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On a recent episode of Janet Parshall's syndicated radio show, author Brian Godawa outlined one tenet of his storytelling philosophy: "If you don't accurately depict man's depravity, the redemption in your story will not ring true." That principle certainly applies to Godawa's latest novel. more»
“Kingsman” is a slick, funny, exciting spy thriller that feels both charmingly old-fashioned and thoroughly contemporary.
Subtitled “The Secret Service,” this high-octane actioner concerns a fictional British operation that prides itself on combating global crime while remaining privately funded and completely unacknowledged by the public. more»
Front row, left to right: James Stopper, Chief Financial Officer; Central Scheduling Representatives - Ann Varney, Alison DiFranks, Hermi Kramm, Zarina Robbins (Manager); and Christin Kieffer, Director of Patient Access. On the stairs, left to right: Central Scheduling Representatives - Lynda Jarrett, Sharon Edkin, Carol Yost, and Stacy Sauers. Image provided.
The Central Scheduling team was recently presented with the Team CHOICE Award at Evangelical Community Hospital. more»
Father’s Hope recently presented a donation of children’s books and stuffed animals to the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. Here, Kevin Mertz, Father’s Hope director, presents the donations to Maggie Heimbuch, of the hospital’s Child Life Services department. Image provided.
MONTOURSVILLE — Father’s Hope, a Central Pennsylvania based nonprofit organization, has announced two new locations where donations of small stuffed animals can be dropped off. more»
A heart attack strikes someone every 34 seconds and is the leading cause of death in American women. For matters of the heart, every minute counts so women are encouraged to be vigilant in knowing about heart health and being aware of how heart attack symptoms may look and feel in real life. more»
Evangelical Community Hospital welcomes Karen A. Dohl, PA-C. Dohl will be instrumental in the introduction of the Diabetes Center of Evangelical, part of the Evangelical Medical Services Organization network of primary and specialty care practices. more»
Pediatrics of Evangelical has announced its new location as the Professional Office Building of Evangelical Community Hospital, Suite 122, Lewisburg, Pa. Any appointments previously scheduled at the 45 Forestwood Drive, Lewisburg, location should report to the new location starting Monday, February 2, 2015. more»
LEWISBURG—The Evangelical Gala, Evangelical Community Hospital’s premier fundraising event, will take place on Saturday, March 7 at Larison Hall on the campus of Bucknell University. The Gala begins with a 5:30 pm cocktail hour and a silent auction, followed by dinner and dancing to music provided by Paris, a Philadelphia-based band. more»
Lynn Estomin, professor of art at Lycoming College, will have her exhibit, "SHAME," featured in Foreman Gallery at Harwick College in conjunction with the 2015 college-wide symposium, "Health and the Environment: Individual Courage and Community Activism." The piece will be on display Feb. more»
The staff of Evangelical Community Hospital’s The Family Place accept a donation from Heaven’s Helpers of Central PA. The group donated outfits made from wedding gowns call “Angel Gowns” to The Family Place’s infant loss program. Pictured from left to right: The Family Place staff members, Karin Ede, RN, Susan Payne, RNC, BSN, Dawn McConnell of Heaven’s Helpers of Central Pa, and Amy Noaker, RN, BSN. Image provided.
Evangelical Community Hospital has become the first hospital to take part in making an idea for giving back become a reality for Heaven’s Helpers of Central PA. The group, founded by Dawn McConnell of Hughesville, creates hand-crafted outfits made from donated wedding gowns for infants who never get to come home from the hospital. more»
Breast Cancer Awareness doesn’t end in October. The staff of the Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health is concerned about your health every day of the year. This November, Evangelical Medical Services Organization will be reaching out to women throughout the community during the 10th annual Mammathon, an event designed to motivate women to schedule their annual mammogram. more»
On October 23, 2014, Sue Hertzler, LPN at Evangelical Community Hospital (left) was sworn in by Kelly Diller, Notary and Board Administrator with the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs (right), as a first term member of the State Board of Nursing, a board of the Pennsylvania Department of State. Hertzler will hold the position on the board until October 14, 2020. Image provided.
LEWISBURG, PA - Sue Hertzler, LPN, of Evangelical Community Hospital was recently sworn in as a first term member of the State Board of Nursing, a board of the Pennsylvania Department of State, Harrisburg, Pa. more»