Trauma Care, for Jake’s Sake
Harleysville veteran rebounds from life-threatening motorcycle crash thanks to Grand View Health’s Level II Adult Trauma Center.
‘I have a Lot to be Grateful for’
Giving back to his community. That’s what’s driven Ed Johnson to volunteer with local fire departments for 36 years. But last December, it was Johnson who needed his community to rally around him.
When Time Matters
The scariest part of trauma is that it can happen to anyone, at any time. Take it from Don and Beth, who learned firsthand that something you have easily done many times can go awry, leaving your life in serious jeopardy.
The Greatest Gift
“It’s New Year’s Eve.”
For Bryan Pecherek, it took a few days for those words to sink in. He had missed Christmas, but against all odds, had somehow survived to see 2021.
Donations made in memory of Sarah Carlin will be used to create comforting and welcoming waiting spaces at Grand View Health, part of the hospital’s current expansion project, which will include a new Emergency Department and Level II Trauma Center.
My Most Memorable Day
What’s predictable about working in the emergency department is that it’s always unpredictable.
Home for the Holidays
In its first year of 24/7 operations, the heart team in the cardiac catheterization lab at Grand View Health treated 45 patients and saved every single life, including Allen Tuttle’s.
Care Away from Home
Agnes figured it would be a short ride to the familiar place where she spent so many fulfilling volunteer hours.