At Excela Health, we put patients first, and we find the very best nurses to blend knowledge, technology and compassion into individualized patient care.

Whatever the setting - in one of our three hospitals, at one of our community practices sites, diagnostic and surgical facilities, or in the patient's home - you'll find that Excela Health nurses are passionate about their practice and unwavering in their commitment to making a difference every day in the lives of their patients and families they serve.

We also are focused on developing our nurses to their full potential and providing them an environment in which to practice that is both empowering and rewarding.

Our nurses are outstanding clinicians, leaders, teachers, innovators and mentors.  Rediscover why you went into nursing.

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Chief Nursing Officer

Helen Burns, PhD, RN, FAAN
Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer


Senior Leadership

Lonna Paterline, MSN, RN
VP, Patient Care Services
Westmoreland Hospital

Maryann Singley, MSN, RN
VP, Patient Care Services
Latrobe Hospital


Tracy Fick, MSN, RN
VP, Patient Care Services
Frick Hospital

Ranae Splendore, MS, RN
Director, Professional Practice
Excela Health


Lois Noonan, BSN, MEd
Director, Education Services
Excela Health



1. Has your loved one (mother, father, spouse, etc.) been diagnosed with any of the following conditions?










2. Has your loved one experienced one of more of the following in the past two to three months?
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3. Has your loved one's doctor prescribed any of the following treatments/medications?
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4. Is your loved one confused about which medications to take, does he/she have trouble keeping track of the medications or has he/she taken the wrong medication/dosage?






5. Does your loved one have a difficult time with any of the following activities?
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6. How hard is it for your loved one to move about safely and/or leave the home?
Choose the statement that describes his/her situation best.




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Does this apply to you or your loved one (please answer "Yes" or "no")

Expressed the desire to stay at home instead of going back to the hospital for treatment?

Experiencing unacceptable levels of pain?

Recognized an increasing dependence on oxygen throughout the day?

Have unmet emotional and spiritual needs?

Have increased symptoms due to chronic illness?

Need additional assistance with bathing, dressing, feeding, toileting or ambulation?

Spend more time in bed?

Lost weight without trying?

Been told that you or your loved one have a life limiting illness or that life expectancy is lessened?

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