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Dr. Claire Mooney Appointed to Chester County Workforce Development Board

Claire Mooney, DNP, MBA, RN, CCRN, NEA-BC, President and Chief Executive Officer at both Brandywine Hospital and Jennersville Hospital, has been appointed to serve on the Chester County Workforce Development Board. Claire has been appointed for a two-year term.

Tower Health Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Schedule Individuals 16 and Older

In accordance with Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) guidelines, Tower Health has opened scheduling of vaccination appointments to all individuals 16 years of age and older. Individuals age 16 and 17 are only able to receive the Pfizer vaccine and are required to have a guardian with them at the…

Brandywine Hospital - Tower Health Launches Telemedicine for Psychiatry Program

Brandywine Hospital is pleased to announce that it has expanded access to much-needed psychiatry services in Chester County with the introduction of telemedicine for Psychiatry patients.

Tower Health Participating in Gift of Life Donor Program to Promote Life-Saving Organ Donation

Each day, 17 people in the United States die while waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. Tower Health is pleased to join the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) and Gift of Life Donor Program and organ procurement organizations throughout the country to inspire hope, advocacy, and passion as part of a statewide campaign to promote organ and tissue donation. Gift of Life encourages individuals to register to become an organ, tissue, and cornea donor.

Brandywine Hospital - Tower Health to Offer Recently Approved COVID-19 Treatment

Brandywine Hospital – Tower Health is fortunate to have received doses of the recently approved COVID-19 drug bamlanivimab, a monoclonal antibody to treat individuals diagnosed with COVID-19.

Brandywine Hospital - Tower Health Encourages Community to Call 9-1-1 When Experiencing Chest Pain

Brandywine Hospital – Tower Health reminds community members to call 9-1-1 if they are experiencing symptoms of heart attack. EMS can begin the immediate life-saving care needed while the patient is being transported to the hospital.

Tower Health Announces Leadership Changes at Brandywine Hospital

Claire Mooney

Tower Health today announced leadership changes for Brandywine Hospital. Effective immediately, Claire Mooney, DNP, MBA, RN, CCRN, NEA-BC, who currently serves as President and CEO at Jennersville Hospital, will assume the same role at Brandywine Hospital. Vik Acharya, who had been serving as interim CEO at Brandywine Hospital, has resigned.

Tower Health Prepares for Arrival for Seasonal Influenza

As Tower Health prepares for the annual arrival of seasonal influenza (flu) in our community, while still managing COVID-19, the health system is working to ensure it has all necessary resources in place to meet the community’s healthcare needs.

Tower Health Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Tower Health is educating women about the importance of scheduling their annual mammogram. Regular mammograms are critical for the early detection of breast cancer. That is why it is so important that women do not delay a mammogram. Detecting breast cancer in its earliest stages gives women the best chance for effective treatment. The award-winning, high-quality breast health and imaging services offered by Tower Health's hospitals can help identify breast issues before they become larger health problems.

Tower Health Recognizes Sepsis Awareness Month

Tower Health joins healthcare organizations around the world in recognizing "Sepsis Awareness Month.” Sepsis is the body’s overwhelming and life-threatening response to an infection. For reasons that are not well-understood, sepsis develops when an individual’s immune system suddenly stops fighting an infection and instead fuels it. When a person is septic, the body releases immune chemicals into the blood. These chemicals trigger widespread inflammation, which can impair blood flow and lead to tissue damage, organ failure, or death.