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Richard Cirko succeeds Ginny as the Executive Director of VNA Community Services, Inc. He remembers his mentor as someone who always put the patient front and center. As we would be walking through the clinic dishealth and cChildrens Health Centers renamed for community leadercussing administrative issues she would always have a friendly smile, assist a mom struggling to get her stroller in the door or just say Hi to everyone she came in contact with Cirko remembers. She was all about the people.

Richard Cirko succeeds Ginny as the Executive Director of VNA Community Services, Inc. He remembers his mentor as someone who always put the patient front and center. As we would be walking through the clinic discussing administrative issues she would always have a friendly smile, assist a mom struggling to get her stroller in the door or just say Hi to everyone she came in contact with Cirko remembers. She was all about the people.

Virginia Coombs is remembered by most as the administrator who established and propelled the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services (VNA-CS) into the highly reputable, trusted and reliable health and human services provider that it is today. With offices located in Abington and Norristown, the VNA provides services for people of all ages in Montgomery and surrounding communities.

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When Ginny took over the association in 1993, the children’s center treated about 200 children. When she left due to illness in 2009, the center had grown to treat more than 1,500 children.

The Visiting Nurses Association is a community-based, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting independence and helping people to become more self-sufficient, healthy and safe. The VNA provides a wide range of services – from children’s sick and wellness visits, to enabling the elderly and disabled to remain independent in their homes by providing personal care and home support services.

The renaming ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 5:30, at the VNA-Community Services Center, located at 1421 Highland Avenue in Abington.

By: For The Times Herald

With her name now proudly displayed in the waiting room of the Children’s Center, that memory will stay in place as the VNA continues to fulfill its mission by strengthening the health and well-being of the community.

With her name now proudly displayed in the waiting room of the Children’s Center, that memory will stay in place as the VNA continues to fulfill its mission by strengthening the health and well-being of the community.

Ginny Coombs passed away due to cancer complications a year ago April 3. In honor of her memory, the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services will be renaming the children’s clinic to the Ginny Coombs Children’s Health Centers commemorating the legacy of an amazing woman.

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When Ginny took over the association in 1993, the children’s center treated about 200 children. When she left due to illness in 2009, the center had grown to treat more than 1,500 children.

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The Visiting Nurses Association is a community-based, non-profit orgahealth and community servicesnization dedicated to promoting independence and helping people to become more self-sufficient, healthy and safe. The VNA provides a wide range of services – from children’s sick and wellness visits, to enabling the elderly and disabled to remain independent in their homes by providing personal care and home support services.

The renaming ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 5:30, at the VNA-Community Services Center, located at 1421 Highland Avenue in Abington.

By: For The Times Herald

health and cChildrens Health Centers renamed for community leader,Ginny Coombs passed away due to cancer complications a year ago April 3. In honor of her memory, the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services will be renaming the children’s clinic to the Ginny Coombs Children’s Health Centers commemorating the legacy of an amazing woman.

Virginia Coombs is remembered by most as the administrator who established and propelled the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services (VNA-CS) into the highly reputable, trusted and reliable health and human services provider that it is today. With offices located in Abington and Norristown, the VNA provides services for people of all ages in Montgomery and surrounding communities.

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