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Stories from our Community

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A relationship that has lasted over 24 years

— Kristy Ludwig

It has been over 24 years since my relationship with Lebanon Family Health first began.  I learned about LFHS at the age of 16 from a friend at school.  I was looking for confidential reproductive health care.  LFHS provided me with services specifically for me at that time in my life.  Years later, I utilized the prenatal program at LFHS and received care while I was pregnant with my 2nd and 3rd children.  LFHS has allowed me to choose when my pregnancies occurred and empowered me to take control of my healthcare.  Today, I expose my daughters to the values and mission embodied by LFHS.

 

My respect for the mission and contribution LFHS gives to this community inspired me to be more than a patient.  Through the past 24 years I have also been an employee in over 4 positions- administrative assistant, nutrition assistant, breastfeeding peer support, prenatal nurse and my current position as a clinic manager.  I have remained connected with LFHS during all stages of my life.  As a stay-at-home mom, I was a volunteer at community outreach activities.  As an employee, it has been a sincere pleasure to return the service I received as a young patient and support a mission that meets the needs of our community.  I admire the phenomenal group of women who are caring, strong, supportive, knowledgeable and valued.


Alicia Arnold

On the cutting edge of healthcare needs in the community

As a board member for almost a decade, it has been an amazing experience to be a part of LFHS.

Read Alicia’s story

UPDATES

COVID 19

PLEASE NOTE:  LFHS remains open with modified business hours and adjustments made to our WIC program.  We also implemented necessary modifications to our education programs in order to ensure safety.  For the safety of all visitors to LFHS, please see the guidelines for the use of masks. 

Please continue to follow the recommended precautions of hand washing, covering your mouth/nose if you sneeze and practicing social distancing.  Also, be aware of public health tips for safer sex.  Finally, stay informed about the signs/symptoms of Coronavirus infection and the local resources being put in place at WellSpan. For this information, visit their website .

Information on Lebanon County Emergency Resources.

  • Education Program UPDATES

    Due to COVID-19, the following adjustments will be made for our education programs:

    • Be The One: Building Resilient Children and Families (birth-age 8) is scheduled for: May 6, 13, 20, 27 at 9 am using remote options

    • T2 Diabetes Program:  all classes are currently being held using remote options.

    • Freedom From Smoking begins April 29 at 1pm & 30 at 5:30pm using remote options.

    Questions or to join:

    call (717) 273-6741 ext. 310 or e-mail holly@lebanonfamilyhealth.org 

  • Local food resources during COVID-19