District 11

POMA District 11

District 11 represents Berks, Carbon and Schuylkill counties.


District 11 Officers
Interim Chairperson Jeffrey A. Gold, DO, Reading
Vice Chair OPEN
Secretary / Treasurer Bernard C. Adukaitis, DO, Frackville
Trustee Angela D. Zawisza, DO, New Philadelphia 
Trustee at Large Hans T. Zuckerman, DO - Lebanon


District Meeting

  • Pending - August Reading Phillies Game
Districts Go Digital Series

The District Dish

Miss a meeting? Find out what happened in the District Dish Recaps. 

District 11 Recap - September 18, 2019

A beautiful evening greeting several District 11 physicians as they gathered in Orwigsburg for comradery and conversation. The weather was perfect for the event on the patio overlooking the Pennsylvania mountainside. 

District 11 September 2019 meeting


District 11 CME Event Recap - March 30, 2019

FREE CREDITS!!!! This is always an opportunity that’s hard to pass up. Several POMA members didn’t turn down the chance. From cardiology to the GI tract, the attendees learned about a wide range of topics.


District 11 CME Event March 19

District 11 CME Event Recap - September 29, 2018

Over 20 POMA members gathered in Pottsville on Saturday, September 22 for an educational opportunity. District 11 hosted their second CME event of the year. The event, eligible for 4.5 Category 1-A credits, included the topics of Kyphoplasty, Osteoporosis, Cancers and orthopedic surgery. 

District 11 CME Event


District 11 Recap - Car Sear Inspection - September 23, 2018

To help kick off Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week, POMA District 11 partnered with the Orwigsburg Police Department to provide free car seat checks for the community on September 23.  During the event, held at the office of POMA Past President Michael Zawisza, DO, approximately 20 checks were completed. 

District 11 Car Seat Inspection


District 11 Recap - May 16, 2018

On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, POMA’s District 11 met at the Oak Hill Inn for a CME dinner. Angela Zawisza, DO, gave a lecture to the group on common pediatric infectious diseases.  This was followed by a presentation on the meningitis B vaccination.  After these presentations, the group had a discussion on pharmaceutical advertising to the general public and the appropriateness and inappropriateness of this. This was an enjoyable debate and we enjoyed the sharing of differing opinions.