Good Shepherd Home Board Announces New Trustee7/3/2008
July 3, 2008
Allentown—The Good Shepherd Home Board of Trustees, the governing board for Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, recently announced the appointment of James J. Daley, M.D., to the Board. Dr. Daley will serve on the Board during his tenure as president of the Medical Staff of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital-Allentown.
Dr. Daley is a staff physiatrist for the Good Shepherd Physician Group and has served as medical director for prosthetic and orthotic rehabilitation for Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network.
Dr. Daley received a bachelor’s degree from Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts, and received a medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He completed his residency at JFK-Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department of UMDNJ in Edison, New Jersey.
Prior to joining Good Shepherd, Dr. Daley spent four years in the U.S. Navy serving as a general medical officer and as an assistant chief of staff to a Combat Logistics Squadron. He is the recipient of the Navy Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal.
The Good Shepherd Home, the parent organization and governing board of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, has subsidiaries that include: The Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, The Good Shepherd Home Long-Term Care Facility, Inc., The Good Shepherd Workshop/Vocational Services, Inc., Good Shepherd Long-Term Acute Care Services, Inc. and the Good Shepherd Housing Development Corporation.
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader, offering a continuum of care for people with physical and cognitive disabilities and specializing in assistive and rehabilitation technology. More than 36,000 people come to Good Shepherd each year for specialized programs in stroke, orthopedics, brain injury, spinal cord injury, pediatrics, amputation and more. Good Shepherd provides rehabilitation services in 8 eastern Pennsylvania counties. Good Shepherd operates 15 outpatient sites, 4 inpatient sites, a long-term acute care hospital, 2 long-term care homes for people with severe disabilities, an independent living facility, a Work Services division that provides employment training and job placement and a lifestyle products store called Rehability. Good Shepherd Penn Partners, a partnership of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network and the University of Pennsylvania Health System, will provide post-acute care in the Philadelphia region beginning July 2008. Good Shepherd was founded in 1908 when The Rev. John and Estella Raker invited a disabled orphan named Viola into their Allentown, Pennsylvania, home. Good Shepherd is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. For more information, visit www.goodshepherdrehab.org.