Dear Patients and Clients,
From the day Allegheny Medical started over 37 years ago, taking care of our patients, clients and employees has been our top priority. Over the past few weeks, all of our lives have been impacted by the spread of the coronavirus. As the situation continues to evolve, we are following the recommendations of the CDC and Federal, State and Local public health officials.
For our community and employees to remain protected, and after careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our facility to walk in patient care. Partial operation, non- patient contact services will begin on Friday, March 20, 2020 and, hopefully, return to a more normal situation on April 6, 2020.
Staff will be notifying and rescheduling all persons that have been scheduled during this time period for services in Primary Care, Occupational Medicine, Weight Loss, and Physical Therapy.
The office will be open from 8am-5pm to answer phone calls and to respond to any questions that need to be forwarded to any of the providers. Matters related to a health care problem or medication, client company’s needs, will be answered promptly. In some cases, the provider may be able to handle the issues by conversing with you by phone.
Rest assured, we will be back to full capacity the moment we are legally permitted and when we feel safe.
We will continue to remember you, your families, and friends in our prayers and all those affected by this unexpected circumstance. The fact that we, as Americans, come together and share the love and respect for each other is, for sure, the very heart of our culture.
Dr. Russell Adams is a certified specialist in sports and family medicine. A native of Pittsburgh, he attended Muhlenberg College and received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. He earned his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine as Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine/Osteopathy. He completed his residency program at The Medical Center at Beaver and his Fellowship at The Ohio State University.
He started his career in the United States Air National Guard Deployment as a flight surgeon. Prior to joining Allegheny Medical, he worked at various sports medicine facilities, including Garden State Orthopedics Associates, Steel Valley Emergency Physicians, and Montour Family Healthcare. In addition to his title as medical doctor, he was also honored with a title as Lieutenant Colonel of the US Air Force.
He is trained to diagnose and treat sports-related issues and treat medical problems such as allergies, burns, strains, sprains, and many more. Dr. Adams will see patients of all levels of sporting or athletic abilities, as well as non-athlete patients. Dr. Russell Adams is available for consultation at Allegheny Medical.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
1997 - 2001
1993 - 1997
Fellowship - Sports Medicine
The Ohio State University
2004 - 2005
Residency - Family Medicine
The Medical Center, Beaver
2001 - 2004
American Board of Family Practice
American Board of Family Practice
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians
US Air Force
Boy Scouts of America
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