District 2

POMA District 2

District 2 represents Chester and Delaware counties.

District 2 Officers
Chairperson Donna L. Delfin, DOGlen Mills
Vice Chair Glenn R. Ortley, DO, Broomall
Secretary/Treasurer George J. Wolters, Jr., DO, West Chester
Trustee Thomas S. Dardarian, DO, Bryn Mawr
Alt. Trustee Ayanna S. Kersey-McMullun, DO, Upper Darby
Trustee-At-Large Donna L. Delfin, DOGlen Mills
POMA Vice President & Trustee-At-Large George J. Wolters, Jr., DO, West Chester


District Meeting

  • Pending

The District Dish

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

District 2 Recap - March 11, 2020

Camaraderie, Conversation and Coronavirus? 

POMA District 2 membership gathered socially on Wednesday, March 11th at LaFava Restaurant in Glenn Mills to discuss the various osteopathic topics of the day.


District 2 Recap - October 23, 2019

District 2 October 2019 Event

It was a new venue bringing new energy and new conversation. District 2 physicians gathered at LaFava Restaurant in Glen Mills for comradery, learning, and conversation with POMA leadership. Mehul Shah, MD opened the evening with an insightful discussion on new treatment of venous insufficiency. Vein stripping is no longer a leading treatment. Noninvasive, day in, day out treatments are extremely effective.


District 2 Recap - March 6, 2019

District 2 March 2019

Advancements in technology are happening every day. Some procedures that were once considered group breaking are now ancient. The advancements in medical technology was on District 2 members' minds on Wednesday, March 6th.


District 2 Recap - November 14, 2018

District 2 meeting November 14

POMA District 2 gathered on November 14, 2018, at the Dilworthtown Inn, West Chester, Pa. The meeting kicked off with a presentation on Educational Prevention Tools in Patients with PAD/CAD by Garo Garibian, MD. After the presentation, Chris Davis, DO, District 2 Chairman reviewed the POMA November Board of Trustees meeting for the rest of the group. The importance of supporting our PAC in bring an Osteopathic voice to state government and monitoring legislative developments was discussed.