Hyndman Office

144 Fifth Avenue
Hyndman, PA 15545
Phone: 814-842-3206

Bedford Office

104 Railroad Street
Bedford, PA 15522
Phone: 814-263-5804

Richland Office

203 College Park Plaza
Johnstown, PA 15904
Phone: 814-961-3500

The Hyndman Area Health Center is here to help you!

We offer a variety of health care, laboratory, and financial option resources that are affordable. We want to see our community healthy and happy.

Medical and Dental Providers on the health care team are ready to accept new patients and coordinate primary and preventive medical and dental care for everyone in the family.

Your confidence in trusting our health care team is valued. We look forward to continuing our tradition of excellence since 1978. We look forward to providing you and your family courteous and professional services in a friendly atmosphere.

Most insurances and credit card companies are accepted here. If you are uninsured or underinsured, explore more financing options and information, by calling our office at (814) 842-3206.

Family Medicine

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Family Medicine specialists are personal providers for all people of all ages and health conditions. They are a reliable first contact for health concerns and directly address most health care needs.

Our providers help patients prevent, understand, and manage illness, navigate the health system and set health goals. Our patient care teams adapt their care to the unique needs of their patients and communities. They use data to monitor and manage their patient population, and use best science to prioritize services most likely to benefit health. They are ideal leaders of health care systems and partners for public health.

Dental Health

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Dental hygiene and regular dental care are essential for reaching your optimal health and wellness. Our Family Health Centers are proud to provide affordable, comprehensive, quality dental care. Our dental team is accepting new patients to provide quality oral care for patients of any age.

Dental Services Provided:

  • Preventative Care
  • Teeth Cleanings
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Dental Sealants
  • School Exams
  • Restorative Work
  • Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Extractions
  • Dentures / Partials

  • Pediatrics

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    You want a provider who has significant training in the care of children. The good news is that both Family Medicine and Pediatric providers have the training and experience to provide that care.

    Both types of specialists can provide routine preventive care, treat a variety of conditions, and care for illnesses and injuries. They’ll also make sure children are reaching developmental milestones and provide guidance on recommended childhood immunizations. If you already have a long-standing relationship with one of our Family Medicine providers, it can be an easy transition to ask them to care for your new baby once they arrive.

    Women's Health

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    Family Medicine specialists are well trained, qualified and involved in providing comprehensive, continuing care of women throughout their lifecycle.

    From pregnancy prevention to pregnancy planning, we offer a wide range of services specific to women and their unique needs. In addition to routine screenings for breast and cervical cancer, we offer basic infertility services, pregnancy testing, early prenatal care, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of sexually transmitted diseases, and management of many common women’s health concerns.


    patient being checked with dermatology device

    Our skin is our interface with the world and the barrier to infection. Family Medicine specialists play a key role in treating a variety of skin problems and promote behaviors to prevent skin cancers, while ensuring the future health of the skin, the body’s largest organ.

    Our providers have received training to diagnose and treat acne, eczema, pre-cancerous lesions, cancerous lesions, rashes, moles, warts, and other skin conditions that may be impacting your daily routine.

    Behavioral Health

    therapist speaking with young man
    Mental illness includes a range of mental health conditions that affect one’s mood, thinking, and behavior and is one of the most pervasive causes of disease and disability worldwide.

    Our Family Medicine specialists are here to diagnose, manage, and coordinate care for common mental illnesses and behavioral issues in patients of all ages. We work closely with local behavioral and mental health professionals whenever possible to ensure the best care for our patients. We also offer a comprehensive medication assisted treatment program that combats drug or alcohol abuse.

    Occupational Medicine

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    Due to our fantastic partnership with Mile Level Physical Therapy, we are able to offer occupational therapy services to our patients. The Mile Level Physical Therapy team has both the skills and training to provide effective and specialized treatment for a variety of treatments.


    doctor talking to patient over live videoTelemedicine and Teledentistry provide health care services and education over a distance through the use of telecommunications technology. It involves the use of electronic communications to provide clinical services to our patients without an in-person visit. These are frequently used for follow-up visits, management of chronic conditions, medication management, and a host of other clinical services.

    Our electronic medical record will also be utilized for remote patient monitoring of chronic diseases, which will monitor and capture medical and other health data from our patients, and electronically transmit this information directly into the patient’s chart for review by your Family Medicine specialist in the center who can then provide necessary recommendations and instructions.

    Healthy Kids Program

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    In today’s society, raising healthy, active kids can be difficult, but having healthy kids is important. Many children are now going through life struggling with being overweight or obese and suffering from a chronic condition like diabetes, heart disease, asthma, and high blood pressure, among many others.

    Here are some ways to help your family and children eat better:

  • Start every day off with a healthy breakfast
  • Let the kids help plan and prepare one meal each week
  • Eat more vegetables and fresh fruits. Aim for a total of 2 cups of fruit and 2 ½ cups of vegetables each day
  • Drink plenty of fluids, like water, low-fat or nonfat milk, and low-calorie beverages
  • Serve food in small portions
  • While eating better is an essential way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, it is also important to get kids up and moving as frequently as you can.
  • Try to get between 30 and 60 minutes of physical activity each day
  • Include physical activity in your daily routine: walk as a family before or after meals, or go play your favorite family sport together
  • Remain active in the home and get the kids involved and help with chores like dusting and vacuuming, or go walk the dog together! These small activities add up and are good ways to burn calories
  • When planning vacations, be sure to include activities like hiking or biking to the itinerary
  • Limit TV, computer, and video game time to less than two hours per day; less screen time, more physical activities instead!
  • By following some or all of these tips, we hope that you and your family can begin the journey to living a fun, healthy, and active lifestyle!

    Vaccines for Children

    The Vaccines For Children (VFC) program is a federally funded program that provides vaccines at no cost to children who might not otherwise be vaccinated due to social determinates of health. Children who are eligible for VFC are entitled to receive those vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).

    Eligible children 18 years of age and younger must meet one of the following criteria:

  • Medicaid
  • Uninsured
  • American Indian or Alaska Native
  • Underinsured
  • To learn more about VFC go to : VFC: Vaccines for Children Program | CDC


    We value your confidence in our practice.

    We believe that your understanding of your health condition and active participation in your treatment are important parts of your overall care. Therefore, when a diagnosis is made or treatment is recommended, it will be thoroughly explained and discussed with you.
    If you have any questions, we will answer them as fully as we can. If you should have questions or concerns after leaving our office, please do not hesitate to contact us.