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Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic is frequently in the news and we would like to share some of our press with you.

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October 6, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

How erectile dysfunction can happen —and how to limit it
Dr. Noah May, urologist at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, discusses some of the medical causes of and treatment for erectile dysfunction.

Sept 13, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: Talking to your doctor about embarrassing health problems
Dr. Jeff Olsen, primary care physician at Nazareth Hospital, discusses how patients can talk to their doctors about embarrassing health topics.

Sept 11, 2019
CBS3 Philly

Brotherly Love: Stroke Victim Becomes Beacon of Hope for Patients
Mercy Philadelphia's Stroke Support Group was featured on CBS Philly.

Sept 6, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: How does stress affect my heart?
Dr. Mizrahi, medical director of noninvasive cardiology at Mercy Philadelphia, talks about how stress can affect heart health in this Q&A in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

August 4, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Detecting lung cancer while it’s in early stages
Dr. Rajesh Thirumaran discusses detecting lung cancer early in this Inquirer Q&A.

July 19, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Everything you need to know about cooling off in Philadelphia’s heat wave
Dr. Aditi Chincholi, pcp with Mercy Health Associates at Chestnut Street, is quoted in this Inquirer article about the heatwave in Philadelphia.

July 18, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Summers are hotter, but heat-related deaths have dropped.
Article discussing climate change and heat related mortality. Dr. Anthony Mazzeo, chair, emergency medicine for MCMC and Nazareth is quoted. Also appears in the Daily News.

July 14, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Now is the time to plan for your end-of-life care
Dr. Adita Chincholi explains the importance of planning for end of life care.

July 10, 2019
Northeast Times

Northeast Wound Center earns honor
NE Times mentions Nazareth Hospital's Wound Center being awarded Center of Excellence Award.

June 19, 2019
University City Review

Lifesaving Heart Attack Treatment Replicated Nationally
This ongoing study identified that heart attack victims who suffer from cardiogenic shock survived at significantly higher rates when treated with a specific treatment protocol.

June 9, 2019
DelCo Times

Mercy Fitzgerald earns accreditation for ultrasound program
Mercy Fitzgerald recently earned a three-year accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR) for its ultrasound program.

June 9, 2019
NE Times

Tips on preventing Lyme disease
Dr. Ron Goren offers tips on preventing Lyme disease.

June 8, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: Does your Achilles tendon offer clues to your heart health?
Dr. Jasmin M. Martinez Castellanos discusses how the Achilles tendon may offer clues to heart health in this Inquirer Q&A.

May 26, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Gastrointestinal issues shouldn’t kill summer fun
EmilyMcGehrin, physician assistant with Mercy Gastroenterology in Darby discusses gastrointestinal issues and how to prevent them in this Q&A in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

May 10, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: I just turned 40. What do I need to know about menopause?
Dr. Aja Jackson-Devose discusses perimenopause, menopause and post menopause symptoms in this Q&A in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

April 26, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: Maintaining your appetite during chemotherapy treatment
Registered dietitian Stephanie Clarke talks about nutrition during chemotherapy treatment in this Q&A in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

April 23, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

In Philadelphia, a proactive approach to improving minority health outcomes
Dr. Deon Vigilance, chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, discusses disparities in healthcare for minority men.

April 16, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Why everyone, regardless of age, should plan for important healthcare decisions
Thomas Chirdo, director of mission and spiritual care at Nazareth Hospital, discusses the importance of an advance healthcare directive.

April 11, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: Why do I have pain and numbness after I run?
Dr. Michael Yang, sports-medicine physician at Mercy Philadelphia, discusses numbness after running in the Q&A in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

March 26, 2019
The Philadelphia Tribune

Mercy Fitzgerald earns American College of Radiology accreditation
The Philadelphia Tribune published an announcement about Mercy Fitzgerald’s being awarded a three-year accreditation in mammography by the American College of Radiology.

March 21, 2019
KYW Newsradio

Mercy introduces food market program
Cynthia Nelson, Director Operations for Mercy Physician Network, discusses Mercy Health's new monthly Farmers' Market program at our hospitals, via KYW Newsradio.

March 8, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Q&A: Screening for lung cancer in former smokers
Dr. Rajan Singla answers a question about lung cancer screenings for smokers in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

March 7, 2019

Dr. Thirumaran discusses Alex Trebek’s cancer diagnosis
Rajesh Thirumaran, MD, Mercy Cancer Center, gives an overview of a pancreatic cancer diagnosis and treatment options.

February 15, 2019
Delaware County Times

Love Strikes at Mercy LIFE
Cupid's arrow struck Mercy LIFE participants Albert Aggar and Marjorie Russell on Valentine's day. The couple met at the Adult Day center one year ago and they are now planning their wedding at the center in April. Mercy LIFE participants have the opportunity to build deep connections with one another while receiving medical, social, and spiritual care at the center.

February 11, 2019
Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia hospital to open women’s health center
The Philadelphia Business Journal features news about Nazareth Hospital's plans for a women’s health center.

Winter 2018-19
Drexel Dornslife SPH

Data Mining: Big data may reveal how community resources shape health
This article in the Drexel Dornslife newsletter focuses on data mining and how understanding big data can help address health disparities. It cites Dr. Vigilance in the preface and uses remarks from his interview and article to position him as a thought leader in addressing neighborhood health disparities.

January 3, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer

How a support group helped this stroke survivor recover
Reggie Pelzer is a stroke survivor. With the support of the Mercy Philadelphia Stroke Support Group, he’s learning how to live again. Read his story in his own words.