Bobbie J. Oshall, CRNP has joined Pinecroft Medical Center, a primary care practice that is part of Tyrone Regional Health Network. She joins Jerome DeJulia, M.D. and Fawzia Haque, M.D. in providing primary care services at Pinecroft.
The Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) Foundation announced that Samantha Aungst of Tyrone was the winner of a Pittsburgh Steelers drawing held as a fund raiser to benefit the Foundation.
Ms. Aungst’s winnings included four Pittsburgh Steelers game tickets and a parking pass for the game held at Heinz Field on Sunday August 20th. Pictured is Samantha Aungst at the Steelers game at Heinz Field dressed in Pittsburgh Steelers regalia.
Tyrone Regional Health Network honored employees with ten or more years of service at an annual recognition event held May 13th. The event was part of Tyrone Hospital’s annual celebration of National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week.
The employee celebration included a complimentary lunch and a recognition ceremony.
Lapel pins were awarded to employees in recognition of their years of service. Pins are awarded for service in five year increments. Employees recognized for ten or more years of service are as follows:
30 years: Mary Burgoon, Nutrition Services.
25 Years: Michelle Dillon, Laboratory, Linda Harris, Environmental Services and Barbara Stewart, Nursing, Emergency Department.
15 Years: Connie Bonsell, Billing, Jerome DeJulia, MD, Tyrone Medical Associates, Michael Halter, DO, Tyrone Medical Associates, Bonnie Leiden, Tyrone Medical Associates, Lisa LeStage, Nursing Supervisor and Rita Swanson, Anesthesia Clinic,
10 Years: Joseph Adams, Director Revenue Cycle, Amanda Lear, Nursing, Medical Surgical Unit, Mandy Lynn, Surgical Technologist, Operating Room, Lesia Riggleman, Environmental Services Supervisor, Carol Rorabaugh, Nutrition Services Supervisor, Patricia Ross, Nursing, Emergency Department, Keri Waksmunski, Radiology and Barbara Woods, Environmental Services.
Tyrone Regional Health Network employs 258 individuals who represent a variety of clinical and non-clinical areas as needed to support the operation of the hospital.
Tyrone Regional Health Network has announced that Fidelis Ejianreh, D.O., family medicine physician, has resigned from the Tyrone Hospital medical staff and his position at Tyrone Medical Associates. Dr. Ejianreh has been a provider with Tyrone Medical Associates since 2003.
Tyrone Medical Associates (TMA) is the primary care physician group practice that is owned/operated by Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN). Dr. Ejianreh provided primary care services at the TMA offices of Bellmeade Family Medicine in Pinecroft, the Houtzdale Rural Health Center in Houtzdale and Toftrees Family Medicine in State College.
“We regret to inform our patients and the community of this change. We wish Dr. Ejianreh all the best in his future endeavors,” said Louise Myers, practice leader at Tyrone Medical Associates. Mrs. Myers said there will be no interruption of services. “Patients can continue to receive services at Bellmeade Family Medicine in Pinecroft and the Houtzdale Rural Health Center offices without interruption and both offices also welcome new patients.”
Alexas Claar, CRNP and Tia Dudukovich, PA-C will continue to provide services at Bellmeade Family Medicine under physician direction. Additional TRHN primary care physicians will be joining the Bellmeade Family Medicine office and they will be announced as soon as details are finalized. Jerome DeJulia, M.D, Internal Medicine physician will join Jim McCliment, PA-C in providing services at the Houtzdale Rural Health Center. The services Dr. DeJulia provides in Houtzdale will be in addition to the services he currently provides at the Tyrone Medical Associates office located on the TRHN campus. Tyrone Medical Associates discontinued services at Toftrees Family Medicine in State College effective April 29, 2016.
Patients who require additional information regarding the services at either the Bellmeade or Houtzdale offices may contact TMA practice leader Louise Myers at (814) 684-3101.
Marilyn Dolbin, MT of Roaring Spring retired from Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) on December 17, 2015.