Taking care of you from one generation to the next
From your first exam to your first child to your first hot flash... and beyond, the providers and staff at Carlisle Ob/Gyn are dedicated to meeting your unique health needs throughout your life journey. We are proud to offer excellent obstetric care for normal low risk pregnancies as well as for certain high risk pregnancy issues. Our extensive experience ensures that you receive and benefit from the best prenatal care available. We also provide routine and advanced gynecologic care including annual exams, management of Pap smears, abnormal bleeding, contraception, menopause and minimally invasive surgical procedures. We are currently accepting new patients and take most insurances. We look forward to meeting you! Provider: Chavone Momon-Nelson, DO, MBA, FACOOG
[02/07/18] Due to the inclement weather, Carlisle Ob/Gyn will be closed today, February 7th. For all emergencies, call UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle at (717) 249-1212 and ask for the provider on call. Please be safe if you have to leave your home today.
Attention parents who may need pediatric urgent care!!
CARLISLE PEDIATRIC URGENT CARE
Starting October 9, Carlisle Pediatrics is pleased to announce the availability of an on-site Urgent Care in addition to our current regularly scheduled visits. We will be open from 8:30 am to 8 pm on Monday through Friday for walk-in, non-scheduled appointments. These can be for sick calls, sports, work and drivers forms, just as offered at other Urgent Cares. ONE doctor each day will be the designated Urgent Care doctor. You are still, of course, able to schedule appointments for forms and sick calls if a shorter wait time or choice of physician are important to you. All complete well child physicals and vaccines MUST be scheduled visits due to staffing and time constraints
[08/04/16] We were notified this evening that several of our patients did not receive the automated phone call informing them that our Carlisle office would be closed today. We apologize as we know this may have inconvenienced some patients. All patients that needed to be rescheduled for Wednesday and Thursday will be seen next week. We continue to strive to provide you with excellent, compassionate care individualized to met your needs.
Due to unseen circumstances, the Carlisle office (11 Sprint Drive, Suite A), will be closed today. We will be seeing some patients today at the Shippensburg office (97 Progress Blvd). We can still be reached at (717) 218-9830 and will be checking messages regularly throughout the day. All patients that were rescheduled will be seen next week. Thank you for your understanding
Great article about the history trail at CRMC!!
cumberlink.com For Ann Spade, the exhibit Monday was not about learning the history; it was about reliving it.
Congratulations to Neely Spence Gracey who is formerly from Shippensburg!!
cumberlink.com Neely Spence Gracey, 26, formerly of Shippensburg, was the first woman from the United States across the finish line at the Boston Marathon today.
It's okay to ask and no need to feel embarrassed...
familyshare.com There are a lot of weird things about labor that can be awkward to ask about. We've got 16 answers here, so you can avoid asking those uncomfortable questions.
The Women's Expo will be this Saturday, November 7th from 9am-2pm. Make sure you stop by the Carlisle Ob/Gyn booth!!
www.agreatwaytospendmyday.com agreatwaytospendmyday.com, the premier women's expo in the Lancaster, Cumberland, Lebanon, and Dauphin county areas, featuring exhibitors and interactive fun and demonstrations.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Carlisle residents: Did you know that Carlisle Regional Medical Center offers digital mammography, which allows images to be magnified and adjusted on a computer screen for better visualization? The Radiology department at CRMC is accredited by the American College of Radiology and is certified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Food and Drug Administration. To schedule a mammogram at CRMC, call (717) 245-5244.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Although screening mammograms are not recommended for women with low risks for breast cancer until age 40, all women should perform self-breast exams. Familiarizing yourself with your breast may lead to an earlier detection of changes that could be either benign or cancerous disease.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The American Cancer Society recently has issued new guidelines stating less screening for breast cancer is better than more. Three major organizations recommend different ages for starting screening mammograms. Talk to your doctor about your risks and when you should start breast cancer screening.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Each year in the United States more than 200,000 women are diagnoses with breast cancer and more than 40,000 die from the disease.
Have an old breast pump your not using? Here is a great way to help another family.
medelabreastfeedingus.com Recycle your breastpump and help Medela donate much-needed hospital-grade pumps to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Finishing your breastfeeding journey means you can support another mom as she begins hers.
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the Open House!! Despite the rain, we had a great showing.
Dr. Momon-Nelson and Dr. Cardona are accepting new patients. Call us at (717) 218-9830 to schedule an appointment.
[08/17/15] August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Mothers who nurse have decreased risks of postpartum depression and postpartum hemorrhage. In addition, breastfeeding can help improve blood sugar control and cholesterol levels decreasing risk of heart disease.
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Research shows that babies who are exclusively breastfed for six months are less likely to develop ear infections, diarrhea and respiratory illnesses and may be less likely to develop childhood obesity.
What benefits have you experienced with breastfeeding?
[07/22/15] Many women feel that since they are not getting a pap smear every year there is no need for you to see an Ob/Gyn annually. However, there is much more to your annual gynecological exam. Your general health, contraception, family planning and menopause are some of the topics that may be addressed. Find someone you can trust and schedule your annual exam.
washingtonpost.com Justices agreed with the Obama administration that government subsidies should be available to all.
[06/08/15] Thank you all for "liking" Carlisle Ob/Gyn and the many wonderful reviews of Dr. Momon-Nelson. We are hoping to use this platform to showcase our awesome practice and our compassionate physician while providing up to date medical information regarding woman's health. Stay tuned!!
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