Business people: Mount Nittany Health adds nurse

January 20, 2013 

Mount Nittany Health announced this week they added a nurse to their hospital staff.

Rena Hazelton will take on the responsibilities as nurse manager for pre-admission testing and anesthesia support at Mount Nittany Medical Center.

Hazelton is a graduate of Lock Haven University with an associate degree in nursing, and has been a registered nurse for more than 20 years. She brings experience in endoscopy, same-day care, pain clinic, post-anesthesia care, pre-anesthesia testing and front lobby reception.

According to the hospital, Hazelton was previously a nurse manager in the surgical service unit at Punxsutawney Area Hospital.

For more information, visit mountnittany.org.

Five engineers get new license

Borton-Lawson architect and engineering firm announced this week that five of their employees attained their professional engineering licenses, including two State College office workers.

The test for the P.E. license can be taken four years after attaining Engineer-in-Training status, the firm said Tuesday.

Those individuals include Charles Stajewski, structural engineer and Matthew Neiman, transportation engineer of the State College office, and Louis Spaciano, transportation engineer; Eric Dudkowski, transportation engineer; David Murosky, transportation engineer, of the Wilkes-Barre office.

“We are very proud of the hard work these individuals have put forth to reach this great achievement in their careers,” said Frank Joanlanne, president of Borton-Lawson. “This is a true testament to the professional, focused employees Borton-Lawson has on staff.”

Borton-Lawson is a full-service architectural and engineering design firm employing 168 professionals. For more information, visit www.borton-lawson.com.

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