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Pediatrician Joins Medical Staff Of St. Luke’s Miners Campus

Pediatrician Joins Medical Staff Of St. Luke’s Miners Campus

 

Anu Silvonek 

Anu Silvonek, MD


Coaldale, PA (7/7/2014) – Pediatrician Anu Silvonek, MD, has joined the medical staff at St. Luke’s Miners Campus to provide services to children and adults alike. In addition to specializing in pediatrics and internal medicine, Dr. Silvonek is fellowship- trained in infectious diseases to manage care for patients with HIV, hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases and travel medicine and is exceptionally qualified in the entire range of pediatric vaccines.

Dr. Silvonek joins the St. Luke’s Health Centers’ team of Dr. Gregory Dobash; Vanessa Perez, CRNP; Kim Otto, CRNP and Andrea Ulshaefer, PA-C. Focusing on wellness check-ups for children and adults, immunizations, sick visits, preventative care, education and continuity of care, Dr. Silvonek will be practicing at the Nesquehoning Health Center, 108 W. Catawissa Street, Nesquehoning.

“As Vice President of Patient Care Services at St. Luke’s Miners Campus, I am delighted to add pediatrics to the long list of services we are able to offer our patients,” says Kimberly Sargent. “As a mother, I take great comfort knowing there is now an additional highly-trained pediatrician in our community.”

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact the St. Luke’s Nesquehoning Health Center at 570-669-9787.

St. Luke's Miners Campus is a fully accredited, not-for-profit, 44-bed Level IV Trauma Center located in Coaldale. Accredited by the Joint Commission, St. Luke¹s Miners Campus provides a wide variety of health care services. The hospital is affiliated with the nationally recognized St. Luke¹s University Health Network and currently provides health care services to more than 11,000 people annually. Additional on-site services include a home health agency and a 48-bed skilled nursing facility.

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