Tyrone Hospital and ProCare Health Systems join forces to provide rehabilitation services

Officials at Tyrone Hospital announced they have established a relationship with ProCare Health Systems, Inc. to provide rehabilitation services.
Walter S. Van Dyke, CEO at Tyrone Hospital said ProCare rehabilitation professionals will provide physical and occupational therapy services at Tyrone Hospital on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. The hospital\’s relationship with ProCare became effective August 1.
\”We want to do more for our patients and the community. We want to expand on our existing rehabilitation services and develop additional programs. We will be in a better position to achieve those goals with Tyrone Hospital and ProCare working as partners,\” said Van Dyke.
ProCare Health Systems, Inc. is Central Pennsylvania\’s largest and most respected provider of Therapy, Athletic Training and Fitness facilities.
Founded in 1994, ProCare is an employee owned company with a serious commitment to providing the highest quality services available anywhere.
By implementing its \”one-on-one\” approach with patients, members and athletes, ProCare has ascended to the top of the Rehabilitation and Fitness fields.
James P. Foreman, President of ProCare Health Systems, Inc. said, \”We\’re excited about the opportunity to work with Tyrone Hospital in serving the Tyrone and surrounding communities. Together, we have a lot of new programming initiatives that will surely benefit area residents in both their health and wellness needs. The management and medical staff at Tyrone have some terrific ideas concerning how to expand the scope of what\’s needed for the future. Tyrone Hospital and ProCare are mutually committed in being \’Partners for Better Health\’.\”
Physical and occupational therapy services at Tyrone Hospital are provided by Mr. Tim Skarada, MPT, and Shelley Hanczar, OTR/L .
An open house will be held for the public in September. For more information, call 684-6309.