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March 22, 2022 Keystone Health hosted Pennsylvania Secretary of Aging, Robert Torres. During the visit, we discussed ways to increase access to healthcare for aging seniors in our community, as well as the integration of health and social services to improve health equity. Keystone Health is committed to ensuring that those ages 60+ continue to have access to quality healthcare in our community.
Pictured from left to right:
Robert Torres, Pennsylvania Secretary of Aging
Joanne Cochran, President and CEO, Keystone Health
Tom Snedden, Director of Pharmaceutical Assistance Program
Tawnya Hurley, Director of Franklin County Area Agency on Aging
Mauricio Conde, Vice President of Business Development and Operations, TLR Business Solutions
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