Demolition, Elevator, Main Entry, Lobby, Private Operatories, and more!
A look down the elevator shaft, fresh ceilings and lighting, a new conference room, waiting room, soon-to-be new entrance, and more!
Our renovations continue! The building exterior and former front entrance are being worked on, plus the addition of our NEW entrance! Office construction continues, including our reception desk and the pediatric operatory.
Here’s a sneak peek into the installation of our new registration desk, plus the addition of a bright, fun play area for kids!
The main entrance is being moved to the rear of the building adjacent to the parking lot. It will feature a new, open atrium complete with elevator for full handicapped access. Administrative offices are being moved to the lower level, doubling space on the upper level for expanded treatment rooms
Like many cities across the United States, Lancaster has been the site of protests advocating for racial justice and equality. At the clinic, we recognize that our role in the community is one of service and healing, and we strive to treat each one of our patients with respect and
Dear Patients and Families, We hope this letter finds you and your family in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. While many things have changed, one thing has remained
Dear Patients, Families and Friends of the Clinic, We are working hard to get ready to serve you at the clinic again. Many exciting changes are in the works to improve safety in light of our new reality. We are planning to begin limited team services by the end of
Click here to read! In this uncertain time, Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic wants to offer you HOPE! Instead of mailing our spring newsletter, we’re making it simple for you to read online to reduce environmental impact and conserve much-needed funds for patient services. Please click here to download your copy of A Journey
After a childhood accident, my husband faced a lifetime of breathing and eating challenges. We gained a profound understanding of the impact of proper medical care when a surgical procedure at Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic many years into adulthood finally allowed him to breathe through his nose for the first