Evangelical’s SANE Program Celebrates 20 Years of Advocacy for Victims
Twenty years ago, a registered nurse in Evangelical Community Hospital’s Emergency Department saw a need for a program for sexual assault victims. Through perseverance and determination, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program was begun at the Hospital, making it the first program of its type in all of Pennsylvania.
Agreement Brings Enhanced 24-Hour Ambulance Service Into Operation
A newly formed agreement between White Deer Township Volunteer Fire Department and Evangelical Community Hospital will bring 24-hour ambulance service into operation seven days a week for the residents of New Columbia, West Milton, and the townships of White Deer and Kelly.
Comprehensive Team Is On Your Side When It Comes To Breast Health
Breast health is personal. And when a mammogram reveals an abnormality or concern, a whole range of emotions can surface until a diagnosis is made. No one understands that more than the comprehensive team at Evangelical’s Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health, and for them, assisting every patient, every step of the way, is personal and a priority.
Evangelical Celebrates Its Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
National Volunteer week was celebrated at Evangelical Community Hospital from April 6-April 13, 2014. The week sets aside a time to recognize and celebrate the efforts of the thousands of men and women in this country who volunteer their time and energies to help others.
Director of Emergency Services Appreciated for Successful Sexual Assault Program at Evangelical
Darlene Rowe, RN, CEN, Evangelical’s Community Hospital’s Director Emergency Services, was recently notified by Susan Mathias, Chief Executive Officer of Transitions, a crisis center for victims, survivors, and families of violence and abuse, that they nominated her for a 2014 Governor’s Victim Service Pathfinder award in the category of Individual Direct Service.
Evangelical’s Stroke Program Supported by Gift From The Robinson Family
Evangelical Community Hospital’s Stroke Program was recently presented with a gift of $17,500 from the Robinson Family. The family holds an annual golf tournament in memory of their mother, Doris Sharadin Robinson, to honor her lifetime of commitment and involvement with her community. The annual tournament, which began in 2005, was held during the summer of 2013 and over the years has donated over $60,000 to many local charities.
Evangelical Community Hospital Acquires OB/GYN Associates of Lewisburg
Evangelical Community Hospital’s Board of Directors recently announced the acquisition of OB/GYN Associates of Lewisburg. The full ownership transition will be effective July 1, 2014, at which time management of the practice will be under the direction of Evangelical Medical Services Organization (EMSO).