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Vol. 7, Issue 1
January 2019
Connecting the Community to the Latest in Rehabilitation, News and Events

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Burke CEO Looks Ahead to 2019
Getting to Know Burke's New Chief Nursing Officer
Burke's Chief Resident has Article Published in Rehabilitation Journal
How to Make a New Year's Resolution that Sticks
Burke Adult Fitness Center Renovations Remain On Schedule
5 Changes to Make to Keep Your Home Safer as You Age
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Burke CEO Looks Ahead to 2019

January is a popular time to look back on what we accomplished over the last 12 months while also looking forward and making resolutions for the year to come. 2018 was a landmark year for Burke, and the plans we have in place have positioned the hospital for an even better 2019.

Getting to Know Burke's New Chief Nursing Officer
Valerie Vermiglio-Kohn, Burke's new Chief Nursing Officer, joined the Burke team in January. We sat down with her to discuss what brought her to Burke and some goals she has once she gets settled in...
Burke's Chief Resident has Article Published in Rehabilitation Journal
Congratulations to Raman Sharma, MD, Burke’s Administrative Chief Resident for his recent publication in the Journal of Cancer Rehabilitation...
How to Make a New Year's Resolution that Sticks
We're just a few weeks into 2019, but that doesn't mean it's too late to set goals for the new year. The top four New Year’s Resolutions are centered on: self-improvement (including education), weight loss, finances and relationships, according to research done by the University of Scranton and...
Burke Adult Fitness Center Renovations Remain On Schedule
With three rooms complete and three more rooms still under construction, crews are at the midway point of a major renovation of Burke’s Adult Fitness Center...
5 Changes to Make to Keep Your Home Safer as You Age
If January is a time for fresh starts, then here’s one important resolution to add to the list: Taking stock of your home to ensure it’s as safe as possible, particularly as you get older or if you’ve recently experienced a life-changing illness or injury. Areas of the home like stairs, rugs...
In the Next Issue
• The Brain Bee Returns to Burke
• Adaptive Sports and Therapeutic Recreation