Pine Run Health Center
Adds Nurse Practitioner
Pine Run has added Rita M. Holden, CRNP, to the Pine Run Health Center team as Nurse Practitioner. In this position, Holden will collaborate with physicians and the nursing team to enhance the coordination of care for both short-term rehabilitation patients and long-term care residents. She comes to Pine Run with 9 years of experience at St. Luke’s Hospital in Easton, PA and has significant experience in patient comprehensive care.
“We feel strongly that Rita’s specialized clinical presence will improve the quality of care, including evaluation of acute problems, follow up of labs and tests,
and reduce unnecessary hospital readmissions,” said James P. Blore, Jr., MD, Medical Director for Pine Run.
Pine Run Health Center, a 90-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, holds a 5-Star overall ranking from Medicare and recently completed $11 million renovation project transforming the facility for the next generation of consumers seeking comfort and superior outcomes.
“The renovation and refocus of the continuum of care at Pine Run Health Center strengthens the ability of our health care system to remain a high-quality, efficient provider of care through all stages of life,” asserted Jim Brexler, President and CEO of Doylestown Health.
Owned by Doylestown Hospital, the Pine Run Retirement Community is a not-for-profit provider of independent living cottages and apartments for seniors 65+. Additional levels of care are available to the local community. Call 800-992- 8992 to schedule a tour, or, visit pinerun.org for more information.