SH Receives $50,000 Gift
Susquehanna Health is involved in the most important expansion and renovation project of its history, Project 2012. In order for this project to become a reality, we are relying on the community’s support and generosity. We are pleased to announce that we are one step closer, thanks to a generous gift of $50,000 from Webb Communications.
These monies will be incorporated into the funds being raised by the Susquehanna Health Foundation through the Count On Us For Life Capital Campaign. With a goal of $12.5 million, the Foundation’s philanthropic effort supports the health system’s $250 million Master Facilities Plan.
“Our projects will not only provide the best possible healthcare in our region, but will also fuel our economy and create a better community to live in, says Steven P. Johnson, Susquehanna Health President & CEO. “
Susquehanna Health helps sustain not only our region’s physical health but its financial health as well. Webb Communications’ investment in this Campaign certainly shows their commitment to our community, we truly appreciate their support.”
“I was very impressed and excited to learn of the investments being made in the local health care facilities. The improvements being made are essential to providing and continuing to attract the type of physicians that provide high quality care,” says Mark Lundberg, Webb Communications.
“I feel that this type of top quality health care service is one of the very important building blocks to not only maintaining the businesses that are here but also in attracting new business to help our community grow. My staff and I are very proud to contribute to such a worthy project.”
Webb Communications is a commercial web printer and mail house located in Williamsport, with customers including many local, statewide and national publications, both newspapers and magazines.
Serving patients from an 11-county region, Susquehanna Health is considered a healthcare leader and offers a broad array of services that include major centers for heart and vascular, neuroscience, cancer treatment, rehabilitation, minimally invasive surgery and orthopedics and joint care.