Wright Center names Dr. Gill as associate program director and physician faculty for the Regional Family Medicine Residency
A board-certified family medicine physician, with a deep interest in the integration of oral health into primary care, has joined The Wright Centers for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education where she will train and educate the next generation of physicians and collaboratively provide primary care for adults and children of all ages as a preceptor alongside a high-quality empaneled care team of resident physicians.
Dr. Stephanie A. Gill
Dr. Stephanie A. Gill received her Doctor of Medicine from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s St. Margaret Hospital in Aspinwall, Pennsylvania. Gill completed a fellowship in faculty development at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where she also earned a multidisciplinary Master of Public Health degree.
As the associate program director and a member of the physician faculty for The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s Regional Family Medicine Residency, Gill will provide administrative and clinical oversight of the educational program, provide patient care, precept family medicine residents, and teach and supervise resident physicians and medical students at clinical sites. She is accepting patients at the Kingston Practice, 2 Sharpe St.
Overall, more than 250 resident physicians are enrolled in The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s five residency and three fellowship programs.
For the past 10 years, Gill has served as a physician faculty member and as an assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine (PSCOM).
She continues to serve as an adjunct faculty member at PSCOM. She was also a physician at the Penn State Medical Group Camp Hill where she provided a full spectrum of family medicine care and was an attending physician at Penn State Health Hershey Medical Center where she provided inpatient services for family and community medicine.
Gill is a member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians, American Association of Family Physicians, The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Family Medicine Education Consortium, American Academy of Family Physicians Oral Health Member Interest Group and North American Primary Care Research Group.
Her scholarly research interests include the integration of oral health and pediatric caries prevention into primary care. Gill is the chairperson of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Oral Health Collaborative, an advisory board member of Harvard University’s One Hundred Million Mouths Project and a steering committee member of Smiles for Life: A National Oral Health Curriculum.
Patients can schedule appointments at the most convenient location by using the express online scheduling service at TheWrightCenter.org. To learn more about The Wright Center’s mission and integrated health care services, call 570-230-0019 or visit TheWrightCenter.org.