Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) has announced that Brian S. Jacobs, D.O., M.B.A., FAAFP, Family Medicine physician, is joining Tyrone Regional Health Network and the Tyrone Hospital medical staff. Effective January 17, 2017, Dr. Jacobs will provide primary care services at TRHN’s Pinecroft Medical Center where he joins Jerome DeJulia, M.D., H. Alexas Hills, CRNP and Kary Fiore, CRNP. Additionally, Dr. Jacobs will provide services at the Houtzdale Rural Health Center in Houtzdale, PA where he will join James McCliment, PA-C. Dr. Jacobs will also service as Medical Director of Outpatient Services for Tyrone Hospital.
Officials at Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) announced that effective January 1, 2017 services will be transitioned from ProCare to Kids First at the We CARE Therapy Services facility located at 501 Valley View Boulevard in Altoona, Pa.
Kids First Affiliated Services, LLC specializes in services to meet the needs of children including early intervention services, pediatric therapies, parent-child therapy, early child mental health, and other family support services.
Children may continue to receive services at We CARE without interruption during the transition.
TRHN is distributing a notice to patients/parents to make them aware of the change along with an authorization form that parents need to sign to transition care to the new provider.
Students from St. Matthew’s School in Tyrone prepared and donated twenty-five Jared Boxes to Tyrone Hospital.
Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc, a volunteer group that raises money to support breast cancer awareness and help local breast cancer survivors, made a donation of $32,500.00 to the Tyrone Hospital Foundation with funds to be directed to the hospital’s Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute’s (BCWHI) Breast Cancer Voucher Program. Funds donated were raised through Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc’s signature event held in October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Members of Grace Lutheran Church in State College prepared and donated more than twenty Jared Boxes to Tyrone Hospital.
The Tyrone Hospital family extends deepest gratitude and warmest wishes to Anna Mae Campbell who has retired from the Tyrone Hospital Volunteer Program.
Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN)/Tyrone Hospital is supporting the Center for Organ Recovery & Education (CORE) through the Hospital CEO Rose Dedication Program.
The Tyrone Hospital Foundation held its 15th Annual Tree of Light ceremony at Tyrone Hospital.
Interior trees bearing angels honoring or remembering loved ones or organizations were illuminated during the ceremony. Luminaries were placed along the front of the hospital further illuminating the environment for this special event.
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The Tyrone Area High School Cheerleaders made a donation of $552.31 to the Tyrone Hospital Foundation with funds to be directed to the hospital’s Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute (BCWHI) Breast Cancer Voucher Program.
The Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary held their annual Christmas Tea at Tyrone Hospital.