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BOB EVANS COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER Sponsored by Warren General Hospital Auxiliary Monday, August 14th, 2017 8:00 am 8:00 pm Bob Evans will donate 15% of sales to WGH Auxiliary when you present this Warren General hospital flyer at time of check-out. Warren General Hospital Exceptional Care Exceptionally Close
We had all four of our children at Warren General Hospital. We had a good experience and we have recommended the hospital to our friends who are expecting children. It was a great environment and we had a good relationship with the staff. We didnt feel like a number and they seemed happy to help and made us feel a part of the decision process in a relaxed setting. ~ Donnie Tonya Rosie Donnie attended the MMR School of Discipleship program 2000-2002, works as the Marketing Director for Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek, PA.In 2010 he graduated with Bachelors of Science in Business at Edinboro University of PA. Tonya teaches several history classes online for The Potters School, and is busy with three young boys. She is a 2005 graduate of Malone University with a degree in Integrated Social Studies, and just finished her Masters Degree in Middle and Secondary Instruction from Edinboro University. They have three sons and one daughter; George, born in December 2010, Cole, born in
Exceptional Care, Exceptionally Close. I literally walked out of Warren General Hospital just hours after I hobbled in, much thanks to Dr. Simon Amsdell and the orthopedic sports medicine staff and team at WGH. My outcome was every bit as great as the personal care and attention they provided me. It was truly exceptional! We are blessed to have skilled physicians like Dr. Simon Amsdell, right here in Warren, Pennsylvania. It makes me very proud of our hometown hospital! Mark King from Warren, PA Orthopedic PatientMark King and Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Simon Amsdell
Together, Leukemia Lymphoma Society and Subaru are spreading hope, love, and warmth to cancer patients through small gestures of hope. LLS and Subaru are donating over 38,000 blankets and messages of hope, written by Subaru customers, to patients across the country, and donate arts crafts kits to children battling cancer. Sean Ellsworth, of Ed Shults of Warren, is pictured here with cancer survivor James Phillips along with Terry Cook, WGH Cancer Center Director. Brenda Bidwell and Angela Austin from the Leukemia Lymphoma Society help deliver the blankets and arts craft kits for children with cancer.
WARREN GENERAL HOSPITAL SUMMER SIZZLER GOLF TOURNAMENT Monday, August 21st, 2017 CONEWANGO VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB 10 AM REGISTRATION 11AM SHOTGUN START Lunch and Dinner will be served To Register: Print forms and email or mail to George Lilja, Executive Director of Marketing and Public Relations Warren General Hosptioal Two Crescent Park West Warren, PA 16365 firstname.lastname@example.org To print forms click on links below: CEO Invitation letter Sponsorship form Registration Form
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Minnesota Vikings September 17, 2017 (Sunday) 1:00 PM Dr. and Mrs. Gary McAfoos have generously donated (4) Steeler tickets to be raffled-off during our yearly WGH Summer Sizzler Hospital Golf Tournament. First Prize: (2) Tickets w/Parking Pass @ 45-yard line Second Prize: (2) Tickets w/o Parking Pass @ end-zone Drawing will be held after the golf tournament at Conewango Valley Country Club (Warren, PA) during banquet. The winner does not need to be present to win. Raffle tickets are open to the public! +++++++++++++++++ You can purchase tickets and enter the raffle drawing by contacting Jolene Johnson at Warren General hospital. 814-723-4973 ext. 1781 or email: email@example.com 1 ticket for $5.00 or 3 tickets for $10.00
WGH Window Box Gift Shop Christmas in July Sale July 17th-28th, 2017 8am - 4pm Great discounted on Holiday, every day and gift items, at great prices! Cash, Checks, Credit Card and WGH employee Payroll Deduction are accepted. No refunds on Christmas-in-July sales.
