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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

WAVERLY, PA --
Marworth Treatment Center will now be called Geisinger Marworth Treatment Center to align with Geisinger’s recent rebranding campaign. Nearly 35 years ago, Geisinger founded Marworth Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Treatment Center in Waverly, Pa., to provide residential programs for those struggling with addiction. Today, the treatment center is updating its name and logo to reflect its long-time connection to the health system based in Danville, Pa.

Geisinger Marworth Treatment Center continues to provide personalized residential and outpatient programs for adults using state-of-the-art therapeutic techniques, such as recreation therapy, expressive therapy, acupuncture, medication assisted treatment and more. Treatment involves patients’ family members, and Geisinger Marworth has specialized programs for healthcare and law enforcement professionals.

The new brand identity also emphasizes Geisinger’s system-wide message of “caring.”

“Caring has always been an important tenet here,” said Dominic Vangarelli, vice president of Geisinger Marworth and a certified alcohol and drug counselor. “We care for people at an extremely vulnerable time in their lives and help them reach toward recovery from addiction. Caring and compassion is entrenched in everything we do.”

As part of the Geisinger system, Geisinger Marworth is routinely involved in multi-disciplinary programs aimed at advancing addiction medicine and treatment for patients across the care continuum. For example, a Geisinger Marworth addiction counselor provides support for patients at several Geisinger primary care locations. Also, Geisinger Marworth provides training and ongoing educational opportunities for healthcare professionals in several disciplines, including psychology, pharmacy and pain management.

Historically, the estate served from 1931 to 1981 as the family home for three generations of the Scranton family. The name, Marworth, is derived from the first names of Margery and Worthington Scranton, parents of former Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton, who donated the property to Geisinger to help those struggling with addiction.

 

About Geisinger Marworth Treatment Center
An entity of Geisinger, Geisinger Marworth Treatment Center provides inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for those struggling with addiction. Located on a serene campus in Waverly, Pa., Geisinger Marworth involves the family and also offers specialized programs for healthcare and uniformed professionals. If you or someone you know needs help, please call 1-800-442-7722 to make admissions arrangements. Visit Geisinger Marworth online at geisinger.org/marworth.

 

About Geisinger
One of the nation’s most innovative health services organizations, Geisinger serves more than 1.5 million patients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The system includes 13 hospital campuses, a nearly 600,000-member health plan, two research centers and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. Geisinger is known for its focus on caring and innovative programs including the ProvenCare® best-practice approach to maximize quality, safety and value; ProvenHealth Navigator® advanced medical home; Springboard Health® population health program to improve the health of an entire community; ProvenExperience™ to provide refunds to patients unhappy with their care experience; and Geisinger’s MyCode® Community Health Initiative, the largest healthcare system-based precision health project in the world. With more than 215,000 volunteer participants enrolled, MyCode is conducting extensive research and returning medically actionable results to participants. A physician-led organization, with approximately 32,000 employees and more than 1,800 employed physicians, Geisinger leverages an estimated $12.7 billion positive annual impact on the Pennsylvania and New Jersey economies. Repeatedly recognized nationally for integration, quality and service, Geisinger has a long-standing commitment to patient care, medical education, research and community service. For more information, visit www.geisinger.org, or connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.