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Penn State Health St. Joseph to expand presence into Western Berks County

Penn State Health St. Joseph to expand presence into Western Berks County Robesonia facility will open May 15th with family medicine, outpatient services

Reading, Pa., March 20, 2017 – Penn State Health St. Joseph will open its newest satellite location for physicians and outpatient services in Robesonia on May 15th. The health system will occupy the site of the former Giannotti’s Italian Kitchen restaurant at 410 E. Penn Avenue, Robesonia. The facility, currently undergoing renovations, is located across from Conrad Weiser High School.

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Fleetwood, Oley, Exeter Medical Practices to Join Penn State Health St. Joseph

The Commonwealth Primary Care group-with physician practices in Fleetwood, Oley and Exeter-will become members of the Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Group on February 1, 2017.

President of Commonwealth Primary Care (CPC), Dr. Robert Hippert, said joining Penn State Health St. Joseph will offer the practice’s nearly 15,000 patients access to the nationally ranked resources of Penn State Health, and also bring the practice additional operating expertise.

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Giorgio, Penn State Health St. Joseph Announce Mobile Health Initiative

Giorgio Group of Companies has entered into a partnership with Penn State Health St. Joseph for a “doctor’s office on wheels” to provide weekly primary health care services onsite at five Giorgio facilities. The program is part of Giorgio’s larger effort to ensure its employees are maintaining good health, and to create a culture of wellness by providing convenient access to medical care.

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Improving Patients’ Quality of Life through Palliative Care

Understanding the seriousness of his condition, the patient is understandably anxious and distressed. He is not eating well and has very limited mobility. The patient is nearing the end of options for curative medical treatment, an idea that his family cannot comprehend.
For this patient, palliative care is a sound and viable option.

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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 Bern Township campus in time for the start of fall scholastic sports. Head injuries resulting from participation in sports have been the focus of recent attention in light of increasing awareness of the dangers of concussion in young people. About 3.8 million concussions occur each year as a result of sports and physical activity, according to the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.

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