760 Carpenter Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19119
P: 215-848-6880
F: 215-848-3333


Mt. Airy Family Practice is a partnership of board certified family physicians and nurse practitioners. Family medicine is a medical specialty anchored firmly in the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences. We provide continuing, comprehensive healthcare for the individual while emphasizing the health of the family.   Family medicine doctors, like us, provide care for men, women, children and infants - there is no age limit to the patients a family physician serves. There is no part of the body, no disease or condition excluded from the family physician's care. In every sense, today's family physician is what patients throughout history had in mind when they used the term "doctor."  Our primary commitment is to excellence in patient care, we accomplish this with the help of our front desk staff, nurses, and medical assistants

Our Providers

Lauren Kummer, MD

Dr Kummer is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine, she is interested in womens health, sports medicine, and office procedures. Dr Kummer sees patients of all ages

Susan Leath, MD

Dr Leath graduated from the Medical College of Pennsylvania, she holds a Bachelors Degree from Yale University. She is an active member of local health initiatives in Philadelphia

David Lewis, MD

Dr Lewis graduated from Wayne State Univeristy School of Medicine in Detroit. He trains students from Temple University School of Medicine. He has a special interest in Dermatology and performs many in office procedures.

Thomas Lyon, MD

Dr Lyon graduated from Temple University School of Medicine, a former president of the Chestnut Hill Hospital Medical Staff, Dr Lyon has a certification in geriatric medicine from the American Board of Family Medicine

Vincent Tyson, CRNP

Mr Tyson is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson University. He is certified in Adult and Geriatric medicine, is a preceptor with University of Pennsylvania Nursing, and has a special interest in preventative care and mental health