Heaven’s Helpers of Central PA Donates Outfits to The Family Place of Evangelical
Evangelical Community Hospital has become the first hospital to take part in making an idea for giving back become a reality for Heaven’s Helpers of Central PA. The group, founded by Dawn McConnell of Hughesville, creates hand-crafted outfits made from donated wedding gowns for infants who never get to come home from the hospital.
Evangelical’s Clinical Data Abstractors Team Receives Award
The Clinical Data Abstractor team was recently presented with the Team CHOICE Award at Evangelical Community Hospital.
The Evangelical CHOICE Award recognizes teams within the Evangelical Community Hospital family of facilities who uphold the highest standards of Communication, Hospitality, Ownership, Integrity, Confidentiality, and Empathy. The award is given quarterly to a department out of nominations received from employees and managers.
Evangelical Auxiliary Hosts 27th Annual Lights of Love to Support Hospice
LEWISBURG- The Auxiliary to Evangelical Community Hospital will be hosting the 27th Annual Lights of Love Ceremony on Sunday, December 7 at 4 pm in the Hospital’s Dining Room, with entertainment by the Buffalo Valley Singers, and concluding with the lighting of the Lights of Love tree outside of the main entrance. Refreshments will be served.
Blaise Alexander Ford Donates Toward the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Throughout the month of October one local dealership took on the challenge to raise funds in the fight against Breast Cancer.
Blaise Alexander Ford in Lewisburg chose to donate $50 for each new and previously owned car sold during October, with a total of $7,550 coming to the Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health at Evangelical Community Hospital. The effort was part of the Paint the Valley Pink campaign, an annual partnership of Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation and Evangelical Community Hospital to raise breast cancer awareness.
Annual Evangelical Hospice Volunteer Luncheon Held
Evangelical Hospice, in its 25th year of providing end of life care to residents of the Susquehanna Valley, recently held its volunteer luncheon at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club. The annual event provides the opportunity for the nearly 100 volunteers of Evangelical Hospice to come together and celebrate those who are reaching milestones.
Cardiologist Joins Evangelical’s Family of Specialists
Evangelical Community Hospital has announced that Petra Lynch, MD, has officially become part of the Evangelical family of specialists.
A cardiologist who also practices interventional medicine, Dr. Lynch specializes in diseases and treatment of the heart. She is experienced in minimally invasive cardiovascular procedures, including heart and peripheral vascular catheterizations, balloon angioplasty, and stent placement.
PINK OUT held at Evangelical Community Hospital
Evangelical Community Hospital employees and volunteers wore pink on Friday, October 24, 2014 in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Pink Out was held to honor all breast cancer patients in their fight against the disease.