May 30, 2021
Mount Nittany Health hits high marks for excellence in care, Medical Center named a ‘World’s Best Hospital’ by NewsweekLearn More
With a focus on delivering compassionate care of the highest quality and safety for every patient, every time, Mount Nittany Health is proud to be nationally recognized with top honors in clinical care, patient safety and overall performance across the health system.
May 28, 2021
Mount Nittany Health weekly COVID update (May 28)Learn More
There are currently 14 COVID positive inpatients at Mount Nittany Medical Center, ages 35 to 94, with an average daily census of 16 COVID positive inpatients so far this month. To date, there have been 78 COVID related admissions for May.
May 26, 2021
Mount Nittany Health launches campaign to encourage community members to get vaccinatedLearn More
Mount Nittany Health announced today its campaign for continued community education on the COVID-19 vaccine. “Doctors’ orders: Don’t wait. Vaccinate!” offers an online toolkit for community leaders and members at-large to support having difficult but crucial conversations with those hesitant to be vaccinated.
May 26, 2021
Jeannine Lozier, manager, community health and outreach, receives 2021 Ann Graybill Cook Volunteer of Distinction AwardLearn More
Mount Nittany Health is pleased to announce that Jeannine Lozier, manager, community health and outreach, Mount Nittany Health, is the recipient of the 2021 Ann Graybill Cook Volunteer of Distinction Award, presented by the Centre County Council for Human Services (CCCHS).
May 07, 2021
Mount Nittany Health weekly COVID update (May 7)Learn More
There are currently 16 COVID positive inpatients at Mount Nittany Medical Center, ages 48 to 93, with 17 COVID related admissions, and an average daily census of 19 COVID positive inpatients this first week in May.
Apr 22, 2021
Expansion of women & children’s services at Mount Nittany Medical Center resumesLearn More
One of the many examples of Mount Nittany Health’s commitment to provide exceptional care is the Joseph V. and Suzanne P. Paterno Women and Children’s Unit, the largest unit in the region, with dedicated medical and nursing teams, serving women's healthcare, pediatric patients and welcoming more than 1,300 newborns every year.