Our Passion, Your Health

Our Passion | Your Health features stories on the latest happenings at Penn State Health St. Joseph. Check out our blogs, recipes, patient stories, program highlights, and new services that represent our passion...your health.

Physical Therapy Services Now Offered at Penn State Health St. Joseph Maidencreek

Suffering from back pain, carpal tunnel, headache, or arthritis? Physical Therapists are evidence-based healthcare professionals

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Penn State St. Joseph Raising Awareness about Concussions Prior to Start of Fall Sports

Penn State St. Joseph’s new concussion program is in place and a center to diagnose and treat concussions will be open on the

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Don’t Floss? Your loss says dental hygienist

In light of recent reports, the Dental Department felt compelled to weigh-in in the defense of one of the most important homecare

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Dr. Haley Spagnola joins Penn State Health St. Joseph as a Pediatric Hospitalist

Reading, Pa., August 8th, 2016 — Dr. Haley C. Spagnola, DO, has joined Penn State Health St. Joseph as a

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Young Mother Celebrates Daughter’s First Birthday by Paying it Forward

Maritza Loaiza thought carefully about her daughter’s upcoming first birthday. She wanted to celebrate Mya Sofia’s birthday

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Medicare Recipients Eligible for Free Annual Doctor Visit

If you have Medicare, you are eligible for a totally free yearly visit with your doctor to address health screenings and disease

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Women’s Services adds Dr. Lesley Sweeney, expands to Exeter Ridge Health Complex

Our Women’s Health team of gynecologists shares a unique perspective on Women’s Health— all women doctors dedicated to providing

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A Super Way to Enjoy a Super Food

July is National Blueberry Month! You can pick up these delicious little powerhouse of nutrients at our Farmers Market every Tuesday

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Treatment and Education during Prediabetes Can Ward Off Diabetes

Do you know somebody who has diabetes? There’s a good chance you might, considering that the Center for Disease Control tells

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