The acquisition of Premier Urgent Care centers in Douglassville, Limerick, Oaks, and elsewhere by Tower Health was completed Saturday, the company said. All are being renamed as Tower Health Urgent Care.
Tower Health has struck a deal to acquire Home Health Care Management Inc., parent company of the Pottstown VNA, and create a new brand of home care services called "Tower Health at Home."
Tower Health is expanding its health care network by buying Premier Urgent Care, which operates walk-in physician offices in Limerick, Oaks, Douglassville, Exton, and Lansdale.
Tower Health is expanding its health care network by buying Premier Urgent Care, which operates walk-in physician offices in Limerick, Oaks, and Lansdale.
A new social media contest being launched today (Monday, Aug. 1) by Tower Health encourages participants to eat five servings of fruits and veggies daily for five days.
Reading Hospital, a unit of the Tower Health non-profit that also operates Pottstown and Phoenixville hospitals, has been named a Level I trauma center.
Pottstown Hospital nursing employees took to the street Tuesday, picketing to draw attention to what they claimed amounted to unsafe staffing levels.
The Pottstown and Phoenixville school districts, and others, are ready to battle Reading PA-based Tower Health in court over its attempts to claim non-profit property tax exemptions for hospitals it bought in those boroughs, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report Thursday.