Morning Rounds

Typically starting from 8 to 9 a.m. each designated team of multidisciplinary staff meet to discuss clinical progress and needs of each patient on their designated units.

Interdisciplinary Team Conference

  • Each week you will take part in an Interdisciplinary Team Conference which is held to discuss any patient problems, feedback and goals with all staff of the patient’s interdisciplinary team.


  • The didactic series is an 18-month cycle and provides three hours of resident activities per week on Wednesday afternoons. Lectures are provided by PM&R faculty, other Tower Health faculty, and allied health professionals. Emphasis is placed on an active learning philosophy.
  • Call Responsibilities - Our residents have NO night call. Weekend call depends on year of residency.

Why Reading, PA? 

The city of Reading and surrounding areas boasts a lively downtown and main street, while also offering thousands of acres of outdoor space at our many state parks and lakes. West Reading’s sidewalks are lined with locally owned brewers, wine 

bars, and restaurants all within a walking distance between one another and are often hosts to arts festivals and music events. Whether it be hiking, running, biking, or kayaking, escaping the city is easy at one of the many outdoor escapes, like French Creek State Park or Blue Marsh Lake. Along with its downtown area and great outdoor spaces, Reading’s costs of living is 27 percent lower than the neighboring city of Philadelphia, and has highly rated school districts. We are centrally located to make the most of the mid Atlantic area, with Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore, and Washington DC all no more than a few hour’s drive away. Reading is also a thriving art hub with local places like the Goggleworks Center for Arts and Santander Arena & Performing Arts Center. Two local minor league team, Reading Royals Hockey and Reading Phillies Baseball provide locals with entertainment year-round.