As part of the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” celebration, the American Nurses Association expanded National Nurses Week, traditionally celebrated from May 6 to May 12 each year, to a month-long celebration in May, giving us more opportunities to celebrate nursing.
National Nurses Month is a time for everyone – individuals, employers, other health care …Read More
Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber (CSSMCW) is pleased to welcome Greg Whorral, MD, FACOG; Jennifer Anto, CRNP; and Rebecca Kebberly, CRNP. The new practitioners, who began seeing patients this month, join Reid Gentile, DO, FACOG and Howard Horne, DO, FACOG, DABOG.
Dr. Whorral has been practicing in women’s health for …Read More
It’s fair to say the past two weeks have been among the most challenging we’ve faced as leaders in healthcare. Despite all of our respective preparation, scenario-planning and effort to get ahead of disaster, we still find ourselves in a very strange new world – the world with COVID-19. Our plans and preparation are paying …Read More
Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber (CSSMCW) is pleased to announce that Sherri Spinos, RN, BSN (pictured, left) has been promoted to the Director of Nursing and Quality and that George Napora RN, BSN (pictured, right) has been hired to fill the position of Director of Surgical Services.
As Director of Nursing and Quality, Spinos is …Read More
On February 1, Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber’s Physical Therapists Tom Anders, Sean Gdula, Sara DelSignore, Kelsey Wallen, Teo Heckman, and Breanne James hosted a Squat Clinic/DARI Motion assessment event for local members of Legends Warehouse Cross-fit Gym.
Attendees of the squat clinic learned about the key points of a back squat; common errors when …Read More
Robin Good of 1st Summit Bank presented a $350 donation to Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center Director Erin Goins. Their charitable support, raised from a variety of activities held in October, helps fund Pink Ribbon Care, a program that provides assistance for patients who are unable to pay for breast-related health services- including mammograms, follow-up …Read More
Laurie Polacek of McIlwain Bus Lines presented a $1,000 donation to Windber Hospice Director Kristie Berkebile, which will be used for patient care services. To raise the funds, the organization held an employee basket party at their Christmas party.
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Representatives of Arbutus Park Retirement Community presented a $1,050 donation to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center in Windber. The community raised money by selling t-shirts, pink gobs, and pumpkin rolls. This is the sixth year the community has held fundraisers to support the center, and this year’s donation brings their total contribution to date …Read More
Associates in Family Eyecare raised $2,000 for the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC). For every pair of ladies glasses sold, the office donated $5. Additionally, a free gift was given to all women who purchased glasses during the month of October. Associates in Family Eyecare began raising funds to support breast cancer awareness in …Read More
Representatives from Mount Aloysius College presented a donation to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC). The college’s eighth annual “Pink Out” volleyball game raised $2,153.35 this year, and more than $20,000 since the event’s start. Their generous support helps fund Pink Ribbon Care, a program that provides assistance for patients who are unable to …Read More