Both Dr. Alderfer and Dr. Travis grew up and received their medical training here in eastern Pennsylvania and, as the sons of respected physicians practicing in the area, both carry on a family tradition of providing excellent medical care to their community.
 

 James Todd Alderfer, M.D.





 
Dr. Alderfer graduated from Christopher Dock Mennonite High School, received his B.S. from Ursinus College, and earned his medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his residency training in internal medicine at Abington Memorial Hospital and subsequently completed a three-year fellowship in cardiology at Penn State University's Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. When he is not working, Dr. Alderfer pursues his other interests, including running (completing the Pittsburgh Marathon in 1995 and the Philadelphia Marathon in 1996), biking, golf, tennis, and other sports. He is active in his church and enjoys spending time with his family.

 


 

 David Anthony Travis, D.O.


Dr. Travis graduated from Hatboro-Horsham High School, received his B.S. from Albright College, and earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. After undertaking his residency training in internal medicine at Abington Memorial Hospital, Dr. Travis completed a three-year cardiology fellowship at nearby Temple University Hospital. Dr. Travis' varied interests include guitar, landscape design, running, golf, and raising tropical fish. He also enjoys camping with his family and participating in church-related activities.