Richard L. Weinberger, DO, FACP
(Eastern Region)

Dr. Weinberger is a graduate of PCOM and completed his IM residency with the Scranton- Temple Residency Program ( now known as TWC for GME ) in 1985 attaining ABIM certification the following year. He entered into private practice but remained on faculty of the residency program and became a clinical associate professor and lecturer at Temple U School of Medicine where he was recognized as the highest rated lecturer 3 consecutive years.

He became board certified in Geriatric Medicine by the ABIM in 1990. Dr. Weinberger was awarded Fellowship in ACP-ASIM in 1998 and has made an uninterrupted commitment to teaching for the past 38 years. He served as the Director of IM Services at Allied Services Rehabilitation Hospital in Scranton since 2007. In 2017 he created the first trust to underwrite the inclusion of medical Spanish into the curriculum of medical in the US, supported the research and development of the first manual specifically dedicated to the treatment of opioid use disorder authored by the late David Festinger and Michelle Lent. He also serves on the editorial board of The Journal of Integrative Primary Care.

Dr. Weinberger has recently joined TWC full-time as an assistant program director in IM, clinician and core faculty in their PM&R residency.