Getting to Know You

This marks my first column as Tyrone Regional Health Network’s (TRHN) CEO.  The purpose of this column is to provide a way for our TRHN family, patients and community to learn more about TRHN, the healthcare industry and on a personal level, TRHN’s leadership.

Periodically, I’ll use this column to share my thoughts and provide updates on TRHN. I’ll keep you updated on the high quality of care we have achieved and how we are setting even higher standards for ourselves with regard to quality. Our goal is to remain focused on high quality patient centered care that is accessible and affordable.

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New and Expanded Services at Tyrone Regional Health Network

Over the past few years, Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) has built a remarkable network of services working in partnership with other area healthcare providers. We remain focused on delivering high quality of care with an outstanding level of customer service and personal attention while making services convenient and accessible for people in our service area.

Let me review some of our recently established and expanded services.

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Cardiology Service Expansion at Tyrone Regional Health Network

January 11th is the official opening day of the Cardiology Associates of Altoona office on the Tyrone Regional Health Network Campus! The addition of Cardiology Associates of Altoona significantly expands the cardiology services at TRHN. This expansion is in terms of the physician care, the breadth of cardiology expertise and the cardiac diagnostic services that people in communities throughout our service area can now access at Tyrone.

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We Care Therapy Services: Improvements, Expansion and Upcoming Open House

In February of 2015 Tyrone Regional Health Network and ProCare PT, LP worked together to develop and launch We CARE Therapy Services to serve special needs children in our region. We developed We CARE to fill a service void that occurred when Easter Seals vacated Blair County.
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