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June 19, 2020

Below is a recording of our latest Q&A session on June 18, 2020. We addressed everything from antibodies to MMR vaccine to blood types and safe social-distancing/quarantine questions. We hope you find answers you're looking for, and for everything else, call us! W...

June 17, 2020

Today I write to you with the first update since beginning antibody testing where I feel truly empowered by data, instead of drowning in it or just bewildered by it. What I'm about to share is not—I repeat, NOT—going to change precautions, safeguards, or reduce your ri...

June 8, 2020

Dear Patients, 

My mother has a tattoo. Really. She does. 

There is a small blue crucifix on the inner aspect of her right wrist. Let me pause here to point out a few things. First of all, my mother is not a “tattoo” person. Secondly, the inner aspect of the wrist is...

May 22, 2020

Below is a recording of our latest Q&A session on May 20, 2020. While we cannot transcribe every answer verbatim, we've listed the questions below so that you can skim the questions and fast-forward using the sliding playback bar to find answers you're looking for. For...

April 25, 2020

Two hours, 103 patients, and 113 questions later, I am beyond impressed with my patient community — the way you are handling, coping, managing, sanitizing, laughing, caring, and healing your way through COVID-19. Thank you for logging on on April 23 for our live Zoom Q...

April 22, 2020

My office has begun consulting with patients about the ABBOTT SARS-CoV-2 Antibody (IgG) test.


But this test is great news, for so many reasons:

  1. We need to know who has antibodies to SARS-CoV 2 so that we can understand what le...

April 21, 2020


IT. IS. HERE. Today may be the best day I have had in about two months. My back hurts, Chris “didn’t get” my text asking him to put the meatloaf in the oven (btw, it was prepped by me at 5 am but sat in the fridge until 7 pm,) and I had to ASK—...

February 18, 2020

Care Teams is our unique approach to providers working together. Each of our MDs is paired with a PA-C or CRNP (including one with after-hours appointments). When the MD is booked or out of the office, patients can be seen by the PA-C or CRNP on their Care Team. These...

February 1, 2020

Patients of Christine Meyer, MD and Associates can now make payments and manage their billing statements online with SmartPay! 

With an account, patients can view statements, make a payment, set up auto-pay, and update their billing address. Patients can also click...

January 24, 2020

In August 2019, we discontinued the use of email communication for medical matters, in favor of secure messages in our world-class Patient Portal.

Secure messages are a one-to-one direct line to your provider – you can ask questions about your care or your medications;...

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The Commons at Oaklands

Exton, PA  19341

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