Tyrone Hospital is pleased to be participating in the 2020 Donate Life Challenge.
All people should consider themselves potential organ and tissue donors—regardless of age, health, race, or ethnicity. Don’t rule yourself out! No one is too old or too young to be an organ donor.
Winter will be warmer and cozier for children in the Tyrone area thanks to a generous donation from the Red Knights International Motorcycle Club Altoona PA Chapter 39.
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 $44,000.00 to the Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation with funds to be directed to Tyrone Regional’s Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute’s (BCWHI) Breast Cancer Voucher Program. Continue reading “Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc Supports TRHN”
Employees at the Moshannon Valley Correctional Center (MVCC) donated teddy bears to Tyrone Hospital to support the hospital’s pediatric patients. Tyrone Hospital will distribute the teddy bears to children who receive care in the emergency department, while supplies last.
Construction to repair and improve a portion of roadway on the Tyrone Regional Health Network/Tyrone Hospital campus is now completed.
The Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation invites the community to attend its 18th Annual Tree of Light ceremony to be held Friday December 6th at 11:30 am in the main lobby at Tyrone Hospital.
The Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation has kicked off the 18th Annual Tree of Light campaign.
The Board of Directors of Tyrone Hospital/Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) invite area residents to attend a Community Open Board Meeting to be held Monday November 18, 2019 at 6:30 pm in the main lobby at 154 Hospital Drive (Fitness Center building) on the Tyrone Regional Health Network campus in Tyrone.
Construction to repair and improve a portion of roadway on the Tyrone Regional Health Network/Tyrone Hospital campus is set to begin on Monday November 4.
During construction, the portion of road that stretches from the stop sign at Oak Hill Lane to the stop sign located directly on the hospital campus will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Patients and community members are instructed to access Tyrone Hospital and all other buildings located on the hospital campus using the entrance to Hospital Drive from Clay Avenue.