Aug 12, 2021
31st Annual Mount Nittany Health Golf Classic celebrates $1 Million raised for life-saving cardiac careLearn More
Mount Nittany Health Foundation's 31st Annual Golf Classic, held on August 7 at the Penn State Golf Courses, capped an extraordinary goal of raising $1 Million to benefit life-saving cardiac care and the construction of the cardiovascular pavilion at Mount Nittany Medical Center.
Jul 19, 2021
31st Annual Golf Classic to benefit lifesaving cardiovascular services at Medical CenterLearn More
The 31st Annual Mount Nittany Health Golf Classic will be held Saturday, August 7, at the Penn State Golf Courses, with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. Mount Nittany Health Foundation is pleased to invite golfers of all skill levels to enjoy a day on the greens supporting lifesaving cardiovascular services at Mount Nittany Medical Center.
Mar 11, 2021
Charity Ball raises over $137,000 for Children’s Advocacy CenterLearn More
This year, while it was not possible to physically gather, Mount Nittany Health Foundation, in conjunction with the Charity Ball committee – co-chaired by Gina Woskob and Tracie Doucette – invited community members to join them in making a difference in the lives of area children through gifts to the Center.
Dec 15, 2020
Mount Nittany Health plays a key role in advancing the mental health crisis safety net in Centre CountyLearn More
After the tragic death of Osaze Osagie last year during a law enforcement response to a mental health 302 warrant, the Task Force on Mental Health Crisis was formed.
Nov 30, 2020
A message of gratitude from president and ceo Kathleen RhineLearn More
In this particularly challenging year, let’s take time this holiday season to reflect on all the things we have to be grateful for – our families, friends and colleagues, the compassion and devotion we see all around us every day.
Nov 28, 2020
Chief medical officer discusses adapting to community needs and keeping the community safeLearn More
COVID-19 is surging across the country and the increased numbers we are seeing in our own community are certainly a cause for concern. Even with the prospects for a vaccine looking good, the virus will be part of our lives for at least several months and perhaps longer.