The Annual Memorial Day Parade will start at Upland Baptist Church on Monday, May 29th 2017 beginning at 9:00 a.m. and will conclude at the War Memorial located at Bristol Lord Field (6th & Main Streets).    The annual Memorial Day Picnic sponsored by Resurrection Life Church and Upland Baptist Church will be held in Bristol Lord Field at 6th & Main Streets following the Memorial Day Parade (11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.). Join us for FREE hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, baked beans, chips, drinks, desserts and face painting.

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Week in Review

Michael Curran Named President of Crozer-Chester Medical Center

Michael Curran, an experienced hospital and healthcare executive, has been named President of Crozer-Chester Medical Center. He has served in this role on an interim basis since September 2016. Before coming to Prospect/Crozer-Keystone, Curran spent eight years in Chicago in operations and business development roles.

Crozer-Keystone Recognizes Lisa Sullivan as a DAISY Award Recipient

Crozer-Keystone Health System recently recognized Lisa Sullivan, R.N. of Newtown Square, a maternal/child health 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. Sullivan was nominated for the award by one of her patients.

Devotion to His Wife and Good Health Led Donald Kent to Crozer-Keystone

When his wife’s health began to deteriorate, Donald Kent turned to Crozer-Keystone’s Center for Geriatric Medicine and Senior Health Services department, located in Springfield. Kent is appreciative of the assistance and personalized attention that the professionals of Crozer-Keystone’s Senior Health Services department provided to him and Caroline while she was at home.

CKHS in the News

Forget the Stereotypes; Study Finds Men Increasingly Are Caregivers

In a recent report, AARP estimated that there are 16 million male caregivers such as Lewis. Crozer-Keystone psychologist Barry J. Jacobs, Psy.D. spoke with Philly.com about the prevalence of male caregivers, saying that previous research has shown that men tend to do less hands-on care, accept more help, and seek more outside services.

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