About Us

Company History


The Sadler Health Center was created as a result of the recommendations of Sadler Clinic Task Force. The Task Force was created by the Carlisle Area Health and Wellness Foundation, now known as Partnership for Better Health, to explore the future of Sadler Caring Center. The Sadler Caring Center was established in the 1980’s and evolved as part of the charitable mission of the Carlisle Hospital and Health Services (CHHC). CHHC sold its assets to Health Management Association in 2001, which agreed to maintain the Caring Center as a health clinic for the uninsured in downtown Carlisle, but only for two years. The Task Force recommended that a new non-profit corporation be formed to assume the operations of the Sadler Caring Center. A community based Board of Directors assumed responsibility for the Sadler Health Center, officially incorporated on October 25, 2002 and commence operations in June 19, 2003. In February 2004 the center moved to a newly designed facility at 100 N. Hanover Street. The Sadler Health Center became designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike in 2005 and a Federally Qualified Health Center in 2015. We provide primary health, behavioral health and dental services without regard to our patients’ ability to pay (fees based on sliding-scale fee schedule may apply).