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 July 21, 2017


We are pleased to announce George Miller, MD, FACOG, NCMP and Ms. Kay Zlockie, CNM will be joining Evangelical Community Hospital as employed providers. 

 On August 29, 2017, Dr. Miller and on September 12, 2017, Ms. Zlockie will begin seeing patients in the OB/GYN of Evangelical office located on the third floor of the professional office building. 

 The Lewisburg Gynecology and Obstetrics, PC, office will close effective

August 28, 2017. Access to the Lewisburg Gynecology and Obstetrics, PC, patient portal will also close effective August 27, 2017. Patients continuing with Dr. Miller and the care team at OB/GYN of Evangelical can have their information automatically transferred to Evangelical Community Hospital’s patient portal, called Follow My Health. 

If you are scheduled for an office visit after August 28, 2017, you will be contacted by our office to confirm the appointment.   


Office location and contact information:


OB/GYN of Evangelical

3 Hospital Drive

Suite 312

Lewisburg, PA 17837 


 Please join us in celebrating this great partnership.



Brian L. Wolfe, MHA, FACHE                    George Miller, MD, FACOG, NCMP         

Vice President                                             Physician

Physician & Clinic Practices                         Lewisburg Gynecology and Obstetrics, PC


8000 Babies and Counting!!!!

KELLY TOWNSHIP -- Many of us have been in the delivery room at one time or another to witness the unparalleled joy of the birth of a child. One doctor in central Pennsylvania has been there to witness that emotion--8,000 times!

Dr. George Miller of Lewisburg Gynecology & Obstetrics delivers babies for a living and he recently hit a milestone in his career: 8,000 deliveries.

"It seems like a lot. Although looking back, it doesn't feel like that many," Dr. Miller said.

Miller started delivering babies in 1970. He started his own practice near Lewisburg in 1978. There are two facilities at Evangelical Community Hospital that handle baby deliveries. Dr. Miller delivers about one-third of those babies and the other facility with 10 doctors and midwives delivers the rest. Miller says he delivers around 200 babies a year and he credits his staff.

"The nurses who are excited about and proud of what they do, it makes my job easier," Miller said.

After delivering 8,000 babies, Miller says he has a lot of memories over the years.

"Some that are good and some that are not. The one that I remember most is I delivered my own son in 1987," Miller said.

"8,000 babies, that's a lot of babies," Wendy Wat said.

Wendy and Ian Wat of Mifflinburg proudly introduced us to baby number 8,000: Mayleigh Elizabeth, who is 3-and-a-half days old.

The Wats say as first-time parents, knowing Dr. Miller has this much experience is very reassuring to them.

"[We] do know that he did 8,000 deliveries. That definitely builds your confidence in your doctor," Wendy said.

"Especially with me being Chinese, the number eight is very lucky, so 8,000 just tickles me that she's going to be a really lucky baby," Ian said.

Dr. Miller does not plan on stopping any time soon. He is very proud of the accomplishment he just made.

We should add, as of this weekend, his delivery count rose to 8,001.


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