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Spigel named next president, CEO

The Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network Board of Trustees has named Michael Spigel, PT, MHA, as the organization’s next president and CEO as of August 3, 2020. He is currently the president and chief operating officer of Brooks Rehabilitation, Jacksonville, Fla., where he began as an outpatient division president in 2004. He led a post-acute network with a continuum of care and growth trajectory, that closely mirrors that of Good Shepherd, from mid-sized hospital to a nationally recognized large size provider.

He earned a master’s degree in health administration from Chapman University in Orange County, Calif., and a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Maryland.

He had worked previously in several capacities for The RehabCare: Group in St. Louis, Missouri, in several positions, and at Sutter Health in Sacramento, Calif. He began his career as a practicing physical therapist at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is on the American Hospital Association Post-Acute Care Advisory Committee. He was a board member for the Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program, University of North Florida Health Care Administration Advisory Committee, Leadership Jacksonville and 360 Physical Therapy in Phoenix, Ariz.


Newborn Center guidelines updated

To keep patients and staff safe as more health care services reopen or ramp up during the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) continues to update visitation guidelines for Family Birth and Newborn Centers.

Visit LVHN.org/motherhoodpartners for answers to several most frequently asked questions and accesss educational resources such as parent education videos, virtual hospital tours and Covid-19 updates specifically for expectant parents.

‘Return to work’ services offered

Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN) has introduced a portfolio of return to work services to support employers with getting their employees back to work quickly and safely. These services are administered by LVHN’s occupational health division, HealthWorks, in conjunction with its wellness arm, BeneFIT Corporate Wellness®, and its mental health provider, Preferred EAP.

Visit the LVHN website for details.


‘Return to work’ program launched

St. Luke’s Occupational Medicine, in collaboration with St. Luke’s Behavioral Health, St. Luke’s Fitness Centers, and St. Luke’s Care Now sites, are launching a Return to Work program for businesses as our local communities begin to open at this point during the Covid-19 pandemic.

For more information, visit sluhn.org/Covid-19, call St. Luke’s InfoLink at 1-866-STLUKES (785-8537), option 4 or email InfoLink@sluhn.org.