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Berks Community Health Center Names Director of Podiatry, New Podiatrist Welcomed

by Berks Community Health Center

Berks Community Health Center Names Director of Podiatry, New Podiatrist Welcomed

Director and New Podiatrist Welcomed As Podiatry Services Increase

READING, PA. – Noahleen Betts, DPM, has been named Director of Podiatry at Berks Community Health Center. Previously in private practice since 2008, Dr. Betts joined Berks Community Health Center in 2015. A graduate of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, she completed residency training at Roxborough Memorial Hospital which included forefoot surgery, rearfoot reconstructive surgery and comprehensive wound care. She is interested in sports medicine and participates in The Reading Hospital Road 10K Run annually. She is very much involved in community service and is founder of the Miss Teen Reading, PA Organization in 2012. This non-profit organization aims to increase the graduation rate of female students in the Reading School District and their matriculation rate in post-secondary institutions.

Podiatrist Zain Chaudry, DPM, has also joined the BCHC Provider staff. Dr. Chaudhry provides foot care to patients at the Rockland Street health center location. A graduate of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, where he received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, Dr. Chaudry then earned a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his residency at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident in his final year of residency. He is also affiliated with Jefferson Health NE-Centers for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine, the Comprehensive Foot & Ankle Center in Philadelphia and Collegeville, and is an attending podiatrist at Nazareth Hospital.

Said BCHC Chief Medical Officer Mary Kelleher, MD, “Offering foot care right at BCHC locations enhances our ability to provide integrated care for all our patients, and has a significant impact on decreasing the risk of complications for our patients with diabetes.”

For more information on BCHC services, call 610-988-4838.