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Husband and wife dental team join BRMC

Posted on: 06/08/2012

 

BRADFORD, PA – For the newest duo of dentists in northwestern Pennsylvania, relationships are everything. The first is hard to overlook. They’re husband and wife.

Levi A. Hamilton, DDS, and his wife Brooke F. Hamilton, DDS, will begin practicing dentistry at Mt. Jewett Health Center and the Bradford Dental Center respectively on Monday, July 2. Both facilities are part of Bradford Regional Medical Center. The Hamiltons are graduates of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry and are members of the American Dental Association.

Relocating from Ohio, the Hamiltons are fond of the rural setting that encompasses the BRMC service area, and they are eager to get started. Dr. Levi Hamilton remarked that he “is pleased to respond to the region’s need for better access to dental care”. The Hamiltons have a family history of dentistry. Dr. Brooke Hamilton is the daughter of William A. Fender, DDS, currently practicing dentistry in Cambridge, OH. 

“We are happy to have the Hamiltons as part of the BRMC Dental Center staff,” said Timothy J. Finan, president and CEO of Bradford Regional Medical Center. “Patients at both the Bradford Dental Center and Mt. Jewett Health Center will quickly recognize the Hamiltons’ care and compassion”.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Levi Hamilton at the Mt. Jewett Health Center, please call 814-975-1195. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Brooke Hamilton at the Bradford Dental Center, please call 814-362-8478.

Bradford Regional Medical Center (BRMC) is a member of the Upper Allegheny Health System. Founded in 1887, BRMC is a 107-bed acute-care community hospital located in Bradford, Pennsylvania. In addition to an acute-care hospital, BRMC programs and services also include: a 95-bed skilled nursing facility, a home care and hospice program, and a comprehensive inpatient and outpatient behavioral health program, including one of the few dual diagnosis units in Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York.

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