Newsmakers: Health Care
Businesses featured this week: Patient First, Summit Health
Chambersburg-based Summit Health named Ken Costner a nurse practitioner with Summit Occupational Health. He was employed with Western Maryland Health System in Cumberland, Md. Paula Townsley was named a nurse practitioner with affiliate Shady Grove Family Care. She has more than 30 years of experience as a registered nurse, including as an intensive care unit and emergency room nurse, a long-term care nurse and a school nurse. Courtney Bohn, Rosalind Klinepeter and Jackie Sullivan were named certified nurse midwives with Summit Women’s Group in Waynesboro. Bohn was a maternity nurse in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and most recently a midwife in Carlisle. She has master’s degrees as a certified nurse midwife and family nurse practitioner. Klinepeter was in private practice with Country Care Midwifery for 13 years. Sullivan has a master’s degree as a nurse-midwife from Georgetown University.
Virginia-based Patient First named Richard Weinstein medical director of occupational health, as well as a staff physician, with its Manheim Township center. He will oversee all department of transportation exams. He has a BA from San Francisco State University and a medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.