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Family Practice Residency Program at UPMC Lititz: Faculty

Our Family Medicine Residency Program faculty are committed to giving you the feedback and coaching you need to be successful in the program.

Our faculty are among the most respected in the region and employ innovative teaching methods in a community learning environment to help you grow as an individual and as a physician. 

Christopher Scheid, DO
Program Director (PCOM '12)

Dr. Chris Scheid is a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania native. He completed his undergraduate studies at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He then went onto medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training at UPMC Altoona. Dr. Scheid enjoys outdoor activities including fly-fishing, hiking, kayaking, and biking. He is a strong proponent of the UPMC Lititz Residency training based out of the UPMC Lititz community hospital. Dr. Scheid believes in well-rounded, hands-on family medicine training and encourages residents to always pursue opportunities to learn new skills. Dr. Scheid and his wife are happy to have returned to Lancaster County due to the abundance of fresh produce and proximity of family.

Adam Voelckers, MD, FAAFP
Associate Program Director

Dr. Voelckers is the newest member of the care team, joining UPMC Lititz in September, 2020. He received his medical degree from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and a bachelor’s degree from State University of New York at Geneseo. He completed his residency in family medicine at the U.S. Naval Hospital Bremerton. Prior to joining UPMC College Avenue Family Medicine, Dr. Voelckers was a physician at Harrison Medical Center and a core faculty member at the Northwest Washington Family Medicine Residency. He has a special interest in chronic disease management, patient partnership, and teaching. In his free time, Dr. Voelckers likes to spend time with his family and enjoy outdoor activities.

Lora Mangus, MD
Dr. Mangus is a general pediatrician. She has lived in Lancaster since 2008 and has worked with the family medicine residency program since 2010. Dr. Mangus completed her undergraduate degree at Manchester College in Indiana and completed her medical school training and residency program at Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN. She has been in practice since 2000. Dr. Mangus is married and has four children. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, walking, tap dancing, and being involved in church activities. She has a special interest in caring for children and families who have come together through foster care or adoption, as is the case with her own family. Dr. Mangus enjoys working with the resident physicians and seeing them grow in their personal and professional development. She encourages them be dedicated, hard-working physicians but also to maintain a healthy work-life balance.

Margaret Reiley, DO
Dr. Reiley completed her undergraduate degree at Wilkes College (Wilkes-Barre, PA) and attended medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a 1-year internship at the Hospital of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine followed by her Pediatric residency at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA. Dr. Reiley worked at a practice in Wyomissing, PA before joining a pediatric practice in Lancaster in 1995. She has been involved with the Family Medicine residency program for the majority of her time since practicing in Lancaster. She supervises and teaches the residents in acute and chronic pediatric care as well as preventative care, and she has enjoyed her interaction with the medical students, nurse practitioners, PAs, and family medicine residents over the years. She enjoys reading, theater and travel – especially to a beach! Dr. Reiley thinks that Lancaster is a great place to practice medicine and raise a family. 

Logan Dougherty, LCSW
Logan earned his credentials with degrees in clinical psychology and forensic addition counseling at Tusculum University and The Breining Institute, respectively. In addition, Logan will continue his educational endeavors starting this fall at Wrexham Glyndwr University, Northern Wales, United Kingdom (online) studying Criminal, Forensic Psychology. With years of counseling and education experience, Logan takes pride in his ability to develop a safe, nonjudgmental therapeutic rapport with his patients. With a specialty in substance abuse, Logan is able to educate, counsel, assess and correlate the underlying co-occurring determinants of addiction. Working under the Collaborate, Integrated Model, Logan enjoys the team approach, and input from the entire family medicine team.

Adrienne Kametz
Residency Program Coordinator

Adrienne joined the UPMC Lititz team in April 2020 after many years as a public school teacher and a few in GME. She enjoys working with the residents and helping them navigate the administrative waters of residency, aiming to make the stressful time of residency a little more manageable. Having earned her B.A. in History from Washington College, Adrienne loves reading and discussing social and cultural history. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and bicycling with her husband and children, painting, and baking delicious treats for her family.

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Adrienne Kametz
Residency Coordinator, UPMC Lititz
Phone: 717-625-5646

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