COVID-19 Impacts on Health Care Workers and PA as a Trauma-Informed State
April 21 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Health Care Connect (HCC) is proud to present another impressive roster of speakers in a continuing effort to be responsive to the needs and interests of our members.
All 4/21/21 attendees will learn about supporting health care and non-health care employees from Bill Belmonte MBA RN CEN NEA-BC Emergency Department Nurse Manager at Paoli Hospital/Main Line Health, Chester County’s only trauma center and Karen Flaherty-Oxler, MSN, RN Medical Center Director Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center.
All 4/21/21 attendees will become keenly aware of what to expect as PA goes through the process of becoming a “Trauma Informed State.” This subject will be detailed by Dan Jurman, PA’s Executive Director of Advocacy and Reform. This effort matters to all employers and their communities. The prevalence of behavioral health challenges presented by PA workers and their family members (all ages and demographics) in ERs across the Commonwealth—faced with not enough beds and/or skilled staff—this PA program is intended to focus awareness on those issues with targeted potential remedies.
Health Care Connect is an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council and is funded in part by the private sector with grant funding, received from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry through the Chester County Workforce Development Board.