HONESDALE - Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers (WMCHC) has welcomed Board Certified Family Medicine Practitioner James G. Cruse, MD to the Honesdale Family Health Center.  Dr. Cruse offers outpatient primary care services to adolescents and adults at the center’s Stourbridge Medical and Professional Complex in Honesdale.

“Dr. Cruse has a long-standing career of serving patients within a small-community setting,” stated Frederick Jackson, executive director, WMCHC.  “It has been our good fortune that he has chosen to relocate from Georgia after 16 years of practice to now call Honesdale home.”

Dr. Cruse received a Doctor of Medicine degree as well as completed his internship and residency in family medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.  He was most recently employed as a family physician at North Atlanta Primary Care in Cumming, GA.   Dr. Cruse is board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice.

Dr. Cruse says he enjoys family practice because “it is really about the relationships with people. I basically get to talk to patients all day while I help them with their problems.”  He added, “My day is usually filled with a lot of laughter and occasional tears.  Overall, it is very rewarding.”
New patients are being accepted.  Please call 570-251-6672 to make an appointment with Dr. Cruse at the Honesdale Family Health Center.

WMCHC, is a federally qualified health center clinically affiliated with Wayne Memorial Health System, Inc.  
WMCHC offers primary care, women’s health care, pediatric services, dental care, pulmonology, general surgery and behavioral health services at satellite offices located in Wayne, Pike and Lackawanna Counties. 

For more information on all of our services, call 570-253-8390 or visit us at www.wmh.org/WMCHC.