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1311 Biglerville Rd., Gettysburg, Pa 17325  |  Phone (717) 334-8165

Apple Ridge Family Medicine

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Welcome to Apple Ridge Family Medicine

We’re a family medicine practice based in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Our board certified physicians provide comprehensive services for every member of your family, from new born and pediatric care, to adult care, and finally to senior care. In addition, we have our own in-house lab to assist you with routine testing and we’re available at anytime during our regular office hours to help with your urgent care needs. We look forward to treating you and your family.

We're Accepting New Patients

Apple Ridge Family Medicine gladly welcomes new patients of all ages. To find out more, visit our new patients page.


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Apple Ridge Family Medicine News

Your good health is our top priority. We invite you to keep up with the latest news from Apple Ridge Family Medicine. Here we'll share important health news, updates about our practice and services and general health information that may be useful to you.

Thank You for Voting Us Pick of the County 2014!

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Once again, we're truly honored to win the 2014 Pick of the County for Best Family Medicine Practice. Wow, that's 2 years in a row!

Thank you so much to all of the Gettysburg Times readers for voting for us. We already knew we had the greatest patients in Gettysburg.! We're glad you feel the same way about us.

New! Saturday Hours Starting in September 2014

We're please to expand our regular hours to include Saturday. Starting in September, we'll be open from 8 am to 4 pm, by appointment only. Need to schedule your annual physical? Feeling under the weather? Need to visit our Suboxone clinic? Give us a call and schedule a Saturday appointment.

2014 Flu Shots Are Available. No Appointment Required

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Flu activity usually begins to increase in October and most commonly peaks between January and March.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends annual flu vaccinations for everyone 6 months or older. Those at high risk for developing flu-related complications include children under 5, adults over 65 years, and pregnant women. Get your flu shot today. No appointment required.

Evening/Night Safety in the Fall and Winter Months

With less daylight, many of us are exercising and walking our pets at dusk or after sunset. Remember, wearing reflective gear or carrying a flashlight can help you stay safe and healthy during your evening activities. Without these simple precautions, drivers can have a difficult time seeing you.