Geisinger Magazine

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Geisinger magazine fall 17

Fall 2017 feature articles

A champion for innovation: Former PA Department of Health Secretary Karen Murphy joins Geisinger as chief innovation officer.

Geisinger nursing: A passion for compassion: doubling down on its commitment to nursing education, careers and recruiting.

Designing for patients: See how patients’ needs are driving the design process for new spaces throughout Geisinger.

New partnerships with Highmark and Jersey Shore: Geisinger expands services into north-central Pennsylvania.

Summer 2017 feature articles

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine: How the integration of The Commonwealth Medical College into Geisinger is poised to transform both organizations — and healthcare.

Making Scranton the healthiest place to live: Springboard Healthy Scranton seeks to transform the health of Scranton residents.

Recognizing top-ranked care providers: Get to know 4 Geisinger physicians who rank among the top 10 percent nationally for the patient experience they provide.

On the front lines of care: Follow along as Geisinger leaders make early-morning rounds and share observations and ideas.

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Fall 2016 feature articles

MyCode: Unraveling the connections between people’s genes and their health.

Rehearsed & ready: How local actors and volunteers are helping new providers master the art of communicating with patients.

A fresh approach to treating diabetes: New program prescribes healthy foods to help patients manage diabetes.

Investing in our member hospitals: New facilities are transforming surgical care in Scranton and Camp Hill.

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Spring 2016 feature articles

ProvenExperienceTM: Our patient satisfaction program and it vision for outstanding patient care.

After Pediatrics: A clinic providing young adults a much needed medical home.

A Prescription for Peace of Mind: Pharmacists becoming an integral part of patient care.

Modern-Day House Calls: Paramedics caring for patients in their homes.