The Sadler Script
Volume 8, Issue 3
Sadler Health Center Corporation, a community-focused organization, provides unparalleled health services, delivered by commit-
ted, dedicated, and well trained staff that improves the health and well-being of those most in need within our service area.
ANDY TOWNE MEMORIAL FUND Acknowledgement of 2011 Donors
In November, The Towne family will be sponsoring a benefit race or a walk to raise funds for their late
The following individuals & businesses have
son’s Memorial Fund, which benefits patients of Sadler. Watch your local newspaper for information !!
supported Sadler through their tax deductible
Gold Star Incentive Award If you’d like to contribute to Sadler,
Elaine Herstek, The award was of please see the back cover of this
Sadler’s Executive Gold Star Status and newsletter.
Director, accepts an was awarded through Mary Arthur
Charles Bagley, Mutual of America
incentive award from the Medicaid Pro- Jeff Benjamin
James Barkafski of vider Incentive Pro- Blue Jean Fridays (CAHWF employees)
Blue Jean Fridays (Sadler employees)
Carlisle Area Healthcare Auxiliary
Carlisle Arts Learning Center
Sadler’s Annual Meeting ~ June 27, 2011 Carlisle Barracks Spouses Club
Judy Castrina, Outgoing Chair, conducted Judy Castrina
the Annual Meeting and gave Sadler’s Annual
Report. Diane Detrick
First United Church of Christ
Tom Coolidge, Incoming Chair of Carlisle Area Stephen & Sandy Owings
Partnership of Packer—CBC
Health & Wellness Foundation, shared informa-
tion on the history of the Sadler family and how & Presbytery of Carlisle
why the Sadler Center was created. Project Linus—Karen Stettler
Select Medical Corporation
Snyder’s of Hanover
Jackie Powell, Board of Trustees member of Nancy Steel
Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Founda- Jay Swisher
tion, accepted the Community Partner Unison Administrative Services, LLC
United Way (Sadler employees’
Award for their dedication to the Carlisle
contributions & others)
community. Vectron International
Sadler Health Center Corporation’s Board of Trustees held their Annual Meeting and Award Pres- Mary Jane Zeigler
entations on June 27, 2011. Judy Castrina, Outgoing Chair, conducted the meeting and presented
Sadler’s Annual Report. Chairpersons of the various committees also provided a yearly update of
their accomplishments. Tom Coolidge, Incoming Chair of Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foun-
dation, was the speaker of the evening. He provided interesting historical information about the Funding for many of the programs and
Sadler family. The Community Partner Award was given to Carlisle Area Health & Wellness services at Sadler is provided, in part,
through a grant from the Carlisle Area
Foundation, Sadler’s primary funder. The Board also recognized the many Physician Specialty
Health & Wellness Foundation.
Care Partners in the Carlisle community, which provide specialty services for our patients.
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Making Sadler proud………………
In June, Sadler’s CFO, Dave Cleck, was honored as
a finalist for the CFO of the Year Award by the
Central Penn Business Journal. Nominated by our
Board Chair, Judy Castrina, he was one of four fi-
nalists in the small/medium non-profit sector.
Sadler’s picnic National Health Center Week Celebration
Sadler employees and Board members enjoyed an evening at Village Park. Sadler celebrated the entire week.Several events were held inside the lobby area daily.
HOPE STATION’S YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The participants of the Hope Station Youth Leadership spent a day at Sadler in late April learning about healthy communities. Chris Harrington, a Dick-
inson College mentor, led a class on the 7 habits for being an effective teen in the community. Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation provided
the youth with a healthy breakfast and Becca Raley, Interim Executive Director for CAHWF, led activities on adolescent wellness and good nutrition,
which featured a Healthy Neighborhood Walking Audit. Elaine Herstek, Executive Director of Sadler, also gave instruction on the importance of living
in a healthy community.
The Hope Station Youth Leadership Program’s goal is to recruit, train, encourage and develop caring individuals to participate in community leadership
activities and responsibilities.
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NFP held it’s first annual picnic at North Middleton Park in June. Graduates of the 2-year program were also recognized at the celebra-
tion. Door prizes were given out and the babies & toddlers enjoyed various means of play.
Sadler patients who arrive 15 minutes prior to their appointments can participate in a monthly drawing for a $25 grocery gift card. A name will be drawn the first week of
each month. The same winner is eligible only once in a 6-month period. Congratulations to these winners:
Tammy Keisha Hannah Jacob
Bretzman Ickes Beitler Swope
May winner June winner July winner August winner
SADLER WECOMES INTERESTING ??? STUFF
Since our last newsletter, Many years ago in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled
Sadler is fortunate to welcome the follow- ‘Gentlemen Only...Ladies Forbidden’…...and thus the word GOLF entered
into the English language.
ing staff members:
Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair !
Dawn—LPN Dr. Lisa Malys
Dr. Luan Pham Elizabeth—LPN
Katrina—CRNP Dr. Mark Stutzman The first novel ever written on a typewriter:
Dr. Marlene Ascione Beth—Dental Hygienist
Dr. Arlene Seid Tom Sawyer
Sandra—Clinical Manager The San Francisco Cable cars are the
Stacy—Patient Account Rep.
Jocelyn—Front Desk Receptionist only mobile National Monuments.
Rebecca—Front Desk Receptionist
Shaina—Tobacco Cessation Specialist 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321
Bonnie M—Administrative Assistant II
Jessica Stahl—Tobacco Cessation Specialist Q. What do bulletproof vests, fire escapes, windshield wipers, and laser printers all
Rachel—Dental Assistant @ Perry County Dental Office have in common?
A. All were invented by women.
The Sadler Health Center Corporation is a community-focused facility that provides
seamless, holistic, quality medical, dental, and behavioral health services and education.
Dedicated, committed, and well trained employees welcome patients regardless of
ability to pay. We strive to enhance the quality of life for our patients and our staff
100 North Hanover Street through continuous quality improvement initiatives. Our vision is realized through
strong commitment and support from motivated and engaged community partners.
Carlisle, PA 17013
Tel: 717-218-6670 Governed by a community Board of volunteers, Sadler enhances its vision statement
through its Strategic Plan process. The focuses for the strategic plan are:
Focus #1: Acquire Resources (Financial & Community Resources / Recruit &
Monday-Friday: Retain Staff)
7:45AM — 5:30PM Focus #2: Build Capacity (Strengthen Internal & External Systems)
Focus #3: Expand Service Offerings (Develop Related Primary Care Services
7:45AM — 7:30PM ~ Increase Health Education & Prevention Services)
Focus #4: Emerging Opportunities (Explore Ways to Improve Services / Build
“Health and Education for Everyone”
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The official registration and financial information of Sadler Health Center Corporation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll
free within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
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