WVIA Addresses Critical Health and Wellness Needs in Call the Doctor

WVIA, public media for Northeastern Pennsylvania, addresses critical health and wellness needs of the region with their premiere medical series, Call the Doctor.

Call the Doctor is one of WVIA's longest running programs having debuted in January 1988. The show supplies viewers with direct contact, during the broadcasts and after, to available local resources that can help those in need through their difficult health journeys.

The program is hosted by award winning journalist, Paola Giangiacomo, and can be seen Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m., Thursdays at 10 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m on WVIA-TV. In addition to being seen on WVIA’s upcoming season of Call the Doctor, Paola can be heard delivering news on FOX News Headlines 24/7 on SIRIUSXM Channel 115.

Watch a full episode of Call the Doctor on prostate cancer, one of the most common types of cancer in men.

Call the Doctor offers helpful resources in areas such as breast cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, mental health and addiction among many others.

The battle against breast cancer is one issue that Call the Doctor focused on to inform the public of the modern advancements, options and choices available. The hosts shared personal stories from those whose lives have been affected by breast cancer, and talked with a variety of local doctors, clinicians, and representatives from organizations about the importance of knowing your options and choices.


For more information on Call the Doctor and access to full episodes, visit their website.