Tower Health

The Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED) remains engaged in coordinating collaborative efforts with Tower Health and County Medical Societies as well as other stakeholders to address concerns such as physician wellness. Together, we are committed to ensuring that patients, within the communities that Tower Health serves, continue to have access to the physicians, health care professionals, and care they need without disruption.

PAMED will continue to provide additional resources and updates as further details are known and new developments emerge.

To assist physicians with their questions during this time, PAMED has developed a webinar to address physician questions and legal considerations.   Watch The Webinar.

Tower Health FAQ

  • What are the latest developments?

  • Does PAMED have mental health resources for physicians or residents struggling with stress and anxiety?

  • What should physicians know about the credentialing process?

  • How can I make sure my CAQH record is up to date in order to facilitate the insurer credentialing process?

  • Are there area attorneys I can contact for legal guidance and advice?

  • How can I reach out to my local county medical society?

  • What additional resources are available for residents and fellows with questions?

The webpage is intended to be a resource for physicians. PAMED is not collecting payment from the attorneys or firms included on the site. PAMED’s inclusion of the contact information will not constitute PAMED’s endorsement of any of the services the attorney or law firm may provide.  PAMED will make no representation, guarantee or warrantee (express or implied) as to the legal services provide by any of the attorneys or firms listed on the site. PAMED is not a third-party to any agreement formed and will not pay for any of the services received as a result of the information provided on this site. 

The information contained on this webpage is for informational purposes only. This information is not intended and should not be construed to constitute legal advice. 


PAMED is advocating on behalf of affected physicians, and remains engaged in coordinating collaborative efforts with county medical societies and other stakeholders to address physician concerns. See how we’re advocating below.