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Lehighton Medical Associates Welcomes New Physician Assistant

Lehighton Medical Associates Welcomes New Physician Assistant

Mental Health Services Now Available

Meghan Astorino, PA-C 

Meghan Astorino, PA-C

Coaldale, PA (4/9/2014) – Meghan Astorino, PA-C, recently joined the medical staff at Lehighton Medical Associates.  Ms. Astorino is a family practice physician assistant whose practice focuses on mental health issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-partum depression, schizophrenia and dementia.  She has a clinical background in psychiatric services and specializes in medications management.

“Our community needs the support of medical staff with this type of training.  She’s an asset to the Miners community and to Lehighton Medical Associates.  We are happy to welcome her to our staff,” said William Moyer, president, St. Luke’s Miners Campus.

Joining Dr. Robert Durako and Dr. David O’Neil, Ms. Astorino provides services at both the Jim Thorpe and Lehighton locations of Lehighton Medical Associates. 

Lehighton Medical Associates is an office-based internal medicine practice specializing in preventive care and disease management.  Offices are located at 1001 Mahoning Street, Lehighton, 610-379-0200, and 1206 North Street, Jim Thorpe, 570-325-3317.  For more information about the practice, please see Lehighton Medical Associates.


About St. Luke's Miners Campus

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. Luke's Miners Hospital provides a wide variety of health care services.  The hospital is affiliated with the nationally recognized St. Luke's 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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St. Luke's University Health Network
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