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By ROXANN MILLER | roxann.miller@herald-mail.com | January 20, 2012
Dr. Roy A. Himelfarb doesn't like having a big fuss made over him. But on Friday, the spotlight landed squarely on him when Summit Health named its outpatient surgery center in his honor. After a short ceremony attended by about 100 of Himelfarb's colleagues, friends and family, the facility at 757 Norland Ave. in Chambersburg was named the Dr. Roy A. Himelfarb Surgery Center. “I truly appreciate the honor, but a quick thank you would have been more than adequate,” Himelfarb said.
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November 28, 2001
Waynesboro Hospital turns profit in 2000 WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro Hospital, which lost nearly $1 million in the 2000 budget year, is now back in the black, officials said Tuesday. The hospital ended its budget year with an operating surplus of $594,646 on June 30, 2001. A year earlier, the hospital reported an operating loss of $906,017. An increase in patients combined with efforts to control costs contributed to the turnaround, hospital officials said.
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November 29, 2012
The Waynesboro Hospital Auxiliary will hold the 22nd annual Lights of Hope tree lighting ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, in the outpatient lobby of the hospital. Each tree light represents a donation of $10 or more given in memory or in honor of an individual friend or loved one. The "Scroll of Honor," a book that lists the names of all honorees, is on display in the outpatient lobby of the hospital. The names of all honorees are read aloud during the tree lighting ceremony.
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August 6, 2006
Name of business: Hagerstown Imaging LLC Owner: Naresh Gupta Address: 1150-A Professional Court, Hagerstown Opening date: May 15 Products and services: Diagnostic radiology service Market area: Hagerstown and Tri-State area How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it? He felt there was a need for a state-of-the-art PET imaging facility in Hagerstown. Previous business experience: "I already have a busy outpatient PET imaging facility in Frederick.
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November 25, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Summit Health held the annual meetings of Chambersburg and Waynesboro hospitals this week to share highlights of the nonprofit health care network's previous fiscal year. Chambersburg Hospital's total operating revenue increased 11 percent to $249 million for fiscal year 2008-09. Waynesboro Hospital's revenue increased 7.7 percent to $64.2 million, according to documents provided by Summit Health. Both inpatient admissions and outpatient registrations increased at Waynesboro Hospital.
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June 24, 1997
By BRENDAN KIRBY Staff Writer Department of Veterans Affairs officials on Monday said plans to open an outpatient medical clinic in Hagerstown had not changed despite suggestions by Frederick County, Md., officials that it be located there instead. Richard Pell, director of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center near Martinsburg, W.Va., said officials have sent only one proposal to Washington, D.C. "Hagerstown is the only proposal that we have," he said. Pell said the Western Maryland Hospital Center on Pennsylvania Avenue is the preferred site for the clinic.
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by DON AINES | October 7, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Some of the people who have relied on the Cumberland Valley Mental Health Center over the past 40 years said goodbye Wednesday. "This place has saved my life many, many times," Vicki Wagner of Shippensburg, Pa., told a group of about two dozen people, mostly clients, who gathered outside the center on its final day of operations. "We thought we were standing on a solid rock where we could get better," said Wagner, who has attended the center's Partial Hospitalization Program for more than two years.
NEWS
November 13, 2005
Specialized Engineering IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Dave Wiegand, president and co-founder of Specialized Engineering, announced that Baltimore SmartCEO magazine named the company a 2005 Future 50 winner. Nominees for the list had to meet three criteria: Be located in the Baltimore/Metro area, be privately owned and show fast growth of sales and employment averaged over the past three years. Companies were judged on their rate of growth and answers to a variety of questions. Specialized Engineering provides construction quality control, environmental consulting and geotechnical and forensic engineering services throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
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by JENNIFER FITCH | November 29, 2006
WAYNESBORO, PA. - While Norman B. Epstein's annual message to the Summit Health Board of Directors included a retrospective look at millions of dollars in charity care and technology investments, the health system's president and CEO said he and the board take greater pride in what is to come. The near future for Summit Health in Franklin County, Pa., includes major expansion projects at Waynesboro and Chambersburg hospitals, a new outpatient facility in Greencastle and 64-slice CT scanners that produce diagnostic images in mere seconds.
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November 14, 2005
Massage school establishes scholarship Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School has announced that the Foundation for Enhancing Communities and Franklin Foundation have accepted the establishment of the Keith A. Schaeffer Memorial Scholarship Fund. This fund will assist students enrolled at the Synergy Healing Arts School with books, equipment, supplies or childcare expenses and will be awarded annually. Keith Schaeffer is the late son of Margie and Craig Schaeffer who founded and now direct Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School.
