Concordia Visiting Nurses Opens New Castle Office in Style (photos)

September 30, 2014

To say Concordia Visiting Nurses (CVN) has grown in leaps and bounds in recent years would be a bit of an understatement. Who would have ever thought that when Concordia launched home care in 1997, less than two decades later we would serve over 12,500 people per year and be opening our fourth office?! The most recent growth came in the form of a new office in New Castle, PA. (photos below)

Last Thursday, CVN kicked off the grand opening of its New Castle location in style, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce. Drawing a crowd of over 150 people, including many physicians and social services staff from the region, guests were treated to a wine tasting by Nova Cellars Winery and a specialty coffee and dessert bar by Two Rivers Artisan Coffee Works. Those in attendance were also eligible to win a door prize.

As part of the event, a number of information stations were set up, and guests were able to familiarize themselves with the various services offered by CVN.  Manned by CVN employees, each station highlighted a different topic, with subjects ranging from CVN’s Telehealth service to disease management protocols.  

CVN has provided home care in Pittsburgh and throughout western Pennsylvania for over 15 years. We offer a wide range of in-home services including skilled nursing, rehabilitation, palliative care, disease management, spiritual care and more. The new office is located at 121 Enclave Dr., New Castle, PA 16105. Call us today for your home care needs at 724-202-7617. For more information on Concordia Visiting Nurses, visit Enjoy the pictures and feel free to leave a comment below!

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