Penn State Health Flags of Honor program pays tribute to veterans, active military

Close-up of the Nittany Lion statue’s face with small flags on the right. Paving stones and lawn are also on the right.Flags surround the Nittany Lion statue at Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center as part of the Flags of Honor program.

Pay tribute to your friends, family members and colleagues who are military service members or veterans through the Penn State Health Flags of Honor program.  

May 14, 2024Penn State Health News

For each person memorialized, a small U.S. flag will be displayed in front of the main entrance of each employee’s designated Penn State Health entity from Monday, May 20, through Monday, July 15. The cost of each flag is $20.   

Patients, family members, employees and members of the community are invited to participate. 

An acknowledgement will be sent to the person being honored, or to their family, informing them of the tribute. The money raised will go to support medical equipment and technology at St. Joseph Medical Center and greatest need at Lancaster, Holy Spirit and Hampden medical centers. 

For more information or to participate in the program, click here 

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