Atlantic General Primary Care - Ocean City
Atlantic General Primary Care
Townsend Medical Center
10th Street, Ocean City
1001 Philadelphia Avenue
Ocean City, Maryland 21842
The Townsend Medical Center provides primary care and x-ray services for
its established patients in the Ocean City community as well as walk-in
patients at its Atlantic ImmediCare seasonal clinic. The center also provides
occupational health services to employers in Ocean City and the surrounding area.
The providers at this location are part of Atlantic General Health System’s
Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Program. To learn more about this program,
The Townsend Medical Center is also the location of the seasonal Atlantic
ImmediCare walk-in clinic, open seven days a week from May to October.
This is also the location
Occupational Health Services.
Stephen Waters, M.D.
Dr. Stephen F. Waters received his medical degree from Georgetown University
Medical School in Washington, D.C., and completed his internship and residency
at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Waters is board certified
by the American Board of Family Practice and was elected as the first
chief of the medical staff at Atlantic General Hospital. He also served
as a member of the Board of Directors. He is currently serving as the
medical director for Atlantic General Hospital.
Amy S. Barshinger, CRNP
Amy S. Barshinger, CRNP, earned a master’s degree in family nurse
practitioner studies at Wilmington University in Georgetown, Del. after
earning her bachelor of science in nursing from Salisbury University in
Salisbury, Md. Prior to joining the Atlantic General Health System, Barshinger
worked in many specialties, including family practice, internal medicine,
urgent care and occupational health. She holds ANCC and AANP certifications.
She is currently accepting new patients.
Roy Cragway, M.D.
Dr. Roy Cragway serves as an urgent care physician at Atlantic ImmediCare,
an affiliate of Atlantic General Hospital located on 10th Street in Ocean
City. He has worked with Atlantic General Hospital and Health System since
1994 and is currently director of AGHS Occupational Health Services. Cragway
completed medical school at the University of Maryland’s School
of Medicine in Baltimore, Md. He is board certified by the American Board
of Forensic Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine.
Lorren Donmoyer, M.D.
Lorren Donmoyer, M.D., received his medical education from Pennsylvania
State University College of Medicine and Eastern Virginia Medical School.
He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Donmoyer
is now accepting patients at Townsend Medical Center in Ocean City.
He is currently accepting new patients.