Warren General Hospital presented its services at the NWSB Health Fair to hundreds of Northwest Savings Bank employees who left their offices for a health break during work Wednesday June 7th. Northwest Professional Development and Wellness Officer Cameron Frantz said the annual event draws about 450 employees on average year per year. George Lilja, Executive Director of Marketing and Development, from Warren General Hospital promoted a variety of information on new WGH doctors Dr. David Lesseski, family medicine; Dr. Simon Amsdell, orthopedic surgeon; and Dr. Justin Brower, general surgeon and new services aquatic pool at RehabWorks and seven-day-a-week availability at the Walk-In Care center. The hospital also provided skin checks, amongst other things. Dan Grolemundof RehabWorks had a hand dynamometer for testing grip strength and the charts to tell people how their grips compared to Barbara Myers,who works in Online Banking as an Operations Specialist for NWSB, was the raffle
What About Bob? That question may remind movie goers of the 1991 American black comedy starring Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss. Murray plays a psychiatric patient (Bob), who follows his egotistical psychiatrist on vacation. Painfully neurotic, Bob purses Dr. Marvins recovery approach called Baby steps and take a vacation from your problems. Using the approach, Bob stabilizes. However, in the process; he pushes the doctor over the edge. Despite driving his doctor crazy, Bobs silliness and humor win over Marvins family, injecting mirth and fun into the once too serious household. Bob might remind you of some you know. Mental illness is exhausting, to the person experiencing it, to those who support the person and sometimes to those who treat it. A stable home and/or a supportive family are essential for mental health and mental health recovery. In this case, the hopelessly neurotic Bob gets better and happily finds a family- one that accepts and loves him for who he is and what he
Warren General Hospital has announced that a large Community Health Center will assume ownership of the Hospitals two dental practices. Crescent Park Dental, located within the hospital at 2 West Crescent Park, Entrance C and Tidioute Dental of 115 Main Street will be operated by Primary Health Network (PHN). The transition is set to occur June 1, 2017. Warren General Hospital was extremely supportive when Primary Health Network expanded into the Warren Community in March of 2015 and is confident this change will benefit patients in many ways. Warren General Hospital is excited to endorse the transition of dental care to the Warren Community through Primary Health Network. PHN will operate the dental care of both the hospital based Dental Clinic and the Tidioute Dental Clinic. The transition will be seamless and continue to provide outstanding dental care to all ages moving forward with the existing staff and dentists. Please join me in welcoming the Primary Health Network Dental
Warren General Hospital Named National 2017 Top 100 Rural and Community Hospital iVantage Health Analytics index measured the 8 pillars of hospital strength to give Warren General Hospital a high ranking among 4,000 national rural hospitals.
Free Speech and Language screenings for children offered at Warren General Hospitals RehabWorks Department at the parent/guardians convenience. They are available to any age and the child will be assessed in areas of listening, understanding, and speaking. They are short 15 minute screenings. Children with undiagnosed speech and language deficits have a higher chance of having difficulties in the educational setting later in life. Children are growing and learning very rapidly from birth to 5, which makes early intervention crucial to age-appropriate development. Theresa Cook -- Speech/Language Pathologist at WGH RehabWorks To register for these free screenings contact Theresa Cook, our new Speech/Language Pathologist, at 814-726-4070.
Times Observer photo by Ben Oviatt Highmark provided the Warren County School District with a $50,000 grant to extend athletic trainer services for another year. Pictured at the check presentation prior to Fridays wrestling match at Warren Area High School are, from left, Physicians Assistant Luke Hoffmeister, Dr. Simon Amsdell, Nina Ferraro of Highmark, WCSD Athletic Director Rick Gignac, School Board President Donna Zariczny, Karl McFadden of Highmark, Dr. P.J. Lattanzio, Dr. Mason Tootell, Athletic Trainer Andrea Shene, and WCSD Superintendent Amy Stewart. For the second year, Warren County School District will have funding for an athletic trainer through a Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield with assistance from Warren General Hospital. Trainer Andrea Shene was joined by Warren General Hospital staff members Dr. Simon Amsdell, Dr. P.J. Lattanzio, Dr. Mason Tootell, and Physicians Assistant Luke Hoffmeister, who have provided or will provide medical coverage at sporting events this
Diabetes Education Classes are free to the public and will be held the 1st Wednesday of every month from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, in Conference Room C at WGH. The first class is starting on Wednesday Februarys 1st, 2017. Presenters are: Agnes McKenna, Registered Dietitian, Stephanie Dipenti, WGH Staff Pharmacist and Deb Whitton, PTA For more information call Agnes McKenna at: 814-723-4973 extension 1803