Rehabilitation services within Phoenixville Hospital won a seventh consecutive Top-10-percent national ranking from a standards-measuring agency for its team’s effectiveness and efficiency.
Women age 40 who meet qualifying conditions are eligible to make online appointments now for March visits in Pottstown, North Coventry, and Boyertown by Reading Hospital’s Mobile Mammography Coach.
Becker’s Hospital Review, a trade publication, said Thursday that Tower Health’s Reading Hospital ranked 31st of 38 hospitals nationwide with the highest number of emergency department visits during 2021.
A former senior living facility executive, Renee Buzby, was named Tuesday as the new vice president of human resources for Tower Health. It employs more than 12,000 people, including those at Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals.
Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals have earned top rankings from Healthgrades, an online national market to help patients find doctors, for highly rated outcomes in a variety of procedures.
Bernard Boulanger, MD, has been hired by Tower Health to provide executive leadership for its medical group, providers, home services, and academic affairs units. He is scheduled to start work Oct. 31.
Tower Health has lost a lawsuit it filed against Community Health Systems in 2019, alleging a breach of agreement in its 2017 purchase of Pottstown Hospital. A federal court ruling, released Tuesday, said no violation occurred.
Veteran human relations specialist Kim Schneider, who joined Tower Health during 2009, on Wednesday was named as its vice president of talent acquisition. She will be responsible for all recruitment functions.