Penn State Health: Career Opportunities, Give Your Heart Campaign and Infertility


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It’s no secret that Penn State Health has extended its services to ensure you have the health care you need when and where you need it, right here in the communities where we all live. Today, Penn State Health is here to tell us about open positions and how you can grow your career alongside them.

We talked this morning about the opportunities available to Penn State Health for nurses, what does it feel like to be part of their team? Abby Rudy, Vice President of Adult Critical Care Nursing at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center has been with the company for 18 years and is here to fill us in on the culture and experience of working as a nurse.

Today is National Wear Red Day to show support and raise awareness for heart disease. Along with awareness, Penn State Health also raises money to help treat heart disease – which is still the number one killer of men and women in the United States. Holly Roush, Vice President of Cardiac and Vascular Services at Penn State Health, is here to tell us more about the “Give Heart” campaign and how you can give.

It’s a new year and you might be thinking about starting a family, but what if you’re struggling to get pregnant? Penn State Health can help. Dr. Samantha Butts, Chief of Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology at Penn State Health, joins us now to talk about when it’s time to see an infertility specialist.


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