Adam Abram - Physician - Physician

Adam Abram, MD, FACS

Heritage First ENT and Facial Plastic Surgery
2025 Technology Dr Ste G03 Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, 17050

More About Adam Abram

Dr. Adam Abram has been practicing medicine in the West Shore area for more than 20 years. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Vanderbilt University and completed his surgical residency training at the University of Virginia and his fellowship training at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Abram is board certified in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery as well as facial plastic and reconstruction surgery. He specializes in the treatment of ear, nose and throat disorders, sinus disease and facial plastic surgery on for children and adults and has board certification for all aspects of his practice.

Office location

Get Directions View Larger Map

Contact Adam Abram

Have a question or want more info? Send us a message below and we will get back to you.

Find A Board-Certified Physician Anywhere In The United States.

Instant Results. Unlimited Searches. Board-Certification Verified. Over 900k physicians.

Recent Reviews


Mahshid Mosallaei-Benjamin

In my opinion, Dr. Benjamin is arrogant, condescending and incapable ... Read More


Kathleen Meyer

Hello Dr Meyer, I received the best gift from you with my breast aug... Read More


Christie Mina

Dr. Christie Mina is an awesome doctor I highly recommend her! She wa... Read More


HEALTH CARE BLOG

Vomiting Causes and Treatments

Vomiting is a common symptom that goes along with many diseases and disorders. In nearly all cases, it is accompanied by a feeling of nausea. The causes of vomiting are numerous and range from mild to

Urination Pain

Urine is typically eliminated from the body through a painless process. Some individuals, however, experience urination pain or discomfort. The pain can vary in intensity and may cause the sensation o

What Is A Torn Rotator Cuff ?

What is a Rotator Cuff ? A rotator cuff is a group of tough tendons and muscles within the shoulder. It maintains the upper arm bone position within the shoulder socket, and it makes lifting and