2 doctors join Haven Family Practice
LOCK HAVEN - Lock Haven Hospital and Haven Family Practice are proud to announce the addition of Dr. Thane Turner and Dr. Steve Geise, who will join the practice on Oct. 1.
"We are looking forward to this opportunity, as we both continue practicing family medicine in our hometown," Turner said. "We remain confident that we will continue to provide excellent care to this community."
Turner will take on the additional role of medical director for Lock Haven Hospital Physician Services. He received a bachelor of science in chemistry from Lock Haven University and medical school training at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. Turner served a residency at Lancaster General Hospital.
"The Haven Family Practice team could not be more excited to have two high quality, caring and compassionate physicians like Dr. Geise and Dr. Turner joining our family," said John Zidansek, Lock Haven Hospital CEO. "They will play a critical role in our continued growth and quality focused improvement."
Geise received a bachelor of science from Penn State University and a medical education at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He served a residency at Community General Osteopathic Hospital in Harrisburg.
Patients can keep their medical care with Turner or Geise, as all appointments after Oct. 1 will be carried over to the Haven Family Practice schedule.
For any appointment changes after Sept. 28, patients may contact Haven Family Practice, 208 E. Church St., by calling 748-0590. Patients with questions about the transition or who need to acquire a medical records release form also may call that number.
Sports medicine specialist joins local system
Drs. Patrick Carey and Craig Stabler, of Susquehanna Health Sports Medicine, recently welcomed Dr. Edward Gusick to their team.
Gusick offers a wide range of services for any physically active person by providing advanced services such as specialized care for concussion management. He also provides treatment of skin conditions, fractures and internal injuries.
He received a doctor of osteopathic medicine at Lake Erie College and is sports medicine fellowship trained through the Geisinger Sports Medicine program.
Accepting new patients of all ages, Gusick is conveniently located on the Divine Providence Hospital campus.
For more information about the team's injury clinic or to schedule an appointment, call 800-321-2946 or 320-7598.