doering health center

Doering Health Clinic

The Doering Health Clinic provides care to our students and school employees during school hours. 

The Clinic is located below the Dining Hall, with spacious exam rooms and three private rooms where students can obtain care. Personal, confidential counseling is provided by a third party at the clinic and is free of charge for all ANC students.

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Illness Guidelines for School Attendance

Doering Health Clinic Phone Number - 267-502-4582

ANC Nurse Cell Phone (7AM-3PM, M-F) - 215-360-2429

Services offered through the Doering Clinic include:

  • Compliance with Commonwealth school requirements, including physicals and screenings, and other initiatives.
  • Nursing assessments during the school day to determine illness or injury, and response to any school emergency.
  • Routine care for illness/injury to support school attendance.
  • Vaccine clinics as needed to support compliance with Pennsylvania requirements.
  • Collaboration with athletics for care and monitoring of athletes.

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 7:00 am to 3:00 pm


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Kerry Swierczynski, BSN, RN, CEN


I graduated from Holy Family College (now Holy Family University) in 2001 with my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. I worked as an Emergency Room Registered Nurse for over 20 years in a level 1 trauma center in Philadelphia, PA. I hold certifications in CPR, BLS, ACLS, PALS, and CEN. For six years I worked part-time at ANC assisting the Director of the Doering Clinic. I am now full-time and have assumed the position of Director of the Doering Clinic at ANC. I continue to work per diem at another Emergency Room in Philadelphia. Born and raised in the Bryn Athyn community, I graduated from the ANC Girls School in 1994. I now live in Huntingdon Valley with my husband and 4 children. 

The Doering Clinic is named after my Grandfather, Dr. Andrew Doering. He was a graduate of the ANC Boys School (1931) and was fondly known as an old-fashioned community doctor. He served ANC for decades as a physician, and before the era of athletic trainers, he was often on the sidelines to deal with injuries.