NUNDA HEALTH CENTER

Caring for Our Communities

Our Nunda Health Center is a stone’s throw from Letchworth State Park, “the Grand Canyon of the East.”  Home to Tri-County’s current Medical Director, Christian Wightman, Nunda has been offering primary care, pediatrics, and geriatric services since the late 1970’s. In addition, one of Tri-County’s founding physicians, Dr. Norman Wetterau, practices at this center. 

At Nunda, we see patients at birth, as children and teens, into adulthood, and as they age. We consider it a great privilege to treat people in our community through all stages of their lives.

We also provide services regardless of your ability to pay. Call us for an appointment: (585) 468-2528.

Services 

Family Medicine

Nunda Health Center Medical Staff

Christian Wightman, MD, Medical Director

Dr. Christian Wightman, Medical Director Helping people live better lives in the community where he grew up motivates our Medical Director.For Dr. Wightman, a career in medicine meant an opportunity to be a life-long learner and to be of service to others. Both of...

Carly Hank, PA-C

Physician Assistant, Carly Hank Her compassion for families led her to family medicine.Carly was drawn to the field of medicine at a young age. She recalls feeling frustrated that her loved ones felt powerless about their own healthcare, due to lack of communication...

Maggie Schuyler, PA-C

Physician Assistant, Maggie Schuyler From sports medicine to family medicine.Maggie Schuyler began her career in sports medicine. Working as an athletic trainer in a small college in Maine, she yearned for more. Family medicine became the obvious choice and would give...

Christian Wightman, MD, Medical Director

Growing up in Allegany County, he knew he wanted to return to the area after completing his residency. He did and has been here ever since. “I wanted to serve the people and area where I grew up and see it grow. That gives me a tremendous sense of satisfaction.”

Carly Hank, PA-C

Carly’s patient care is led by compassion. “I try to understand and relate to my patients’ concerns and life situations to be able to better help them. Figuring out their goals for their health and how we can work together to reach them.”

Maggie Schuyler, PA-C

Maggie believes that an informed patient is a happy patient. “I want my patients to have all the information regarding their condition and the potential options for management available to them.” This helps patients make informed decisions about their healthcare.