Milford Primary Care Associates opens doors

By Tim Mastro
Posted 6/16/22

MILFORD — A new family medicine practice has opened downtown and is accepting patients.

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Milford Primary Care Associates opens doors

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MILFORD — A new family medicine practice has opened downtown and is accepting patients.

Milford Primary Care Associates began serving the community at a temporary location at 305 Jefferson Ave. this month. Once renovations are complete in September, the practice will then move to its permanent home next door.

Dr. Cindy Siu said her independent practice is “committed to serving and engaging patients to achieve better health by providing disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment strategies through all life stages, from birth to end of life.”

Dr. Siu has provided outpatient primary care services in Milford since 2018. She was raised in Dover and earned her Doctor of Medicine degree at Sidney Kimmel Medical College. She graduated from the ChristianaCare Family Medicine Residency Program, where she served as chief resident.

She said her office is participating with most insurance plans, including Medicare, Aetna, Cigna, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, Health Options, AmeriHealth, UnitedHealthcare, Humana, TRICARE, Medicaid and more.

Milford Primary Care Associates is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, Dr. Siu said.

Interested patients should call 302-536-2580, visit 305 Jefferson Ave. or go here for information on how to become a patient.

Dr. Siu added that the practice will host an open house once it moves into its new space.

The facility is adhering to COVID-19 protocols: Everyone 2 and older is required to wear a mask, and patients are allowed to have just one visitor.

Those who are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, or other cold and flu-like symptoms should notify the office prior to their appointments, if possible.

In addition, staff continue using enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes, Dr. Siu said.