Conda J. Weimer see patients in the ER
Conda J. Weimer, PA-C

Welcome Conda J. Weimer, PA-C

Conda J. Weimer, board certified physician assistant, is now seeing patients in the Emergency Department at Penn Highlands Clearfield, Penn Highlands DuBois and Penn Highlands Elk, according to Dr. Julia Wonderling, emergency medical director and chief of medicine at PH Elk, Dr. Brian Gates, emergency medical director of PH DuBois, and Dr. Greg Little, emergency medical director at PH Clearfield.

Weimer is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, and he will treat patients with acute and chronic illness or injury.

“I am happy to have Conda join our staff and our community,” said Wonderling. “His patients will truly benefit from his knowledge and compassion.”

“Conda is a great addition to the team of professionals in Clearfield,” said Little. “His positive attitude is an asset to our staff and the patients he treats.”

“We are excited to welcome Conda to our team at Penn Highlands DuBois,” said Gates. “His outgoing personality, enthusiasm and knowledge make him a great fit for our department.”

“I really enjoy working in the emergency setting,” said Weimer. “Emergency medicine is about taking care of patients who need rapid evaluation, diagnosis and care, no matter how ill they may be. This is a challenging field, especially in today’s health care system, but providing the emergent care for this community is a great honor.”

Weimer comes to Penn Highlands Healthcare from the MedExpress Urgent Care in DuBois and Indiana. He also has experience in emergency medicine from the Windber Emergency Department in Windber.

Weimer earned his bachelor’s degree in health science and his master’s degree in physician assistant science at Saint Francis University in Loretto. He is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

A native of New Florence, Weimer currently lives in Punxsutawney.