READING, Pa. – A $5.5 million addition to Penn State Health St. Joseph Cancer Center featuring leading-edge radiation oncology technology
Harp Music Offered at Hospital for Patients, Visitors and Staff
Wendy Thompson has learned a lot about the gifts of music since she took up the harp three years ago and started playing her instrument in hospitals in Pennsylvania
Liver Cancer Patients Have Local Access to Minimally Invasive, Life-Extending Treatment at Penn State Health St. Joseph Cancer Center
Originally Published in Central Pennsylvania MD News on October 18, 2018
Penn State Health St. Joseph Cancer Center integrates tissue-sparing yttrium-90
Gloria Rosado Takes the Lead on La Belleza Event
Working from her small office in the Downtown Campus’ Family and Women’s Care area, Gloria Rosado is a driving force behind the popular La Belleza de
Centering on Parenting Program to Kick Off in January
Building on its highly successful CenteringPregnancy program, Penn State Health St. Joseph will in January begin offering a CenteringParenting clinic at its
Downtown Family Residency Practice “Prescribes” Reach Out and Read Program
Penn State Health St. Joseph Downtown Family Residency launched the Reach Out and Read Program on September 6, 2018, championed by Dr. Christina Raguckas.
College of Medicine Awarded Grant to Promote Healthy Lifestyles and Improve Nutrition in Lebanon and Berks Counties
Penn State College of Medicine has received a nearly $4 million grant to promote healthy lifestyles and improve nutrition for Hispanic people living in Berks
Virtual Reality Helps Penn State Health St. Joseph Pediatricians Solve a Problem
Doctors at Penn State Health St. Joseph Downtown Pediatric Practice had a problem.
A patient – a 13-year-old boy – was recently in need of immunizations.
Cooking Demonstration Attracts a Crowd at Downtown Campus
The summer squash salad with herbs was met with approval during a recent tasting in the lobby of Penn State Health St. Joseph’s Downtown Campus, with some
Breast Care Patient Navigators Help Ease the Burden for Women in our Community
Featured in Palo Magazine
Anyone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer or informed of an abnormal mammogram can tell you those experiences are frightening