Dr. Kenneth Rictor


Dr. Rictor graduated with honors with a BA in Molecular Biology from UMBC in 1981. He attended the University of Maryland Medical School where he was elected to the AOA Honor Medical Society in his Junior year and graduate with honors with his MD in 1985

Dr. Rictor did his internship and residency training at the Washington Hospital in Washington PA and served as Chief Resident his final year.

Dr. Rictor has spoken internationally with many firms. He established the Hospital Ethics Committee at the Chambersburg Hospital and served as Chairman of the Family Medicine department for 7 years.

Dr. Rictor wrote a book on caregiving, “Who Cares for Me?–A Caregiver Guide” On four separate occasions, Dr Rictor was able to travel to Siberia, Samara and Tashtagol with AGAPE Medical Missions where he served as a family physician and as a featured speaker for Ethics Reform.

Qualifications of Dr. Kenneth Rictor


  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • University of Maryland Medical School
  • Residency at Washington Hospital

Languages Spoken

  • English


  • Family Medicine

Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Family Medicine

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Family Medicine
  • WV Medical State License
  • MD Medical State License
  • PA Medical State License


3730 Scotland Rd Scotland, PA
Pennsylvania 17254

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  • Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a model that restores control of healthcare back to the patient. By helping to control costs and making healthcare more affordable, accessibility is optimized. DPC uses a membership model where patients pay a monthly fee that covers all office visits and includes complimentary services in the office, discounts on meds, labs and imaging.
  • By simplifying the payment system, more time can be spent with direct patient care and our office is not consumed with the bureaucracy of codes, insurances and fee for service care.


Our phones are open at 7:30 Monday- Friday and we try to work within your schedule for care. Many issues can be resolved without an office visit encounter. We use text, email and phone contact for care.

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