Pittsburgh Mercy Health System
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News & Publications
- May 2013
- One Man's Journey to Wellness »
- Read about Lou and his journey to wellness through Pittsburgh Mercy Health System's In SHAPE program. This story was originally published in Catholic Health East's 2012 Community Benefit Annual Report.
- March 2013
- Pittsburgh Mercy Health System featured in Health Progress magazine: "Empowered, Mentally Ill Become Active Participants in Care" »
- Pittsburgh Mercy Health System (PMHS), part of Catholic Health East, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, is featured in Health Progress magazine's March-April 2013 issue, "Special Section: Mental Health: Breaking Down Barriers." Read the article titled "Empowered, Mentally Ill Become Active Participants in Care," authored by Dr. J. Todd Wahrenberger and Stephanie Murtaugh. The magazine is the official journal of the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHAUSA).
- October 2012
- Pittsburgh Mercy Health System named a Top Workplace in the Pittsburgh region »
- Pittsburgh Mercy Health System (PMHS), part of Catholic Health East and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, is among 85 Southwestern Pennsylvania organizations and businesses recognized as Pittsburgh's Top Workplaces 2012 by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. PMHS ranked 10th in the Large Companies category, defined as organizations or businesses with 500 or more employees.
- October 2012
- Pittsburgh Mercy Health System's 9th Annual Reindeer Ball and Online Holiday Auction to benefit A Child's Place at Mercy »
- Create a new holiday tradition for your family and make a difference in the lives of children in our community. Join your friends at Pittsburgh Mercy Health System's 9th Annual Reindeer Ball, a spectacular children's holiday gala, Sunday, December 2, 2012, from 4 to 7 p.m. at The Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh Hotel, 1000 Penn Avenue, Downtown.
- August 2012
- Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield awards $50,000 grant to Pittsburgh Mercy Health System to help lead local individuals to better health »
- In an effort to assist those who are homeless, as well as individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental illness in our community, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield recently awarded a $50,000 grant to support two Pittsburgh Mercy Health System programs: In SHAPE (Individual Self-Health Action Plan for Empowerment) and Operation Safety Net's Severe Weather Emergency Shelter.
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