STURBRIDGE, MA – Matthew Dalke, MD MA has joined Harrington Physician Services’ Family Medicine practice in Sturbridge, providing primary care to all ages.
Dr. Dalke is board certified in Family Medicine and is also certified in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support and Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics. He received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock, Akansas and completed his medical residency at Cox Family Medicine in Springfield, Missouri.
Prior to joining HPS, Dr. Dalke was a family medicine physician and hospitalist at Piggott Community Hospital in Piggott, Arkansas, where he also provided care in the hospital’s Emergency Room.
While in medical school, Dr. Dalke also served as founding student director for the North Street Clinic, a free clinic run by the UAMS. He also was a medical volunteer at the Westside Free Clinic run by the Diocese of Little Rock in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Dr. Dalke joins Dr. Gennady Gelman, and Nurse Practitioner Shanell Vance at Harrington Physician Services’ Family Medicine practice in Sturbridge, located at 198 Charlton Road.
Dr. Dalke as well as other Harrington Physician Services primary care providers are currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment call 508-347-9240. 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.