Medical professionals agree that good nutrition plays a vital role in getting healthy and staying healthy. March is National Nutrition Month®. Jefferson Regional Medical Center offers programs to improve nutrition and promote healthier lifestyles.
Thomas P. Timcho has announced that he will retire as president and chief executive officer of Jefferson Regional Medical Center effective May 31, 2011. Mr. Timcho was appointed president and chief executive officer in September 2004 after serving as interim president and chief operating officer and previously as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Thomas Timcho, president and CEO, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, has announced the new Medical Staff leadership for 2011-2012. Medical Staff officers include Christopher Dooley, MD, president; Timothy K. Honkala, MD, vice president, and Ambaram V. Chauhan, MD, secretary-treasurer.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center has earned the rating of “Best in the Pittsburgh region for cardiac care, cardiology, and coronary intervention,” according to the latest study announced by HealthGrades, the leading independent healthcare ratings organization.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to rid yourself of chronic knee or hip pain due to arthritis, injury or other conditions, the professionals at Jefferson Regional Orthopedic Institute can help.
When you and your doctor make the decision to schedule your knee or hip replacement surgery at Jefferson Regional, that decision will be the first step to restoring the quality of your life through increased mobility.
How many of us have made a New Year’s resolution to start a diet – only to fall victim to poor eating habits and unhealthy snacks as soon as the holiday decorations have been put away? This year, make your resolution NOT to start a diet. Instead, resolve to make lifestyle changes toward a healthier future.