News | Published September 29, 2010

Urology Practice Joins Mount Nittany Physician Group

Mount Nittany is proud to announce the addition of Charles Dalton, MD, and David Oselinsky, MD, to its physician group on October 1. Prior to joining the group, the physicians practiced independently as State College Urologic Associates

“Joining Mount Nittany’s physician group is in the best interest of our patients,” said Dr. Dalton. “Our philosophy is and will remain to offer the very best in urologic care. We believe that this alignment will allow us to continue to provide quality care for our patients without the burdens of small business management. The landscape for medicine is shifting, and we are excited to move forward with Mount Nittany.”

A graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Dr. Dalton trained in general surgery at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, NH and in urology at George Washington University Medical Center in Washington DC. He was board certified in urology by the American Board of Urology in 1996. He has been practicing in State College since 1993. Dr. Dalton is a member of several professional medical organizations, including the American Medical Association, American Urologic Association, PA Medical Society and American Kidney Stone Management.

Dr. Dalton served as president of the Urologic Association of Pennsylvania from 2006-2008. He was a past chairman of the Committee for Surgical Quality Assurance for Mount Nittany Medical Center. He has done research on Vasculogenic Impotence as well as prostate cancer. In addition to general urologic and cancer services, Dr. Dalton specializes in vasovasotomy or vas reversal, using the hospital’s state of the art surgical microscope.

David Oselinsky, MD, is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. Dr. Oselinsky completed his surgical residency at State University of New York-Buffalo and Hartford Hospital. He received his urologic training at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Dr. Oselinsky has also completed special training in both transperineal prostate brachytherapy and InterStim therapy. Dr. Oselinsky is a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners and Board Certified by The American Board of Urology. He has been practicing in State College since 2001.

Dr. Oselinsky is a member of several professional medical organizations, including the American Urological Association, American Medical Association, PA Medical Society and Association of Clinical Research Professionals. Dr. Oselinsky has served as President of the Centre County Medical Society. As director of urologic research, Dr. Oselinsky has authored a number of articles and presented on several topics. Recently, he served as principal investigator for a study on the use of BOTOX for treatment of idiopathic overactive bladder with urinary incontinence.

Drs. Dalton and Oselinsky will continue to provide care at 905 University Drive, State College.