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Jeanne D. Arnold

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The Children's Hospital

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Background Information

Employment History

Mount Nittany Medical Center


Member Agencies


Resident Services Committee


Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services

Good Samaritan Hospital , L.P.


Chief Operating Officer

Community General Hospital


Affiliations

Lebanon Family Health Services

Board Member


Cornwall Manor

Board of Trustees Member


Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital

Board Member


United Way of Lebanon County Inc

Board Member


Foundation Board for Hershey Medical Center

Board Member


Education

Rhode Island Hospital School of Nursing


bachelor's Degree

health - services administration

St. Joseph College


master's degree

health - services administration

St. Joseph College


Web References(25 Total References)


Developing nursing leaders from within | Penn State Medicine

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Jeanne Arnold speaks to nursing students
Jeanne Arnold, local philanthropist and advocate for the Children's Hospital and former senior vice-president of patient care services for Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon, speaks to one of the leadership classes.


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Jeanne Arnold speaks to nursing students
Jeanne Arnold, local philanthropist and advocate for the Children's Hospital and former senior vice-president of patient care services for Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon, speaks to one of the leadership classes.


live.psu.edu

Hershey, Pa. - Edward H. and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold of Lebanon recently announced an additional commitment of $3 million to support the building of a freestanding Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital on the grounds of Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
Through our experiences, both as patients and as volunteers, we have come to have a deep respect and love for the Medical Center and all that it represents," said Jeanne Arnold. "We hope this additional gift today will encourage others in the community to consider giving toward this much needed facility, which will enhance the excellent care already being provided by the staff and physicians at the existing Children's Hospital." The Arnolds' made their first gift of $2 million to the Children's Hospital building project in 2007 and their second gift of $3 million in the fall of 2008. "Ed and Jeanne are true visionaries who understand that Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital is a vital resource for central Pennsylvania families, and who inspire so many others with their commitment to this project," said Dr. Harold L. Paz, chief executive officer of the Penn State Hershey Medical Center, senior vice president for health affairs at Penn State, and dean of the Penn State College of Medicine. In addition to their commitment to Children's Hospital, both Ed and Jeanne serve as vice chairs of the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital Campaign Committee. Jeanne also supports Children's Miracle Network (CMN) at Children's Hospital, serves on the Children's Hospital Executive Committee and chairs the upcoming CMN Fashion Show to benefit the Hummingbird Program at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital.


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Edward and Jeanne Arnold commit additional $3 million
Penn State Live - Edward and Jeanne Arnold commit additional $3 million Penn State Edward and Jeanne Arnold commit additional $3 million Edward H. and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold of Lebanon recently announced an additional commitment of $3 million to support the building of a freestanding Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital on the grounds of Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Through our experiences, both as patients and as volunteers, we have come to have a deep respect and love for the Medical Center and all that it represents," said Jeanne Arnold. "We hope this additional gift today will encourage others in the community to consider giving toward this much needed facility, which will enhance the excellent care already being provided by the staff and physicians at the existing Children's Hospital." The Arnolds' made their first gift of $2 million to the Children's Hospital building project in 2007 and their second gift of $3 million in the fall of 2008. "Ed and Jeanne are true visionaries who understand that Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital is a vital resource for central Pennsylvania families, and who inspire so many others with their commitment to this project," said Dr. Harold L. Paz, chief executive officer of the Penn State Hershey Medical Center, senior vice president for health affairs at Penn State, and dean of the Penn State College of Medicine. In addition to their commitment to Children's Hospital, both Ed and Jeanne serve as vice chairs of the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital Campaign Committee. Jeanne also supports Children's Miracle Network (CMN) at Children's Hospital, serves on the Children's Hospital Executive Committee and chairs the upcoming CMN Fashion Show to benefit the Hummingbird Program at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital.


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Hospital officials announced the donation from Edward H. and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold yesterday.
Through our experiences, both as patients and as volunteers, we have come to have a deep respect and love for the medical center and all that it represents," Jeanne Arnold said in the release. She said the couple's interactions with the staff -- from the health-care providers and hospital administrators to institutional leadership, including Dr. Harold Paz, senior vice president for health affairs, dean of the College of Medicine and hospital CEO, and Graham Spanier, Penn State president, are an inspiration to them. "Penn State Hershey has touched our hearts, and it is our privilege to help make this greatly needed facility available," she said in the release. The Arnolds' first gift to the children's hospital in 2007 was for $1 million to establish the Hummingbird Program. The program is a consultative service that provides comprehensive medical, emotional, social and spiritual support for children and their families facing life-threatening, complex medical conditions. About $250,000 of that $1 million also was earmarked for the construction of the children's hospital. "Ed and Jeanne are true benefactors who understand that Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital is a vital resource to central Pennsylvania families," Paz said. In addition to their commitment to the project, both Ed and Jeanne serve as vice chairs of the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital Campaign Committee. Jeanne also supports the Children's Miracle Network at the children's hospital and serves on the Children's Hospital Executive Committee. Jeanne Arnold is retired as senior vice president of patient-care services at Lebanon's Good Samaritan Hospital.


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