Family Medicine Doctors
A family medicine doctor takes care of any and every illness. His or her training includes experiences in surgery, gynecology, internal medicine, pediatrics, and more.
Barbara Ann Haeckler, MDMedical Director, Family Medicine Physician
Dr. Haeckler completed her residency in the Forbes Family Practice Residency Program in Monroeville, PA. She earned her M.D. at MCP Hahnemann School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. She earned her B.S. at West Chester College in West Chester, PA.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Board Certified
Jennifer Chan, MDFamily Medicine Physician
Dr. Chan conducted her family practice residency at Saint Vincent Health System in Erie, PA. She received her M.D. and completed the Rural Medical Education Program at the State University of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse. Dr. Chan received her Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Board Certified
James R. Owens, MDFamily Medicine Physician
Dr. Owens completed his residency at the Williamsport Family Practice Residency in Williamsport, PA. He received his M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Owens earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Shippensburg University in Shippensburg, PA.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Board Eligible
Kochumol Thomas, MDFamily Medicine Physician
Dr. Thomas completed her residency at the Altoona Regional Health System in Altoona, Pa. She completed her M.D. at Madurai Medical College in India, her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at Kottayam Medical College in India, and her Bachelor of Science at Kerala University in India.Certifications/Licenses: Board Certified- Family Medicine
Helena Choi, MDFamily Medicine Physician
Dr. Choi completed her residency at SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, in Brooklyn, NY. She also attended New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY as well as Autonomous University of Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, where she earned her medical degree.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Board Certified- Pediatrics and Internal Medicine
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners
The C.R.N.P. may practice medicine under physician supervision. Most likely, the nurse practitioner is whom a patient will first see during a medical visit. The nurse practitioner assesses a patient’s health status by attaining health histories, performing physical exams and ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests. The nurse practitioner consults with a physician and establishes a health care plan.
Stacey Deihl, CRNPNurse Practitioner
Ms. Deihl completed her Masters of Science degree at Georgetown University, and her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at York College of Pennsylvania.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Maintains ACLS, CPR and first aid certifications for health care professionals, registered RN with the state of Pennsylvania.
Candy Moschetti, CRNPNurse Practitioner
Ms. Moschetti completed her Post Masters for Family Nurse Practitioner at Widener University and her Masters of Education for Nursing degree at Wilson College. She completed her Associate of Nursing degree at Penn State Mont Alto.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Maintains ACLS, CPR and first aid certifications for health care professionals, registered RN with the state of Pennsylvania.
Charlee Smith, CRNPNurse Practitioner
Ms. Smith completed her Masters degree at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and her Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree at Mountain State University, in Martinsburg, West Virginia.Affiliations/Hospitals: Chambersburg HospitalCertifications/Licenses: Maintains ACLS, CPR and first aid certifications for health care professionals, registered RN with the state of Pennsylvania.
A physician assistant (PA) is a health care professional licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision and is trained to do many tasks that physicians usually do. As part of their responsibilities, PAs conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, and in Pennsylvania can write prescriptions. PAs must complete an accredited, formal education program and pass a certifying exam. Those PAs who pass the exam may use the credential “PA-C.”