Tower Health on Tuesday released separate community health needs assessments for its five hospitals, including Pottstown and Phoenixville. During the next three years, it said, all will work to address key health equity issues.
DrugTopics.com podcast guest Mark Szilagyi, co-owner and pharmacist at Gateway Pharmacy, 165 Nutt Rd., talked Tuesday with host Miranda Hester about Gateway's role in the Phoenixville community.
A Phoenixville Hospital employee has been fired after it was discovered he or she accessed patients' medical records without "a legitimate business need." Affected patients are being notified. The hospital is taking steps to prevent future problems.
Free meals previously distributed to all school children will be more restricted next year. Spring-Ford schools urged families to check if their students can qualify for free or reduced-price breakfasts and lunches.
Democrats representing Montgomery County in the state House, who are members of its Climate Caucus, say a broad Supreme Court ruling on EPA regulation hinders the agency from protecting the environment.
Pottstown Medical Specialists Inc., a five-office family medical practice that serves Montgomery, Berks, and Chester County residents, is part of a partnership to provide patients access to clinical trials.
Owners of K&T Emporium in Pottstown report that packages of a beef jerky product sold between March 28 and June 23 have been recalled due to contamination. The products can be returned for a full refund.
This year's 26th Tribute to Exceptional Women and Girls awards were presented Thursday, recognizing women and girls who have demonstrated their ability to lead by example in their careers and in their communities.