Call the Doctor

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Call the Doctor

Tuesdays at 7pm on WVIA-TV
Sundays at 2pm on WVIA-TV

Also available on WVIA OnDemand

Call the Doctor is a health care series broadcast live every Tuesday at 7:00pm by the PBS station WVIA-TV serving a regional audience of hundreds of thousands in 22 counties throughout northeastern and central Pennsylvania. The 1 hour show features a panel of top medical and health care professionals informing viewers about important and relevant health issues. The panel answers live call-in and email questions from viewers.

Viewers may call in questions during the show at 1-800-326-9842 or submit your questions at the bottom of this page.

If you have a topic or a condition you would like to see covered on a live Call the Doctor program, please e-mail your ideas and suggestions to Joseph Chrobak, producer of Call the Doctor josephchrobak@wvia.org

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