On Friday, 11/24/17: All borough residents are invited to join us for the “Annual Holiday Tree Lighting” to be held at Bristol Lord Field located at Castle Avenue and Main Street at 6:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served immediately following the tree lighting ceremony at MacQueen Hall. Santa will also be making an appearance for all borough youth 13 years old and under that signed up for a gift.

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Week in Review

Crozer-Keystone Health System Wins Seven ‘Best of Delco’ Awards Courtesy of Delaware County Daily Times

Readers of the Delaware County Daily Times recently voted for their favorite local shops and services through the publication’s annual ‘Best of Delco’ Readers’ Choice poll held July 11 through Aug. 3. Crozer-Keystone Health System facilities and physicians received seven awards this year.

Crozer-Keystone Recognizes Jacquelyn Madden, R.N. as a DAISY Award Recipient

Crozer-Keystone Health System recently recognized Jacquelyn Madden, R.N. of Springfield, a medical/surgical nurse at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, as a recipient of the DAISY Award. This award recognizes nurses who consistently meet each of the following criteria: Dedicated, Autonomous, Innovative, Selfless and Extraordinary. Madden was nominated for the award by one of her patients.

CKHS in the News

College Hazing and Binge Drinking: What Parents Need to Know

For parents of college-aged children, it’s a critical time to talk about the risks of fraternity and sorority hazing and binge drinking. Crozer-Keystone adolescent medicine specialist Rima Himelstein, M.D. assesses the risks in this post to the Philly.com Healthy Kids blog.

How to Really Help a Family Caregiver

Don’t just ask a caregiver how they’re doing. In this post to the AARP blog, Crozer-Keystone psychologist Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D. shares how you can truly show support, across logistical, financial and especially emotional considerations.

Hunger on College Campuses: It’s a Real Thing

We don’t usually think of college students as having food insecurity, but a 2015 study found that college students were far more likely than the general population to suffer from food insecurity. Crozer-Keystone adolescent medicine specialist Rima Himelstein, M.D. looks at this serious issue in her latest post to the Philly.com Healthy Kids blog.

Family Matters – A Squeeze of the Hand: What Does a Son Owe His Mother?

In this article in Psychotherapy Networker magazine, Crozer-Keystone psychologist Barry Jacobs, Psy.D. shares the challenges of being an adult caregiver for his mother and asks the question, “What does a son owe his mother?”

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