For a group of students at Ross Elementary School in Lancaster City, the daily commute to school is now a walk of fame, thanks to a recent art project organized by Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health.
Burnout is so prevalent in health care that some researchers call it an “occupational hazard.” It’s easy to understand why. While our work as health care professionals is important and incredibly fulfilling, it also can lead to significant physical and emotional stress.
In March, team members from Family Medicine Twin Rose volunteered their time to support the Plant the Seed of Learning program at the Columbia Outpatient Center.
It’s been a little over a year since Colleen Levitan, LPN, CC, first started her weight loss journey. When the nursing supervisor at Family Medicine Mount Joy decided she wanted to be a health coach, she first decided to help coach herself to a healthier weight.
In May 1916, Lancaster General Hospital received its first motorized ambulance to better serve area residents. The ambulance was a gift from Henry Keiper, who pledged to keep the vehicle in repair during his lifetime.
In September, the Cardiac Catheterization Lab (Cath Lab) at Lancaster General Hospital, identified a priority issue: Zero percent of morning cases started on time.
In January, Penn Medicine recognized nine nurses from across the health system for their clinical excellence. Among them was Nay Saechao, Clinical Nurse IV in the Intensive Care Unit.