A message of gratitude from Kathleen Rhine, president and CEO
As we enter the holiday season, I would like to express my appreciation for your generous support of Mount Nittany Health. Your gifts enable us to expand our expertise, advance lifesaving technology, improve programs, and upgrade our facilities so that we can continue to provide best-in-class care for our community. Your generosity is making a difference for so many individuals. You are a key part of our vision of healthier people, and a stronger community.
I also am grateful for our dedicated staff, who continue to provide clinical excellence and compassion each and every day, and who go above and beyond to serve others despite challenges imposed by the pandemic. Daily I witness their extraordinary acts of service, courage and resilience, and am thankful for your gifts that support their vital work.
As I celebrate this holiday season with hope and thoughts of renewal, I am also mindful that some among us are still facing unprecedented difficulties and challenges. My hope is that in the new year, we continue to find new ways of working together and supporting one another so that we can make an even bigger impact on the health and wellness of our community.
Again, thank you for being such an important part of the work we are doing through Mount Nittany Health. We wish you and yours a safe, happy, and healthy holiday season.
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