Our local Harrisburg news station ABC 27 hosted Dr. Furman this week in their midday GoodDay PA segment. Dr. Furman used this time to discuss overall back health and how viewers can prevent problems with a few lifestyle changes.
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September is blood cancer awareness month, and in support of the cause, OSS Health is participating in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk on Friday, September 29, 2017 at John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville, PA. All funds raised at the Light the Night Walk are used to find the cure for blood cancer.
Please join us for any of our free seminars starting September 19th!
Learn about Back and Neck Pain, Treatment Options for Arthritis, Free Market Medicine and Shoulder Pain. Refreshments will be provided.
No one is immune to a back injury and a severe injury to your back can have repercussions that last weeks, months, and years. Not to mention this type of injury could impact other body parts caused by overcompensating for your bad back.
Our doctors and staff are proud to announce that we’ve been named a 2017 Excellence in Care Award Winner from the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania. OSS Health was selected out of 108 entries for our commitment to community and work combatting the opioid crisis.
As summer continues and we move into fall, many of us will be increasing our activity levels. Whether you’re joining a summer league, hitting the trails, or just playing outside with your kids, it is important to stay hydrated and maintain proper nutrition.
OSS Health is proud to participate in Patient Experience Week 2017. We strive to offer the best services and support to our patients and define the importance of providing them with a positive experience. We believe that every patient counts and are excited to be a part of their positive experience.
Our hospital recently gained two new friends! Meet Violet and Robbie, germ fighting robots that help clean every nook and cranny of the OSS Orthopaedic Hospital operating rooms and patient rooms. Made by Xenex, Violet and Robbie use full spectrum pulsed xenon ultraviolet light to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, and bacterial spores. Including Clostridium difficile (C. diff), norovirus, influenza, Ebola and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as MRSA.
Family Night at the Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center
Thank you to everyone who attended our showing of Aladdin at the Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center. We enjoyed this family fun event and look forward to watching the Land Before Time in March.