People On The Move
Pediatrician Emily Nebzydoski, M.D., has joined the physician network and is seeing patients at 890 Viewmont Drive, Dickson City. Nebzydoski is board-certified in pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is on the medical staff of Moses Taylor Hospital. She previously worked at Wayne Memorial Hospital, Honesdale, as a general pediatrician and newborn hospitalist.
ESSA Bank & Trust
Philip H. Hosbach IV was reappointed to the board of directors. Hosbach rejoins the board following his initial term from 2014-2016. Hosbach resigned as a director of ESSA in 2016 following his acceptance of a career assignment overseas. This increases the size of ESSA’s board to 11 directors. Hosbach recently retired from Sanofi Pasteur as vice president, Global Public Affairs for Vaccines where he was based in Lyon, France. His prior roles in the United States included vice president, New Products and Immunization Policy and vice president, Global Vaccine Public Affairs for the Swiftwater-based multibillion-dollar global health care company.
Daniel J. Santaniello, president and CEO, has been elected group chair of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PA Bankers) Group 3. The groups within the state are defined by geography and play a significant role in the nominating process, banker education and grass-roots efforts of the association. A 28-year veteran of the banking industry, Santaniello’s two-year term started July 1. Since his appointment to president and CEO, the bank been named to “Top 200 Community Banks in the Country” for five consecutive years by the American Bankers’ Association as well as the No. 1 community bank brand as measured by a blind market study.
Honesdale Surgical Associates
Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers announced board-certified general surgeon Daniel Murphy, M.D., has joined its staff at the Honesdale practice. Murphy performs a broad spectrum of procedures, including minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale. Murphy is certified by the American Board of Surgery. After graduating residency in 2016, he spent a year in the Kono District of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Working at Koidu Government Hospital as a surgical officer with Partners in Health, Murphy refined and advanced his surgical training by performing in excess of 400 cases.
Industry Marketing Group Inc.
The Wilkes-Barre company has added two corporate trainers, Jenn Spera and Sean Geisler.
Spera was promoted from account executive in early June, and is now pushing for the next position, assistant director. Since joining in early May, Spera has gone through growth as both a leader and a person. She has learned to manage herself and others, and is now learning about the process of running her own business.
Geisler joined the business shortly after Spera, and became a corporate trainer a month into his career. Geisler is finishing college but does plan on returning to the marketing firm for his breaks and then permanently after his graduation next May.
Pittston Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Kaitlyn Connors has recently passed the International Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician board examination. With the successful passing of the board examination, Connors has become one of only eight chiropractors in Pennsylvania to obtain a status of international certified chiropractic sports physician. In addition to her private practice in Pittston, Connors currently sees patients at Northeastern Rehabilitation Associates. Along with obtaining ICCSP designation, she is a certified kinesiotaping provider, a certified medical examiner with the Department of Transportation, an adjunct professor of anatomy at Lackawanna College and currently is the head field hockey coach at Pittston Area.
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