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Welcome to your patient-centered medical home!
We have achieved Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)! The three-year recognition took effect in December, 2013. Read more >>
What is a patient-centered medical home? It’s a model of care where you will have greater access to your personal doctor who coordinates your care through all stages of life, no matter your age or specific needs. In a patient-centered medical home, YOU are the center of the healthcare team. Your team is headed by your primary care doctor and includes all the healthcare specialists who help coordinate your care. All team members communicate through a shared electronic medical record system called MyChart, which you can also access to review your health history, check test results, and more. As partners, you and your healthcare team share responsibility to ensure you receive the best possible healthcare. Learn more about a patient-centered medical home >>
County Line Medical Pavilion's family practice physicians provide primary care for you and your family with same-day appointments and extended hours. We also offer free get-acquainted visits for new patients and online access to your electronic medical record through MyChart.
Esther Adade, M.D.
Starting May 5, 2014, Dr. Adade sees patients at County Line on Saturdays only.
Esther Adade, M.D., is a family medicine physician who enjoys seeing patients of all ages. She has a special interest in adolescent and women’s health.
Dr. Adade received her bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from the University of California and completed her medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Adade completed the family medicine residency program at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri. She comes to Community after practicing family medicine in Norton, Virginia.
Dr. Adade is married with three children. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children and exercising, and is an avid reader.
David Booth, II, D.O.
Dr. Booth sees patients at County Line on Saturdays only.
Dr. Booth was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He received his undergraduate degree from Penn State University and obtained his medical degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Hospital in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After three years of general surgery training, Dr. Booth completed the Family Medicine Residency program at Community General Osteopathic Hospital, Pinnacle Health, in Harrisburg, PA. Since that time, Dr. Booth has been in private practice in Meadville, PA.
As a board-certified family medicine physician, Dr. Booth enjoys seeing patients of all ages with a special interest in preventive care.
Dr. Booth is married with three children. He enjoys spending time with his family and snow skiing. As a big football fan, he cheers on Penn State and the Pittsburgh Steelers!
Patricia English, M.D.
Dr. English sees patients at County Line on Saturdays only.
Mery Kendall, M.D.
Dr. Kendall is board certified family medicine. She earned her medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 2006. Her special medical interests include women’s health, preventive medicine, simple dermatologic procedures, well child and adolescent health, sports physicals, and medical missions.
"My goal in medicine is to listen to the patient and, with them, come up with a plan to help them improve their health and stay healthy.”
Kathy Mullin, FNP
Kathy Mullin is a certified family nurse practitioner. She graduated from Wishard Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1980. More recently, she earned a masters degree in nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Kathy has 35 years of hospital experience in the areas of mental health, medical-surgical nursing and emergency/ambulatory care. In her free time, she is a published author who enjoys many artistic pursuits, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
“I believe every person is a unique individual and the biggest part of a healthcare provider's job is to recognize that uniqueness and respect it accordingly.”