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

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.

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.

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

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.

As Doylestown Borough continues repairs on its water distribution system, officials are asking the community to voluntarily reduce their use of water.

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.

St. Luke’s University Health Network’s cardiac electrophysiology team is first in the Lehigh Valley and Northeastern Pennsylvania to offer pulsed field ablation (PFA), a new and improved treatment for atrial fibrillation (afib).

You’re invited to a coloring book social from 6 to 8 p.m. June 13, at Sojourner in Lambertville, N.J. At 6 p.m., artist Gwenn Seemel will talk about the new mental health workbook, “Everything’s Fine,” and then participants will color and have some cookies.

Maria Callanan knows the power of blood donation – now from both sides of the experience.

Wellspring Clubhouse, a program of St. Luke’s Penn Foundation, epitomizes the vision that Penn Foundation’s founding Medical Director Dr. Norman Loux had when he envisioned mental health services for the community in the community.

Indian Creek Foundation gets summer underway with its 33rd annual Roll Stroll & Run fundraiser on Saturday, June 15.

Sunshine Foundation hosted its 22nd Annual RunWalkBark4Dreams 5K fun run and 2-mile walk on Saturday, May 18 at Tyler State Park.

Students from Neshaminy High School Interact Club hosted their annual Neshaminy’s Got Talent on April 18 to raise funds to answer a child’s dream.

Friday afternoon, State Sen. Steve Santarsiero, D-10, and the Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership (BCHIP) launched an affiliation with Blue Zones support wellenss.

The Council Rock School District is partnering with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on a program to prevent cardiac arrest in adolescents.

Kin Wellness and Support Center’s third annual Be Kind Kin Golf Classic will be held at The Bucks Club on Friday, June 28.

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