Dallastown Medical Associates is a group of seven physicians specially trained in primary care. Each is board certified in either Family Practice or Internal Medicine. Although we are a group, we make every effort to maintain a one family - one physician association. Thus, each family has one doctor who is primarily responsible for its comprehensive health care needs. In today's complex world of health care delivery, we believe this benefits both our patients and ourselves, and we trust you will support such a policy as well.
Consistent with this philosophy, we provide seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day coverage for our patient needs. There may be times (particularly nights and weekends) when your problem may need to be handled by one of the other physicians of our group. This is due to the needs of each physician for personal time as well as time towards continuing education conferences, hospital and staff and community meetings, and emergency and hospital visits.
All prescriptions and authorizations for renewals should be requested during normal business hours. Please have the prescription bottle available indicating the name, strength, dosage schedule and pharmacy desired when you call for a renewal. Prescriptions are best renewed at the time of your regular appointment. However, in an emergency, old prescriptions will be filled by phone. It is not our policy to prescribe new medicines for new medical problems without an office visit.
Dale L. Kresge, M.D. graduated from Wilkes College before attending the University of Pittsburgh for his medical school training. He spent three years in an Internal Medicine Residency and one additional year in pediatrics at York Hospital. He was Board Certified in Internal Medicine in 1976.
David L. Neuburger, M.D. did his undergraduate training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received his M.D. degree at the M.S. Hershey College of Medicine at Penn State University and did a three year postgraduate residency in Family Practice at Harrisburg Hospital. He served as chief resident in the program and is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Randall W. Rowand M.D. graduated from Franklin and Marshall College before attending Thomas Jefferson University for his medical school training. He then did a three year Family Practice residency at Anderson Memorial Hospital in Anderson, South Carolina. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is a fellow of that same organization.
Rocco R. Arcieri, M.D. graduated from Allegheny College. He received his M.D. degree from the M.S. Hershey College of Medicine at Penn State University. He completed a three year Family Medicine Residency at York Hospital where he served as chief resident. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Mindy A. Noll, M.D. did her undergraduate training at Loyola College in Maryland and received her M.D. from M.S. Hershey College of Medicine at Penn State University. From there, she completed a three year residency in Family Practice at Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, VA, where she served as chief resident and received the G. S. Mitchell, Jr. MD Spirit of Family Practice award and the Batterson-McConaughy Award for Patient Education. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Mark Rowand, M.D. graduated from Dallastown High School before completing his undergraduate degree at Franklin and Marshall College in 2002. He completed his medical school training from the Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, PA where he graduated in 2006 as a member of the AOA Honor Medical Society. He then completed a three year family medicine residency at the Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro, NC where he served as chief resident for the 2008-2009 academic year. Following his residency, he completed a one year fellowship in primary care sports medicine in Greensboro, NC. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, and was awarded a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine after successful completion of his sports medicine boards. He is currently a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine.
Cynthia Patterson, M.D. graduated from Wilkes College and was in a six-year combined bachelors and MD program. She did her studies at Hahnemann Medical College and graduated in 1978. She then completed her three year residency in Family Practice at York Hospital in 1981. Dr. Patterson worked as a family physician in Dallastown for over twenty five years prior to joining Dallastown Medical Associates. Dr. Patterson has been a member of the AOA, which is the National Medical Honor Society, since 1978. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dawn Youngblood MPAS, PA-C is a US Army trained Physician Assistant. She served in the military for 13 years. She obtained her Undergraduate Degree and Masters Degree from University of Nebraska, and obtained NCCPA certification in 2006. She has practiced Family Medicine in rural and under-served communities in Texas and was Chief Physician Assistant of two busy urban Emergency Departments in Chicago, IL. She is a member of AAPA and is NCCPA certified.