Dr. Patricia Montgomery is a family physician treating patients in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding communities. She holds certification from
the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Montgomery is also a member of professional organizations including the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Association, and the Delaware County Medical Society.
In order to pursue her medical degree, Dr. Montgomery attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She continued her medical education at Abington Memorial Hospital, where she received her residency training in internal medicine.
Patients visiting Dr. Montgomery can receive a full range of medical services. She provides treatment for specific illnesses and issues, as well as general medical consultations. Dr. Montgomery is affiliated with facilities including the Lankenau Medical Center, Riddle Hospital, and Paoli Hospital.…
I had a physical during this visit. Dr Montgomery was very thorough and did not make me feel rushed or unimportant. I left her office feeling that all my questions were answered, systems checked & necessary testing was ordered.
May 6, 2014by Sarah Jenn P. (Verified Patient)
I was extremely pleased with Dr. Montgomery. I thought she was thorough & very tentative.
She answered all my questions and referred me to a colleague for further treatment
I was so impressed my Husband is now changing to her care
Thank you to Dr. Montgomery & her wonderful staff.
Less than 3 months agoby a Verified Patient
Dr. Montgomery and her staff were very professional. I was seen promptly at my appointment time. My questions and concerns were all addressed!
Less than 6 months agoby a Verified Patient
This was my first visit to Dr. Montgomery and she apologized for not being at her best because she was not feeling well. Despite this, she was very thorough in doing my physical. My gentle suggestion to her is that it would be helpful in building rapport with a patient to explain just briefly what she is doing and why, and what she is noting. (I have never had anyone listen to my neck with a stethoscope before.) I am assuming that she did not ask me what I did for a living, if I had children, or had any "get to know you" conversation, because she was not feeling well. I hope that I just caught her on a bad day and that in other circumstances she would show more interest in getting to know a new patient. Our social, economic, nutrition and familial circumstances are intertwined so closely with our health that it seems important understand how these factors affect the complete well-being of a person and not to focus only on the physical.