Langhorne Nonprofit Opening Local Healthcare Centers to All Members of the Community

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The organization is opening their services to the whole community.

A medical nonprofit in Bucks County is opening their services to all members of the community in order to assist as many people as possible. John George wrote about the local organization for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

Woods System of Care, headquartered at 40 Martin Gross Drive in Langhorne, will be opening their three local centers to all members of the community. The medical centers were only open to preexisting clients up until recently.

“We are building on a long tradition of experience and service to our community,” said Tine Hansen-Turton, the CEO of Woods System of Care and Woods Services. “Our specialists know how to break down the barriers that stand in the way of quality care for people with disabilities. 

The local nonprofit provides lifelong support services to individuals with disabilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The various centers will now be able to expand their coverage for those in the area who are in need of assistance and medical help.

Read more about the nonprofit in the Philadelphia Business Journal.


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