Contact Us/Customer Service

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Customer Service
Rosanna Elliott
Director of Operations
BergerHenry ENT
(610) 279-1414 x116
relliott@bergerhenryent.com

For urgent medical issues, we invite you to call any of our offices below. To create response efficiencies, you may be greeted by an answering service. Don't worry! We are very quick to respond to phone calls.

 

6 Suburban Philadelphia Locations

BergerHenry ENT Center
60 West Germantown Pike
East Norriton, PA 19401
p 610.279.7878
f 610.279.1680

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Jamestown Medical Building
525 Jamestown Ave, Suite 104
Philadelphia, PA 19128
p 215.482.3100
f 215.482.5693

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Chestnut Hill Medical Building
8815 Germantown Ave, Suite 32
Philadelphia, PA 19118
p 215.248.2400
f 215.248.4323

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Regency Towers (Temporarily Closed)
1001 Easton Rd, Suite 106
Willow Grove, PA 19090
p 215.830.8620
f 215.830.8622

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Montella Crossing
108 Cowpath Rd, Suite 2
Lansdale, PA 19446
p 215.362.6700
f 215.362.6759

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The Oaks (Phoenixville)
400 Cresson Blvd
Suite 305
Phoenixville, PA 19456
p 484.392.7230
f 484.392.7245

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Meet Our Staff

Deborah Derbyshire
Practice Administrator
610.279.1414 x104

Rosanna Elliott
Director of Operations
610.279.1414 x116

Susan Werner
Billing Manager
610.279.4562

Krystal Glass
Assistant Billing Manager
610.279.4562

Gina Scogna
Director of Surgical Services
610.279.1414 x114

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