Six local graduates received one-time scholarships from county commissioners this month to start their journey toward nursing careers.
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The Chambersburg native and 2005 CASHS graduate came home this month as a specialist in internal medicine and pediatrics.
Citing a declining demand for the vaccine, WellSpan announced this week that the clinic will close at the end of the day July 13.
Parents of medically-fragile children face so many challenges throughout their lives, and 18-month-old Leena Stull’s parents fear for the future.
Public health officials in Pennsylvania are saying they will not follow in New York’s footsteps and adopt vaccine passports.
The news comes nearly four months after the state rolled out its immunization effort for 4 million residents under Phase 1A.
Many of those have already received both doses of the two-dose COVID-19 vaccines. WellSpan recently administered its 100,000th vaccination.
The Department of Health realigned its COVID-19 quarantine guidance for fully vaccinated individuals so it now meshes with that of the CDC.
Providers must administer 80% of their supply as first doses to residents covered under vaccination Phase 1A within seven days of receiving the vaccine.
Health officials testified before the House Democratic Policy Committee Monday about shortages and a “chaotic” distribution of COVID-19 vaccine.
Jennifer Oberholzer admits she was not always receptive to COVID-19 public safety measures, like wearing a mask. Shes changed her mind.
The announcement from WellSpan came Friday after Pennsylvania’s Department of Health unveiled its latest COVID-19 vaccination plan.
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The residents will never forget their front-row seat to this historic time in medicine, nor will they forget the lessons they learned.
For caregivers working around the clock, a trip to the grocery store to pick up milk and toilet paper can feel like an extra challenge.
Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine urged residents to “stay the course” and avoid New Years gatherings to see rules relaxed in the coming year.