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The LCH Community Health Center in Oxford, PA

We are dedicated to helping adults, teens, and children to become healthy and stay healthy.

Our team of primary care providers, chronic care specialists, nurses, behavioral health consultants, case workers, medical assistants, and interpreters work as a team to provided integrated, Person-Centered Care to the greater Oxford community in southern Chester County.

Insurance or no insurance, LCH will take care of you. We evaluate everyone to determine eligibility for discounted services. Our sliding scale fees are based on your income and family size. We don’t turn anyone away due to inability to pay.

Location and Hours

LCH Health and Community Services Oxford is located downtown in the former Sewer Authority building in front of the new parking garage. Free parking is available to patients. There are 20 spaces on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of the parking garage, all near the elevator. The spaces are marked with "LCH Parking Only During Business Hours".


  • Monday 8 am - 5 pm

  • Tuesday 8 am - 8 pm

  • Wednesday 8 am - 5 pm

  • Thursday 8 am - 5 pm

  • Friday 8 am - 12 pm

In addition to medical services in our Oxford health center, appointments are also available via Telehealth. ¿Habla español? Nuestros especialistas médicos hablan español y inglés.

Driving address Oxford: 14 South 3rd Street Oxford, PA 19363. NPI#1760854293 Our health centers are located in Kennett Square and Oxford, with our specialty services site located in West Grove.

Acute & Primary Care

LCH believes in quality, Person-Centered care for all members of the community.

Primary and Acute Services

  • Physical exams and wellness visits
    Physical exams and wellness visits

    Annual check-ups play an important role in your health. LCH will help you build an ongoing relationship with your primary care provider here in Oxford, so that we can quickly understand and easily address changes to your health. Our doctors and medical specialists see all ages, but for infants, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our pediatric office in West Grove.

  • Immunizations

    LCH Oxford follows guidelines from the Center for Disease Control for vaccinations. They are an essential part of good health—for you, for your family, and for the community as a whole. Talk with your provider about the next vaccine you need, such as your annual flu shot, or the next series of immunizations that your child needs as he or she continues to grow. Don’t have insurance or worried that your insurance won’t cover it? LCH provides vaccinations for patients without insurance or those with minimal coverage on a sliding fee scale based on income level and family size.

  • Diagnosis and treatment for chronic illness
    Diagnosis and treatment for chronic illness

    Your body is constantly developing throughout your lifetime, but do not put off seeing a doctor when it comes to changes like shortness of breath or chest pain. We can help screen, diagnose, and provide treatment for successful management of diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes. If addressed early, we may even be able to help prevent the onset of the disease.

  • Minor injuries, aches, and pains
    Minor injuries, aches, and pains

    The doctors and medical specialists on LCH Oxford's primary care medical team can help with injuries and wound care that might be too serious to cure at home. If you are in a life-threatening situation, dial 911. But if you have a situation that does not require an emergency room visit, we can help.

  • Behavioral health counseling
    Behavioral health counseling

    Our dedicated team of behavioral health consultants work with our Oxford primary care providers to support your mental health and wellness. We have three levels of care: integrated behavioral health, outpatient therapy, and medication management. Our psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and behavioral health counselors are dedicated to supporting you through important behavior modification and lifestyle changes. Are you feeling depressed or anxious? Are you worried about the mental health of a friend or a family member? The LCH behavioral health team is here for you.

  • Referrals to specialty care
    Referrals to specialty care

    The medical world can be complicated. As your medical home in Oxford, LCH is your first stop on a supported journey through your health care needs, whether they are with LCH or another medical office. Our Social Assistance Team will connect and advocate for you in the next steps needed for your care.

  • Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment
    Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment

    Sexually Transmitted Diseases are a considerable risk for those who are sexually active. Our Oxford location provides STD testing, discusses results and care, as well as prevention methods for men and women. Interested in family planning and/or contraception? We can connect you to our Women’s Health Center in West Grove to talk through your options for birth control, or how to best get started with preparing for pregnancy.

We emphasize preventive care, and educate our patients on how life experiences and influences at work and at home can affect overall health.

Through our integrated electronic health record system, LCH Centricity, service providers can understand social and environmental influences firsthand on each patient. The LCH team has a full understanding of a patient’s situation, and works together to help move the patients forward to the next level of health, independence, and confidence.

LCH is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Level I Physicians Practice Connections ® – Patient-Centered Medical Home ™. LCH is a Federally Qualified Health Care Center (F and a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) Deemed facility.

Collage of LCH Oxford

In 2013, LCH was in listed as one of the top five Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC's) out of the 40 FQHC's in the state of Pennsylvania.

Chronic Care

Our specialists work with patients and their families on how to manage chronic diseases, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

It takes lifestyle change to manage a chronic disease, and the whole family needs to understand how to support healthy choices for the health of the patient.

Care managers, health educators and social services staff work together to ensure the patient is making healthy lifestyle changes to manage their chronic diseases. LCH continues to bring awareness and resources to the community through outreach and programs.

Schedule a Chronic Care consultation today

Schedule an appointment in LCH Oxford today


Care Management

Care Management will help you to keep your health top of mind.


  1. Free Telehealth appointments with a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) at least four times a year.
  2. Face-to-face visits with your Provider (and BHC during the same visit) at least four times a year.
  3. Making a commitment to your lifestyle goals.

This program will give you ongoing encouragement and resources from all the different support services at LCH. We all get so busy, and sometimes our health suffers from day-to-day stress.

Care Management at LCH includes an extra set of free appointments with our team of health experts that will help you reach your lifestyle and treatment goals. Just say yes to the program during your visit, and LCH will take care of the rest!  We will contact you to coordinate your Care Management appointments for dates and times that best fit your schedule.

The doctors and medical staff at LCH Oxford are dedicated to providing care for the whole community, regardless of insurance status or income level. We accept most private insurances, Medicaid, and Medicare, as well as patients without insurance. Our sliding fee scale is based on income level and family size, so health services are accessible, affordable, and fair for everyone. Regardless of insurance, we screen every patient to see if they qualify for our reduced fee services.


  • Marcella Hill, DNP, RN, CRNP, FNP-C

    Family Nurse Practitioner NPI#1982292397

    Marcella Hill, DNP, RN, CRNP, FNP-C

    Family Nurse Practitioner NPI#1982292397

    When did you join the LCH team?

    I joined the LCH team November 2020.

    Where did you go to school?

    I went to school at Johns Hopkins University.

    What is your medical specialty?

    I’m a family nurse practitioner.

    Why are you excited to work at LCH?

    I’m excited to start my career in the Oxford community. I have a nursing background in community health and I am very passionate about health education. I’m excited to start caring for patients in the Oxford community and also learning about the different cultures in the community.

    What is your most important health tip for patients?

    My most important health tips for patients is to exercise! Moving around a little bit everyday goes a long way.

  • Bridgitt Leon, PA-C

    Physician Assistant NPI#1568007656

    Bridgitt Leon, PA-C

    Physician Assistant NPI#1568007656

    When did you join the LCH team?

    I joined the LCH team in March 2020.

    Where did you go to school?

    NSU Nova.

    What is your medical specialty?

    Family medicine.  I also work a lot with patients with chronic diseases.

    What is your most important health tip for patients?

    Make sure that you are eating right, that you are exercising thirty minutes a day five times week, and make sure you are doing something every day for yourself—that YOU enjoy.

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