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A promising biotech startup from Philadelphia was chosen from among three stellar companies presenting at the 10th annual Entrepreneur Spotlight July 18, at the Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center (PABC) as winner of the highly competitive event.

Dr. Julia Tolentino is rooted in the history of Temple/St. Luke’s School of Medicine at St. Luke’s University Hospital, and now, as St. Luke’s Colon & Rectal Surgery’s first female colorectal surgeon, she is welcoming patients in the network that educated her.

The Kids-N-Hope Foundation raised around $11,500 during this month’s Purse and Power Tool Bingo event.

The anticipated merger of Doylestown Health with the University of Pennsylvania Health System may come in mid-August, according to multiple sources.

St. Mary Medical Center has received a bronze level 2024 Digital Health Award for outstanding work in the category of Web-based Digital Health, recognizing this campaign landing page promoting the St. Mary bariatrics program.

The VIA Maternity Center at Doylestown Hospital is a recipient of the Pennsylvania Perinatal Quality Collaborative (PA PQC) inaugural Designations Awards, which were presented at its annual conference in Harrisburg May 22.

St. Luke’s University Health Network has been recognized by the Lown Institute as one of the most socially responsible hospitals in America, receiving “A” grades in Equity, Value and Outcomes on the 2024-25 Lown Institute Hospitals Index.

The Fairless Hills branch of River Crossing YMCA, located at 601 S. Oxford Valley Road, has opened expanded member spaces to accommodate community demand for more group exercise, Stay & Play child care and esports gaming. 

St. Luke’s Emergency and Transport Service (SLETS) is now able to carry whole blood on its specialized critical care transport (CCT) ambulances.

Volunteers from SEWA International’s Central New Jersey Chapter, the Sourland Conservancy and Lambertville Parks & Recreation teamed up to remove invasive plant species along the Lambertville Nature Trail in preparation for fall planting.

St. Luke’s University Health Network urologists are using robot-assisted technology to surgically remove bladder cancer with promising results.

Kin, a nonprofit wellness and support center providing free services to cancer patients, caregivers and local oncology health care workers across Bucks County, is the recipient of a challenge bestowed upon the Bucks County community by the Gene and Marlene Epstein Humanitarian Fund.

Garden of Health founder Carol Bauer accepts a check from Penn Community Bank Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility & Government Affairs Kelly Boyle and Multi-Site Manager Melanie Scholl.

Bucks for Kids, which funds extracurricular activities for kids and teens being cared for by Bucks County Children & Youth, recently received a $1,000 donation from the Middle Bucks Institute of Technology Philanthropy Club through the Raab Foundation.

St. Mary Cancer Center recently held a blessing ceremony for its newest technology addition – the Varian Halcyon.

St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne is the first hospital in Bucks County to implant the new Watchman FLX Pro Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) Device.

For the sixth consecutive year, the St. Luke’s Summer Meals Program will be providing free lunches in Allentown and Quakertown to ensure every child in need has access to nutritious meals during the summer months.

Arva Yoga and Council of Indian Organizations Greater Philadelphia present the inaugural Bucks Mont Yoga Festival in honor of International Yoga Day 2024 11 a.m.-4 p.m. June 22 at Graeme Park in Horsham.

St. Luke’s University Health Network vascular surgeons are first in the Lehigh Valley area to offer a new, incisionless procedure that restores blood supply to the leg by bypassing long, chronic total blockages in the main blood vessel of the leg called the superficial femoral artery.

Kin, a nonprofit wellness and support center providing free services to cancer patients, caregivers and local oncology health care workers across Bucks County, is the recipient of a challenge bestowed upon the Bucks County community by the Gene and Marlene Epstein Humanitarian Fund.

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