By Mary Kate Coghlan, Communications
Representative Bryan Cutler, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader from Lancaster County, visited the new Lankenau Medical Center Emergency Department and Trauma Center last week. Rep. Cutler met with ED staff to learn about our expansion and renovation project, toured the new space, and was able to see firsthand the tremendous benefits and new technologies that will be provided to the communities we serve.
Rep. Cutler, a former x-ray tech at Lancaster General who left the medical field to attain his law degree and pursue a career in public office, has a strong focus on health care and serves as a legislative appointee to the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation. With his extensive background in health care and the industries that deliver these vital services, Rep. Cutler has advocated for policies to make the state’s health care system more accessible and affordable.
Photo: (From left) Marla Pellegrini, LMC ED nurse manager; Brielle Salzmann, LMC Trauma Program; Fran Cusick, Campus nurse executive at LMC; Eyhal Shweiki, MD, LMC Trauma Program medical director; Anne Judge, LMC Trauma Program; Phil Robinson, president of LMC; Joseph Bushra, MD, System medical director for Emergency Management for MLH; Representative Bryan Cutler; and Janine Skahan, LMC Trauma Program manager.