Keystone Health President and CEO Joanne Cochran has struggled with vertigo sporadically since she was a young adult.
When Kaylee Hawk woke up the morning of her tonsillectomy and arrived to WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital, she had some reservations.
For nine anxious months, Sara Shank’s body stretched to accommodate the growth of her first child, a son, with husband Nick. Like many women before her, she watched her stomach shift and bounce when her baby boy changed positions or hiccupped in utero.
Signs going up at WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital literally point to continued high-quality health care from familiar faces at the 57-bed facility.
Eight recent high-school graduates with plans to pursue careers in health care were awarded the Medical Staff Scholarship Award at the annual Chambersburg Hospital and Waynesboro Hospital medical staff meeting.
Two little girls made two men dads at our hospitals over the Father's Day weekend.