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Monday, June 8, 2015

Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce 14th Annual Golf Classic
Frosty Valley Contry Club
2201 Bloom Road, Danville
$125 per golfer - accepting foursomes and singles
Grab your clubs and join us for a day of fun on the links!
Lunch & Dinner will be provided with contests and prizes throughout the day.
Proceeds help to benefit the Young Americans Program!
Premier Sponsor: Swineford National Bank

Monday, June 11, 2015

Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce June Monthly Meeting
Susquehanna Valley Contry Club
1 Country Club Rd, Hummels Wharf
Come out and join us for a fun afternoon as we hear from Andrew Miller, Executive Director, of the Susquehanna River Valley Visitor's Bureau. Andrew will be taking us on a tour of all the great things to do in the Valley this summer and fall.
You don't want to miss this meeting!
Members: $17.50 per person
Future Members: $20.00 per person
Reservations requested by Monday, June 4, 2015

Friday, June 19, 2015

Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce Small Business Support Group
Chamber Business Center, Shamokin Dam
"Customer Relationsip Management (CRM) & Automation Systems"
Join other small business employees every third Friday of the month for support in taking your organization to the next level of success. This is an informal discussion group that will spotlight specific issues and topics pertinent to small businesses.

Friday, June 26, 2015

June Joint Legislative Breakfast
Country Cupboard
Lewisburg
Our speaker for this event will be Alex Halper, Director of Government Affairs, for the PA Chamber of Business and Industry. Alex will provide details on the Governor's 2015 - 2016 proposed budget and the potential impact on local businesses.
Reservations requested by June 19, 2015

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Business After Hours
227 E. Main Street
Middleburg
Join the staff at Swineford National Bank and their Engineering and Designing Firm, Glenco Inc., for a BUsiness After Hours event. Come check out Swineford's newly remodeled location, mix and mingle with all the staff and enjoy some hors d'oeuvre.
Don't miss this event!
Reservations requested by June 22, 2015


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Sunbury Community Hospital: A Legacy of Care

With a rich tradition in providing quality healthcare to the Greater Susquehanna Valley and surrounding areas, Sunbury Community Hospital celebrates 120 years of service. Since the hospital’s doors opened for the first time in 1895, the facility has continued to evolve to meet the needs of the community.
A Joint Commission-accredited facility, offering 24/7 emergency services, orthopedic treatment, and laboratory services among other specialties and services, Sunbury Community Hospital continues the mission its founders set forth in the Hill Section of Sunbury in the late 1800’s.
In 1895, the hospital’s founders realized that the need for healthcare close to home was essential to the future success of the region – and thus the Mary M. Packer Hospital was started in Sunbury. Before the Packer Hospital, many in the area needed to travel outside of the region to arrive at the nearest hospital.
For more than 50 years the Packer Hospital served the community until it was agreed that in order to continue serving the residents and visitors of the region an updated facility was needed.
Upon the completion of a construction project in 1951, the Packer Hospital transformed into Sunbury Community Hospital at its current location at 350 N. 11th St., Sunbury.
Since its inception, the hospital has continued to evolve, adding specialties and staff to provide the needed care in the region.
One noticeable change to the facility since its construction in the 1950s is the addition of an updated emergency room several years ago. The department features large, private rooms for patients seeking emergency care, as well as a “fast track” area.
Along with quality care, Sunbury’s emergency room also offers the 30-Minute-or-Less ER Service Pledge. The pledge means that the hospital staff strives to see each patient by a medical professional in the ER within 30 minutes of their arrival in the department.
The faster patients are able to be seen, the faster they are able to receive the care they need. This effort by the staff allows patients to spend less time in the waiting area and more time receiving care.
Sunbury Community Hospital prides itself in providing care in a personalized and compassionate manner. To the staff, patients are not numbers but friends, neighbors and family members.
The staff works with patients to provide the care they need, explaining and discussing treatment plans.
The hospital offers a range of specialties and services including: adult behavioral health; cardiac rehabilitation;  cardiopulmonary services; ear, nose and throat care, Intensive Care Unit; diagnostic imaging services; medical/surgical unit; neurology; nutritional counseling; orthopedic services; outpatient surgery and endoscopy center; Orthopedics; Otolaryngology services; Physical and occupational therapy; Sleep laboratory; surgical services; and women’s health services.
Among its medical staff, Dr. Jennifer Rager, D.O., offers ear, nose and throat services to the area. As an ENT specialist, Dr. Rager treats conditions including, but not limited to: ear infections, hearing problems, chronic sinus infections, seasonal allergies and throat problems.
Beyond the hospital care, Sunbury Community Hospital offers many educational and outreach programs throughout the year to help inform the public, continuing to be a resource to the community.
The Healthy Woman Program is open to women of all ages. The program is designed to inform the community’s women about healthy lifestyles and healthcare. The information presented at events is aimed to empower women to make smart healthcare decisions for themselves and their loved ones.
Healthy Woman is a free program to join at the hospital and holds several events throughout the year.
With a membership to Senior Circle, those over the age of 50 receive a number of benefits including monthly activities, day trips, luncheons and much more.
To learn more about Healthy Woman or Senior Circle, visit SunburyHospital.com to contact Barbara Aucker at 570-286-3339.
Throughout its 120 year history, Sunbury Community Hospital has evolved while continuing to provide quality care to its community and region. Made up of dedicated staff, Board of Trustees and volunteers, Sunbury Community Hospital is committed to providing the services needed by its patients.
For more information on the hospital, please visit SunburyHospital.com.

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Chamber of Commerce
Connecting Business & Community
2859 North Susquehanna Trail, Shamokin Dam, PA 17876
570.743.4100 / 800.410.2880 / Fax: 570.743.1221
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