PCCMA was established in 1978, and has been serving patients in Harrisburg area for over 38 years.


Dr. Gilroy completed his medical residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Philadelphia.


In July, Dr. Gilroy came to Harrisburg from a pulmonary fellowship at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia as a Polyclinic Medical Center employee to begin the pulmonary disease section within the Department of Medicine. Shortly thereafter he began a solo private practice.


Dr. Anderson completed his general medical residency at Harrisburg Hospital and moved into his pulmonary fellowship at Jamaica Plains VA Hospital, associated with Boston University.

Dr. Myers began his Polyclinic internship.


Dr Anderson returned to head the pulmonary disease section at Harrisburg Hospital. Drs. Anderson and Gilroy began to share night call, which later led to the formation of PCCMA.

Dr. Myers finished his medical residency and then served two years with the United States Navy practicing internal medicine.


Dr. Myers completed a pulmonary fellowship at the University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City and was a faculty member there for one year.


Dr Myers returned to Harrisburg to form the three-man pulmonary practice PCCMA with Drs. Anderson and Gilroy.


Dr. Evans joined PCCMA after completion of his pulmonary fellowship at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA.


Dr Farzin came to PCCMA after completing his critical care fellowship at The Miriam Hospital, Brown University.


Dr. Limann became part of PCCMA after completing his sleep disorders fellowship at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY.


Dr. Bebe joined PCCMA after completing his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York.


Dr. Ostman started practicing in the Harrisburg area after completing his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.


Dr Ostman joined PCCMA.


Dr. Shingala joined PCCMA after completing his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Cooper University Hospital / UMDNJ in Camden, NJ.


Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Shaffer, who are both native to Central PA, joined PCCMA after completing their pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.

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