as the Medical College of Drexel University). He became a physician in the U.S. Army and completed his internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and residency in the Department of Family Medicine at Dewitt Army Hospital in Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
“I have known several patients for 40 years and they are like old friends that I look forward to seeing,” said Dr. Pandolph. “As new medical issues occur it is often a challenge is to figure out what’s going on.”
Dr. Pandolph is married and has three children. While he takes piano lessons, his primary outlet outside of medicine and family is sports. Swimming, cycling, and jogging are part of his regular exercise routine.
Dr. Pandolph is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice and has been involved with the American Diabetes Association.
|American Board of Family Medicine
|Hahnemann Medical College
|Dewitt Army Hospital