In The Media
Home Nursing Agency Highlighted in Altoona Mirror People & Progress
Home Nursing Agency's Private Duty Home Care program was recently featured in the Altoona Mirror's annual People & Progress publication. The Agency was part of a story about the long-term care options available for elderly people who need some daily assistance.
Home Nursing Agency named to Pennsylvania Business Central Top 100 Organizations
Named in the Pennsylvania Business Central's 2013 Top 100 Organizations list, Home Nursing Agency began as a grassroots effort in 1968 to provide quality health care for the people of Blair County and grew to what is now a national leader in the home health, hospice and behavioral health industries, with more than 1,000 employees, serving more than 23,000 people in over 19 counties.
Pediatric Home Connection Featured as Cover Story for Altoona Mirror Caregivers Section
Wendi Nagle, Director of the Agency's Pediatric Home Connection Program, Hospice nurse Lou Ann Clark and her daughter Cierra were featured in the cover story for the Altoona Mirror Caregivers section.
Director Shares Agency Offerings for Expectant and New Mothers in Centre Daily Times
Lisa Ritchey, Director of the Agency's Nurse-Family Partnership® program, recently wrote an article for the February 2nd Centre Daily Times in the “Helping Hands” column with an overview of the services Home Nursing Agency offers for expectant and new mothers and their children.
Employees Serve as Resources for Local Papers on Coping with Grief
Home Nursing Agency employees were recently quoted and used as resources about how to cope with grief in articles published in the Altoona Mirror and Huntingdon Daily News.
Tribune-Democrat Shares Healing Patch's Need for Sewing Volunteers
The Tribune-Democrat published a story about how sewing volunteers can make a profound impact on the lives of grieving children who attend the Healing Patch.