President earns Women of Influence award
Industrial Piping Systems announce that its president, Christine R. Wardrop, has been named an award recipient of the 2013 Women of Influence awards, presented by the Central Penn Business Journal.
Wardrop was selected as one of the top nominees by the judges for her leadership and achievements within Industrial Piping Systems, as well as her contributions to the community.
The Women of Influence awards recognizes 25 women leaders in the Pennsylvania midstate who are influential in their companies, industries and communities, and have solid reputations based on their experience, integrity, leadership, and accomplishments.
Industrial Piping Systems, has locations in York, Lancaster, Williamsport, State College, Chambersburg and State College.
Promotion at Clinton
Lock Haven Hospital has announced the promotion of Mary Wieland to the position of director of quality. Wieland had served as the hospital's risk manager prior to the promotion.
"Quality and patient safety are front and center in our day to day focus and Mary has demonstrated the leadership qualities necessary to help Lock Haven Hospital continue improve our quality processes," said John Zidansek, Lock Haven Hospital CEO. "Her broad-based experience has helped us to raise the bar and we are excited that she will lead our continued evolution."
Prior to joining Lock Haven Hospital Wieland served as a case manager for Horizons Hospice in Harrisburg. Her experience includes director of quality assurance and patient safety officer at Memorial Hospital York and manager at Greenbriar Medical Center in York.
Wieland earned her BSN from Wagner College, Staten Island, N.Y., and spent nine years the assistant director for risk management and as a nurse manager at the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY.
Lock Haven Hospital, is 47-bed facility with an additional 90 long-term care beds. The facility, a news release said, offers a full range of services including 24-hour emergency care, a birthing center, CT scanning, MRI, cardiopulmonary services, endoscopic surgery, general surgery, gynecology, an intensive care unit, imaging, obstetrics, occupational and physical therapy, outpatient surgery, pediatrics, radiology, same day surgery, a sleep lab, speech therapy, and more.
Lycoming Therapeutic Wraparound Services, Inc. welcomes Dr. Brian J. Schurr to the position of clinical program manager/psychological resident. In this position, Schurr will oversee the clinical operations of the behavioral health/rehabilitative services program and also work with clients on an outpatient basis.
Schurr completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Marywood University in August 2012. He also has earned his M.A. from Marywood University and a B.A. from Lycoming College.
Schurr currently is accepting new clients.
Brian W. Day has accepted a position with Keystone Mobile Shredding, Inc. beginning this month.
Day is the new business development manager and, a news release said, will enhance the sales and marketing strategy of the company. He will cultivate new business relationships and educate customers about protecting their business, their clients and themselves from the risks of inadequate data disposal.
He is a lifelong resident of Williamsport where he lives with his wife and two daughters and eagerly awaits the upcoming birth of his son. He is a graduate of Loyalsock Township High School and Pennsylvania College of Technology with a business degree.