Cancer care offered by the Grand View Health System, headquartered in Sellersville and serving the Upper Perkiomen Valley, has been accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
Schwenksville resident Mary “Martie” McCartney RN and Univest Executive VP Philip Jackson both have been appointed to the Grand View Hospital Board of Trustees. Long-time board member William Aichele will retire.
Grand View Anesthesia Associates, a Sellersville medical practice, pledged to donate $100,000 to the Grand View Health Foundation "This Is Us Together" fund-raising campaign for its hospital expansion.
Harleysville Bank, with branch offices in western Montgomery County, has pledged a $50,000 donation to the expansion of Grand View Hospital. Its construction is currently under way, to be finished in 2023.
Grand View Health has already partnered with Penn Medicine to provide advanced services for trauma, cancer and orthopaedics. Now another agreement expands assistance with advanced neurology services.
The American Heart Association has acknowledged the efforts of Grand View Hospital in offering "highest-level care" to patients who suffer from heart failure and atrial fibrillation.
The healthcare system, which provides patient services in the Upper Perkiomen Valley, launched a $14 million capital campaign to help cover the costs of a hospital expansion due for completion in 2023.
In addition to outpatient centers in Harleysville and Pennsburg, Grandview Health on Thursday will cut a ribbon to open its sixth major healthcare facility. It's located in Dublin PA.