January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month–the perfect opportunity for women to start 2021 thinking about screening, prevention, and getting their overall health exams back on track.
“2020 has been a rough year all around and we fear many women may have put off important health screenings due to COVID-19,” says Erin Goins, Director of Women’s …Read More
By Trudi Brown, MD, FACS – Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center Medical Director
Breast self-exams are one of the most important things that women can do to protect their health. There can be very subtle changes to breasts that only a patient who is regularly performing self-exams will be able to detect.
The most important thing is …Read More
The Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) accepted a check for $12,110 from the Johnstown Walk of Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money to support local cancer patients and caregivers in our area. This year, they presented a total of $55,350 to three area cancer nonprofits in support of their mission to assist …Read More
The Johnstown Walk of Hope, a fund created through the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies, presented an $8,920 check to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center.Read More
On April 30, members of the Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out Foundation delivered a donation of $122,000, the largest in the event�s history, to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center JMBCC in support of patient care services.Read More
representatives from Barnes Saly & Company presented a $8,150 check to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center from their 9th Bingo for a Cause fundraiser, a designer purse bingo event.Read More
Richland High School�s Key Club raised $2,500 to benefit the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center in October during their Pink Out Campaign.Read More
Members of the Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc. committee delivered a donation of $34,600 to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center in support of patient care services.Read More
Associates in Family Eyecare donated $1,500 to the JMBCC. To raise the funds, the office donated $5 per pair of ladies glasses sold during the month of October and accepted donations at the front desk.Read More
On November 17, senior players representing the Forest Hills football team presented a $2,000 check to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center. To raise funds, the team hosted a teacher and staff dress down day and the football boosters sold t-shirts at the annual Pink Out game on behalf of the team.Read More