Elizabeth A. Yardley, MD

Family Medicine, Primary Care

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Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Family Medicine
Primary Care
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Women's Health, Adolescents, Weight Management
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About Dr. Yardley

Philosophy of care

I sincerely value getting to know my patients and building a relationship based on mutual respect and trust. I want to become a partner as we work together to maintain your health. As a caregiver, I try to see the "whole person" and not just symptoms or medical diagnosis. I consider all aspects of your health and provide you and your family the best care possible.

Why I entered medicine

I was always interested in the human body and how it worked. I am extroverted and enjoy interacting with people and helping others, thus a call to practice medicine came naturally. I chose family medicine because I really enjoy taking care of entire families; seeing children, parents and grandparents. I love the variety of doing well visits, diabetes and hypertension management, mental health care, and procedures such as joint injections and IUDs – often all in one day!

Community involvement

I am new to both the Lehigh Valley and Pennsylvania, so I look forward to getting involved in the community here. Most of my previous community involvement was through church and ministry related activities. I am looking forward to learning about opportunities in the area and getting my spouse and three children involved as well.

Personal interests

I enjoy family time, cooking, reading, hiking, wine-tasting and horseback riding.


University of Georgia, Athens, BS - Exercise Science & Sports Studies, 2006

Medical Training
Medical College of Georgia, MD, 2010


Residency 2013
Family Medicine, Palmetto Health Richland and University of South Carolina School of Medicine, South Carolina


American Board of Family Medicine - Family Medicine

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