Penn State Health’s Flags of Honor program honors veterans and active military personnel

Saluting our Heroes: Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center’s Flags of Honor Program Honors Military Service Members and Veterans

Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center has a Nittany Lion statue surrounded by flags as part of their Flags of Honor program. This program is an opportunity for individuals to pay tribute to their friends, family members, and colleagues who are military service members or veterans. The program runs from May 20 to July 15, with small U.S. flags displayed in front of the main entrance of each employee’s designated Penn State Health entity for a cost of $20 per flag.

The Flags of Honor program is open to patients, family members, employees, and members of the community who want to honor those who have served our country. An acknowledgement will be sent to the person being honored or their family, informing them of the tribute. The money raised through the program supports medical equipment and technology at St. Joseph Medical Center as well as the greatest needs at Lancaster, Holy Spirit, and Hampden medical centers.

If you would like to participate in the Flags of Honor program or learn more information about it, click on the provided link. If you have trouble accessing the content or would like it in another format, email Penn State Health Marketing & Communications for assistance.

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