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.
The chairman and chief executive officer of Adhezion Biomedical LLC in Wyomissing, Peter Molinaro, next week will join the board of directors of Tower Health for a three-year term.
A Chester County Court of Appeals judge ruled Monday that Tower Health's earlier proposed sale of Jennersville and Brandywine hospitals to Canyon Atlantic Partners LLC in Texas must proceed.
The Chester County Medical Society is asking a local court for permission to intervene in a lawsuit fighting the closure of Tower Health's Jennersville and Brandywine hospitals. The society hopes to support a buyer for both.
Dr. Charles Barbera, a Tower Health vice president, has been named as chair of the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation Board of Directors. He's known locally for autism training he provided in Lower Pottsgrove.
Tower Health's affiliation with Penn Medicine has resulted in the opening of a new pre- and post-transplant care satellite office at Tower's flagship Reading Hospital, the non-profit said Monday.
Tower Health's agreement to sell two Chester County hospitals, Jennersville and Brandywine, has fallen through because it claimed the intended buyer is unprepared to proceed. Instead, Tower added, they'll be closed.
Tower Health's successful Street Medicine program expanded its menu or services for patients in greatest need by adding eye health. A mobile clinic is conducting eye screenings and follow-up care.