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Girl Scouts add beauty to Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber

Patients and visitors of Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber and the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center can enjoy some added beauty thanks to Girl Scout Cadette Troop 40976 and Senior Troop 40921.

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Linda Fanale and Patricia Felton among those honored by YWCA for community service

The YWCA of Greater Johnstown will honor nine women from the area for their contributions to the community during the 26th annual Tribute to Women on May 31. Honorees are nominated by their peers, who submit a biography about the nominee and her contributions. A selection committee reviews the biographies with the names removed and makes selections based on the merits of the information provided. the recipients from Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber are Linda Fanale, Business; and Patricia Felton, Nonprofit.

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Girls Night Out draws crowd to fight cancer

Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.Nearly 800 women packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center on Tuesday evening to fight breast cancer during the sixth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Gala.

The women also took the Pink Pledge � a promiseR00;to get annual mammograms, have a breast examination performed by their physician and conduct self-breast examinations monthly.

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Ron Corl honored by Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber

Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber paid tribute to veterans and a past board member, Ron Corl, who is also a veteran on Thursday night at the Windber American Legion. Rep. Mark Critz was the keynote speaker at the event, which also promoted the hospital’s VeteranCare Service. Critz said he felt honored that he was invited to be the speaker.

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Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber Main Laboratory Receives Accreditation from the College of American Pathologists

The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) awarded accreditation to Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber Main Laboratory, Windber, Pennsylvania

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Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber Recognizes Outgoing Chairman

On Wednesday, July 13, 2011 a recognition dinner was held at Rizzo’s Restaurant in Windber to celebrate the two- three year terms that J. Ted Hollern held as the Chairman of Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber’s Board of Directors. Hollern was honored with a plaque and thanked for his service and dedication. Hollern will remain on the board in order to continue his support of the hospital.

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Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber honors 111 volunteers

Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber gave back to its 111 volunteers last week at the annual Volunteer Recognition dinner, held at Rizzo’s Restaurant in Windber.

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Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber Gets $500k To Expand Emergency Room

Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.Rep. Frank Burns presented Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber with a $500,000 check from the Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. The money will go toward the hospital’s emergency room expansion project.

This money will allow Windber Medical to start construction on doubling the size of its nursery and by the end of 2011 start construction on their emergency room that will triple in size.

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Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber receives $500K toward new emergency room

On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.
State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.On Thursday afternoon Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber came a little closer to having a new emergency room.

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, presented a check for $500,000 to Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of Windber Medical Center.

“This money will fund improvements to the facility and enhance the quality of care for its patients,” Burns said in a prepared release.

The funding will support the hospital’s emergency room expansion project, which is expected to ease the growing pressure of increased demand for emergency care. The emergency room is designed to care for 5,000 patients, but currently treats two to three times more patients per year.

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Hospital receives $500,000.00 from state – Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber receives state grant for emergency room expansion

Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber has been awarded a $500,000.00 grant from the state of Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP), which will be used to support the expansion of its emergency room. According to Windber Medical Center’s president, Barbara Cliff Ph.D., the expansion is needed to support the increased patient volumes that have been experienced by the emergency room. _x001C_This will also allow us to better meet the needs of our local communities and the people we serve,_x001D_ said Dr. Cliff.

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