CHARLTON, MA, January 4, 2021 – Archana Shah, MD has joined Harrington Physician Services’ Family Medicine practice in Charlton and is currently accepting new patients. As a Family Medicine physician, Dr. Shah provides primary care to all ages.
Dr. Shah is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice. She is also a certified medical examiner for the Department of Transportation and holds certifications in Neonatal Resuscitation, Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
Dr. Shah has been providing primary care to families throughout Massachusetts for 20 years, the majority of which she spent at Steward Medical Group at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer. She also served as Chairperson of the Family Practice Department at Melrose Wakefield Hospital and still serves as a part-time Medical Officer of the Day for the Veterans Administration Bedford Healthcare system.
She received her medical degree from MS University of Vadodara in India and completed her residency at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, IL, where she served as Chief Resident. She is fluent in English, Gujarati and Hindi.
Dr. Shah joins Drs. Brenda Geddis-Comrie and Ali Syed at Harrington Physician Services’ Family Medicine practice in Charlton, located at 10 North Main Street.
Dr. Shah as well as other Harrington Physician Services primary care providers are currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment call (508) 765-3145. To find out more, visit harringtonhospital.org.
Harrington HealthCare System is a comprehensive regional healthcare system serving more than 25 communities across south central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut. The system includes Harrington Hospital in Southbridge, Harrington HealthCare at Webster and three additional major medical office buildings: Harrington HealthCare at Charlton, Harrington HealthCare at 169, also in Charlton, and Harrington HealthCare at Spencer; Harrington Physician Services, our primary care and multi-specialty physician group; UrgentCare Express at Harrington in Charlton and Oxford; The Cancer Center at Harrington in Southbridge, and the region’s largest Behavioral Health programs for mental health and substance use.
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