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Michele Neff-Bulger, DO, FAAP, FACOP
Regional Clerkship Director of Pediatrics, Central Campus
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Department of Medical Education
Central Campus

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
Central Campus
Geisinger Medical Center 
100 North Academy Ave.
Danville, PA 17822

Woodbine Clinic
115 Woodbine Lane
Danville, PA 17821
Fax: 570-271-5851

Research interests

Quality improvement, post-partum depression screening, long-term impact of early identification and intervention of post-partum depression, benefits of breast feeding and risks/benefits of skin-to-skin

Educational interests

Relationship-centered communication and patient-focused interdisciplinary approach to teaching 

Clinical interests

Newborn medicine, breast feeding management, ADHD, standardizing care across service lines and development of guidelines for standard care

Recent publications

  • McHenry, Heather, Neff-Bulger, D.O.,Michele.,et al., Keystone 10 Breastfeeding Initiative Poster presented May 2017 at State Keystone 10 Conference, Harrisburg, PA
  • Neff-Bulger D.O., Michele, Lauver B., et al., Early Onset Sepsis Risk Assessment Protocol For Evaluation and Management of Newborn Sepsis Poster presented May 2017 at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA
  • Neff-Bulger D.O., Michele. HPV: Where Are We Now. AOA Health Watch. 2016 September
  • Neff-Bulger D.O., Michele. Skin-to-Skin Poster May 2016
  • Neff-Bulger D.O., Michele. Human Papillomavirus Vaccines: Making a Difference. AOA Health Watch. 2014 September
  • Neff-Bulger D.O. Michele, Adele Spegman PhD. “Prenatal to Pediatrics:Coordinated Interventions to Promote Tobacco-Free Homes.”  Poster presented October 2011 at the APHA Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. and March 2012 at the ALF (Annual Leadership Forum), Schaumburg, IL


Doctor of Osteopathy (1994-1998) – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 
Pediatric Residency (1998-2001) – Geisinger Medical Center 


Student research opportunities

Long-term impact of early identification and intervention of post-partum depression, benefits of breast feeding and risks/benefits of skin-to-skin