In an expanded role, Dr. Brian Lahmann will offer clinical oversight for emergency services initiatives throughout Tower Health facilities, including its hospitals in Pottstown and Phoenixville.
Phoenixville Hospital, operated by Tower Health, has been named as among the top scorers in a national survey to identify healthcare facilities that excel in ensuring equality for LGBTQ+ community members.
Pottstown, Phoenixville, and other Tower Health hospitals lost money during the company's first half of fiscal 2022, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported. Its Reading Hospital led the system with $114.8 million in operating income.
Two Tower Health physicians affiliated with the Phoenixville Hospital department of emergency medicine have been named as its interim medical director, and interim assistant medical director, respectively.
According to just-issued ratings from consumer guide Healthgrades, Pottstown Hospital earned a five-stars for treatment of six chronic conditions, and Phoenixville Hospital earned one.
Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals will continue to operate in a corporate restructuring announced Tuesday by Tower Health. It plans to close its Jennersville hospital, and sell its Chestnut Hill hospital, along with some Urgent Care locations.
Phoenixville Hospital and Pottstown Hospital, both owned by Tower Health, have received special awards from the American Heart Association for care of patients with cardiovascular disease.
Six hospitals operated by Tower Health, including Pottstown (at top) and Phoenixville, suffered losses for the fiscal year ending June 30, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported Monday. Tower also is changing duties for its Pottstown and Phoenixville CEOs.