The Hyman S. Caplan Pavilion
|The Hyman S. Caplan Pavilion
30 North 4th Street
4th and Willow Streets
Lebanon, PA 17046
|The Good Samaritan Family Practice Center
Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday of the month: 8:00 a.m. - noon
Aaron Lane, MD
James McGeary, MD
Elizabeth Muhiire-Ntaki, MD
John Sheffield, MD
Joann Brower, PAC
Michelle Braucher, CRNP
The Good Samaritan Family Practice Center provides high quality primary care in a pleasant atmosphere. Our physician staff includes doctors who are board certified in Family Medicine and Internal Medicine. To further compliment our staff, we have a Certified Physician Assistant and a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner.
The office provides complete health assessments, acute and urgent care, ongoing care and assessment of general medical problems, comprehensive obstetrical care, minor surgical procedures, and laboratory services.
Our physicians are on staff at The Good Samaritan Hospital. Our physicians work closely with a team of physicians from ELCO Family Health Center in order to provide hospital care to our patients. Continuity of care and patient satisfaction during your hospital care is our primary concern.
We also provide ongoing education in patient care and disease management to our medical students and our associate staff physicians. Our associate staff physicians are licensed practitioners who are completing their requirements for full board certification in Family Practice. All care is provided under the direction of our senior staff physicians.
In our office, our patients are our number one priority.
The Rehabilitation Unit at the Hyman Caplan Pavilion provides acute
inpatient rehabilitation care for patients who need additional therapy
before they are able to return home.
|Skilled Nursing (TCU)
The Transitional Care Unit (TCU), is a 19 bed skilled nursing unit,
which offers transitional, skilled care between the hospital and home.
The TCU offers medical supervision and sub acute care to patients who
are too well to stay in the hospital, but too ill to return home.
The TCU is designed for patients whose goal is to return to their home
in a short period of time. Greater than 80% of patients discharged from
the TCU return to their former level of living.
- Features 7 semi-private rooms and 5 private rooms.
- Features a personal laundry room if a patient chooses to do his or her own laundry.
- A dining/activities/TV room with a small kitchen for the patient’s enjoyment.
- Activity Coordinator responsible for keeping patients as active and alert as possible.
- Warm positive atmosphere to promote a home-like healing environment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. - By Appointment Only
Our Diabetes Education program is designed for people who want to learn more about their diabetes and how to keep themselves well. We focus on what is important to our participants and encourage questions and individual goals. Please feel free to bring a family member of friend along when you meet with us.
Our outpatient diabetes education program provides both individual and group class instruction. All of the education is provided by either a registered dietitian or registered nurse who are Certified Diabetes Educators. The Good Samaritan Health System Diabetes Self-Management Education Program has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education*.
* The American Diabetes Association Recognizes this education service as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.
Hours By Appointment Only:
Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Outpatients are counselled on the 3rd floor of the Hyman Caplan Pavillion.
We provide food and nutrition services to patients, employees, visitors, and the public.
Our team of clinical dietitians are qualified to provide nutritional consultation for concerns such as:
- weight management
- renal diets
- oncology nutrition
- women's health
- heart healthy meal planning
Our clinical team of three Registered Dieitians has combined over 50 years experience in providing Nutrition Therapy in inpatient, outpatient, long term care and specialty settings.
By Appointment Only
Occupational therapy provides treatment that is individually designed to
help people perform self care (such as bathing, eating, dressing),
homemaking, work and leisure activities. Occupational therapists use
goal-directed activities to help improve physical or cognitive skills,
fabricate hand splints and teach people to use assistive devices in
order to be more self sufficient. Occupational therapy can benefit
people of all ages. It is most often recommended for people who are
experiencing difficulty with any activity due to:
Stroke (CVA) or head injury
Hand/arm injury and/or hand surgery
Carpal Tunnel syndrome and other cumulative trauma
Fractures and joint replacements
Multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease
Cardiac and respiratory conditions
Many other types of injury, illness or disability
|Audiology, Speech Language and Dysphagia Services
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
We provide treatment to those who:
- Have lost speech, language
- Memory or swallowing
skills as a result of a stroke, head injury, or disease such as
Parkinson’s, Cerebral Palsy, Apraxia and Multiple Sclerosis
- Are identified as needing electrical stimulation to improve muscles required for swallowing
- Fail to develop speech or language skills for their age level
- Suspect reduced hearing
as indicated by loud TV, other’s needing to repeat themselves, missing
parts of conversation, difficulty communicating in a restaurant
- Are required by OSHA to have hearing evaluated annually
- Are Musician’s wishing to prevent hearing loss
- Require custom fitted products to prevent hearing loss