The Pittsburgh Business Times covered Jefferson Hospital's 32nd Community Recognition Night on Oct. 2. Their coverage focused on Jefferson Hospital's new name and expanded women's services that will include a maternity unit.
More than 100 community leaders attended Jefferson Hospital's 32nd Community Recognition Night on Oct. 2 at South Hills Country Club. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and The Daily News covered the event and their coverage can be found here:
JEFFERSON HILLS, PA - Sept. 5, 2013 - The Annual Public Meeting of Jefferson Regional Medical Center will be held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. in the Jefferson Room, second floor, James Bibro Pavilion, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, 565 Coal Valley Road, Jefferson Hills, PA 15025.
Please confirm attendance by calling 412-469-5080 by Thursday, October 10, 2013. Free parking will be available at the James Bibro Pavilion lot.
On Thursday, August 22, 2013, Jefferson Regional invited Glenn Caldwell to reunite with his co-workers at Guardian Industries, Jefferson Hills EMS, Jefferson Hills Police and doctors and nurses at Jefferson Regional who worked together to save Mr.
Free Community Stroke Risk Screening for people 18 years and older. No insurance is needed. This community event is Sponsored by Jefferson Regional Medical Center with clinical support by Duquesne University.
JEFFERSON HILLS, PA – August 12, 2013 – Jefferson Regional Medical Center’s exceptional care for heart attack patients has earned it the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® Heart Attack Receiving Center. Jefferson is the first healthcare facility in Pennsylvania to achieve this distinction.
JEFFERSON HILLS, PA – August 1, 2013 – Gregory A. Harbaugh, Esq., founding member of the Pittsburgh law firm Houston Harbaugh (in photo at left), has been elected chairman of the board at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.
When Jefferson Regional Medical Center welcomes the first newborn at the new obstetrics unit scheduled to open in late 2014, it will be bucking a trend that has seen nearly a dozen Western Pennsylvania obstetrical units close since 2000.
---- So why is Jefferson setting up its own obstetrical unit, particularly since the region's birth rate has been largely flat?