If you are uninsured or underinsured, or know someone who is, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) wants to help you get the quality, affordable health care coverage you deserve. We can help by telling you about Healthy PA and helping you enroll in this new state plan.
Healthy PA reforms Medicaid and creates a new private coverage option (PCO) for more than 600,000 eligible Pennsylvanians between the ages of 21 and 64. Many people who previously did not qualify for Medicaid may now qualify for Healthy PA.
LVHN is educating people about Healthy PA by hosting free Healthy PA information sessions where people can learn about the plan and enroll. Read More
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating. Yet you still can take steps to ensure you have the highest quality of life possible. To help, follow these six tips from Lehigh Valley Health Network hematologist oncologist Michael Evans, MD, with Lehigh Valley Physician Group Hematology Oncology—Alliance Drive in Hazleton. Read More
Debra Esernio-Jenssen, MD, has devoted her medical career to what she calls “the most vulnerable children in America” – the victims of child abuse. Last summer, she brought that career passion to Children’s Hospital at Lehigh Valley Hospital to work for child advocacy in the Children’s Clinic at Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street.
“From the time I got involved with child abuse victims early on in my career, I felt that these were children who needed a voice,” Esernio-Jenssen says. “A child has cancer or pneumonia or a broken bone, everybody wants to do something to help. But with child abuse, the common reaction is that people don’t want to believe it’s happening. That mindset is the single biggest obstacle we face.”
Esernio-Jenssen is the medical expert on the team of multidisciplinary professionals who advocate for children and provide education about child abuse at the Child Advocacy Center. Future plans for the Child Advocacy Center include locating the entire child abuse team at Lehigh Valley Hospital-17th Street. Read More
Advanced education in nursing is becoming more critical in helping to shape the future of the health care industry. Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), the only Magnet® recognized hospital in the Lehigh Valley, is looking for nurses who have earned or are about to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing, nurses who would enjoy working in a collaborative and collegial environment while providing outstanding care to our community.
If you are a junior or senior currently enrolled in a BSN program, you may attend an upcoming Graduate Nurse Recruitment Event, an information-and-interview opportunity to learn why LVHN is a great career move for you.
Learn about our Graduate Nurse Residency Program and the exciting opportunities for growth both professionally and personally that LVHN can offer. Hear about our commitment to advancing technology. Tour our state-of-the art facility that has made Lehigh Valley Hospital one of the nation’s top hospitals for the last 19 years as recognized by U.S. News & World Report. Read More
You’ve promised yourself you will get in shape in 2015 – and stay there. To help you reach your goals, the Health & Wellness Center at Hazleton’s Fitness Center is offering four special deals for the holiday season.
1. Group exercise
Purchase a group exercise punch card and receive a free screening, including:
- Body mass index (BMI)
- Body fat
- Lean muscle mass
Offer ends December 31, 2014.
2. One-on-one personal training package
Buy 10 sessions, get five free sessions.
- Valid for members or non-members
- 30- or 60-minute training packages
- Buddy sessions included
Offer ends January 31, 2015. Read More