Douglas Klamp, M.D., Joins Wright Center for Community Health’s Clarks Summit & Scranton Practices
Douglas Klamp, M.D., board-certified Internal Medicine physician, has officially joined The Wright Center for Community Health’s Clarks Summit and Scranton Practices.
A primary care provider for adults, Dr. Klamp previously operated his own private practice, Scranton’s Klamp and Company LLC, where he also cared for Wright Center patients. He was also Medical Director of the McGowan Institute for Health Community Initiatives of the Mercy Foundation, where he directed an eating disorder coalition, prison outreach and coordinated a cardiovascular disease prevention program, and served as former Associate Program Director of the Scranton Temple Residency Program (now The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education)
A Waverly Twp. resident, Dr. Klamp earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from The Pennsylvania State University and graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He completed his residency in primary care internal medicine at the Alameda County General Hospital in Oakland, California. He has lectured and volunteered globally, including in Guyana, the Republic of Georgia, Gambia, India, Sudan, Bolivia and Nicaragua.
Dr. Klamp is accepting patients at The Wright Center’s Clarks Summit Practice, 1145 Northern Blvd., South Abington Twp., on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, and at the Scranton Practice, 501 S. Washington Ave., Wednesdays and Thursdays. To schedule an appointment, call 570-585-1300.