Update: April 30, 2020
Until further notice, we will be closing at 5:00 pm on Thursdays. All other days will remain the same.
Update: April 3, 2020
Update: March 19, 2020
In light of the rapidly changing developments regarding the COVID19 corona virus, and effective 3/18/2020 Sadler Health Center is taking measures beyond our usual precautions to ensure the safety of our patients, staff, and community.
Medical: Our medical center will continue to remain open. Your medical providers will be in touch with you in regard to your scheduled appointments, and determine whether you need to come in person. NO walk-ins will be permitted during these time. If you are sick call 717-960-4393 to make an appointment.
Dental: As advised by the American Dental Association and the Pennsylvania Dental Association, all regularly scheduled dental appointments will be postponed until further notice. We will be addressing only emergency dental needs during this time at our Carlisle office. The Perry County office will be closed. Once COVID-19 has passed, you will be contacted to reschedule your appointments. If you experience a non-life-threatening dental emergency please call 717-960-4394.
Behavioral Health: This is an unprecedented situation that requires us to show resilience and compassion. If you need support in these difficult times, please call our behavioral health counselors Kristen and Rick at 717-960-4387.
Pharmacy Services: If you are facing a financial hardship and need access to affordable medications please call Theresa and Pam at 717-960-4386.
In adherence to state and federal recommendations, we will be asking all patients who come in with emergencies about any symptoms that they may have. Please call the health center prior to your arrival at 717-960-4393.
Please refrain from bringing additional people to your appointment, entry will be limited to patients and one guardian or caregiver. We must each do what is within our means to curb the spread of the virus to protect the most vulnerable.
To reach us after hours please call 717-218-6670. For all life-threatening emergencies please call 9-1-1.
We understand the difficulties that this can have to our patients and we are here to support you, we have a dedicated team that is working through the complex issues for the best course of action in the coming weeks.
As always your health and safety are our highest priorities and we appreciate your understanding during this evolving situation. Additional information will be posted here as it is available.