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November 29, 2012
The Waynesboro Hospital Auxiliary will hold the 22nd annual Lights of Hope tree lighting ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, in the outpatient lobby of the hospital. Each tree light represents a donation of $10 or more given in memory or in honor of an individual friend or loved one. The "Scroll of Honor," a book that lists the names of all honorees, is on display in the outpatient lobby of the hospital. The names of all honorees are read aloud during the tree lighting ceremony.
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By ROXANN MILLER | roxann.miller@herald-mail.com | January 20, 2012
Dr. Roy A. Himelfarb doesn't like having a big fuss made over him. But on Friday, the spotlight landed squarely on him when Summit Health named its outpatient surgery center in his honor. After a short ceremony attended by about 100 of Himelfarb's colleagues, friends and family, the facility at 757 Norland Ave. in Chambersburg was named the Dr. Roy A. Himelfarb Surgery Center. “I truly appreciate the honor, but a quick thank you would have been more than adequate,” Himelfarb said.
NEWS
November 25, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Summit Health held the annual meetings of Chambersburg and Waynesboro hospitals this week to share highlights of the nonprofit health care network's previous fiscal year. Chambersburg Hospital's total operating revenue increased 11 percent to $249 million for fiscal year 2008-09. Waynesboro Hospital's revenue increased 7.7 percent to $64.2 million, according to documents provided by Summit Health. Both inpatient admissions and outpatient registrations increased at Waynesboro Hospital.
NEWS
October 30, 2009
Brook Lane Three psychiatrists recently joined the staff at Brook Lane. o Dr. Pubudini Muthukuda joined the staff in July as a child and adolescent psychiatrist in July. Muthukuda works with young people in the hospital and in outpatient services. Muthukuda received her medical degree from North Colombo Medical College, University of Kelaniya, in Ragama, Sri Lanka, and completed her three-year residency program at Bergen Regional Medical Center in Paramus, N.J. She finished her fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center in New York.
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By KATE S. ALEXANDER | April 22, 2009
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- After a week as an inpatient at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., a Franklin County, Pa., soldier wounded in Iraq is recovering in an outpatient facility at the medical center. Pfc. Mitch Baldwin of Troop C, 2nd Squadron of the 104th Cavalry, 56th Stryker Brigade, was discharged from the hospital at Walter Reed Tuesday to an outpatient facility to continue his recovery, a National Guard spokesman said. Lt. Col. Chris Cleaver said Baldwin was progressing very well as of Wednesday morning.
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by JENNIFER FITCH | November 29, 2006
WAYNESBORO, PA. - While Norman B. Epstein's annual message to the Summit Health Board of Directors included a retrospective look at millions of dollars in charity care and technology investments, the health system's president and CEO said he and the board take greater pride in what is to come. The near future for Summit Health in Franklin County, Pa., includes major expansion projects at Waynesboro and Chambersburg hospitals, a new outpatient facility in Greencastle and 64-slice CT scanners that produce diagnostic images in mere seconds.
NEWS
August 6, 2006
Name of business: Hagerstown Imaging LLC Owner: Naresh Gupta Address: 1150-A Professional Court, Hagerstown Opening date: May 15 Products and services: Diagnostic radiology service Market area: Hagerstown and Tri-State area How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it? He felt there was a need for a state-of-the-art PET imaging facility in Hagerstown. Previous business experience: "I already have a busy outpatient PET imaging facility in Frederick.
NEWS
February 5, 2006
Name of business: Safe Haven Counseling Center Owners: Jeannine K. Jackson and Fritz G. Jadotte Address: 111 W. Washington St., Hagerstown Opening date: Nov. 7, 2005 Products and services: Confidential assessment, adult-adolescent services, intensive outpatient and after-care treatment, family and individual counseling, DUI/DWI program. Market area: Washington County and surrounding area How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?
NEWS
November 14, 2005
Massage school establishes scholarship Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School has announced that the Foundation for Enhancing Communities and Franklin Foundation have accepted the establishment of the Keith A. Schaeffer Memorial Scholarship Fund. This fund will assist students enrolled at the Synergy Healing Arts School with books, equipment, supplies or childcare expenses and will be awarded annually. Keith Schaeffer is the late son of Margie and Craig Schaeffer who founded and now direct Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School.
NEWS
November 13, 2005
Specialized Engineering IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Dave Wiegand, president and co-founder of Specialized Engineering, announced that Baltimore SmartCEO magazine named the company a 2005 Future 50 winner. Nominees for the list had to meet three criteria: Be located in the Baltimore/Metro area, be privately owned and show fast growth of sales and employment averaged over the past three years. Companies were judged on their rate of growth and answers to a variety of questions. Specialized Engineering provides construction quality control, environmental consulting and geotechnical and forensic engineering services throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
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