Juliann Doyle heads up hospital's community board


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Juliann Doyle, a longtime Wayne County employee, recently took over the leadership of Wayne Memorial Hospital’s community-liaison board from outgoing chair Martha Wilson. The Community Advisory Board advocates for community needs to hospital trustees and in turn shares the board’s objectives with the community. It also oversees partnerships with allied health organizations that receive funding from sources such as state, federal and foundation grants. Doyle first joined the board in 2007. Employed by Wayne County since 1979, she is currently an administrative officer in the Office of Human Services. “Juliann is a font of knowledge about the community,” said Carol Kneier, who took over the hospital’s overseer position for the board last year. Other board members include John Kerkowski Jr., Dr. Pat Pugliese, Nancy Moro, William Boyle, Keith Gunuskey, Martha Wilson, Margaret Ennis, Wynter Newman, Steve Price, Joanne Tagle, Amy Gries, Michele Minor Wolf, Jean Pettinato, Judy Williams, Joanne Hohman, Jeff Zerechak, Sheldon Langer and high school students Kaiden Quigley (Wallenpaupack), Paige Barillo (Western Wayne), and Isabella Frigoletto (Wayne Highlands). (Photo provided)



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