POMA District 5

District 5 represents Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry and York counties.

District 5 Officers
Chairman Carol L. St. George, D.O., York
Vice Chairman Daniel D. Dowd, Jr., D.O., York
Secretary/Treasurer Hugh E. Palmer, D.O., York
Trustee William B. Swallow, D.O., Lewistown

 

Yearly District 5 Contribution Form --- PDF Version

District Meeting

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District Dish

Miss a meeting? Find out what happened in the District Dish Recaps. 

District 5 Recap - February 21, 2019

Over 30 POMA members of District 5 met at the First Post Restaurant in York, PA last evening. The meeting began with a CME lecture around CVD. Many questions were asked, but there were a cluster of questions on whether insurance companies would cover the treatments and if not, how to demonstrate the value to insurers in order for them to cover the patient treatment.

Afterward, the regular business meeting was called to order by Dr. Carol St. George. POMA staff provided an overview of organizational activities including the annual meeting and clinical assembly planning and registration; POMAs development of a smartphone app and its valuable capabilities; DOs Doing More and stories needed for publication on interesting facts about what POMA members do in their communities; and an advocacy report on the need for strong grassroots lobbying, the venue issue and opposition to the CRNP independent practice legislation.

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District 5 Recap - June 15, 2018

It was the perfect night for baseball as POMA District 5 hosted “A Night at the Ballpark” at FNC Field I Harrisburg. Forty POMA members and their families enjoyed a Double AA baseball game between the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals) and the Richmond Fly Squirrels (San Francisco Giants).

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District 5 Recap - February 15, 2018

District 5 Meeting

POMA District 5 met on February 15, 2018 at the First Post Restaurant in York. Robert Polinsky, MD, a cardiologist at Berks Cardiology in Wyomissing, led an interesting discussion on the unmet needs in statin therapy.

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