Allied Services Integrated Health System welcomes three Clarks Summit residents to positions at new hospice

For Abington Journal | December 7th, 2015 1:34 pm

SCRANTON — Allied Services Integrated Health System recently welcomed three Clarks Summit residents to new positions.

Dipti S. Pancholy, MD, FACP

The company announced Dr. Dipti Pancholy as the medical director of the new Allied Services Hospice. Pancholy brings 20 years of experience as a board-certified internist to her new role at Allied Services, where she has been a consulting physician for many years.

A fellow of the American College of Physicians, Pancholy completed her medical education at the State University of New York School of Medicine at Stony Brook. Following her residency at Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia in 1996, she began caring for patients in Northeastern Pennsylvania. In both her practice and mentorship, Pancholy advocates for a multidimensional and multidisciplinary approach that incorporates the body, mind and environment into patient care.

Pancholy currently holds the position of assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at The Commonwealth Medical College. She also serves as chairperson for Internal Medicine Curriculum, Care Transitions and Consultative Medicine Specialist at the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. While in medical school, she received the American Medical Women’s Award for superior academic performance. She later received a mentorship award from the American Medical Association and was name in the 2014 Top 25 Women in Business in Northeastern Pennsylvania by the National Association of Women Business Owners. She serves on the board of directors of the Scranton Chamber of Commerce.

Ann Bost, RN

Ann Bost, RN was named the clinical director of the new hospice.

A resident of Clarks Summit, she brings more than 25 years of nursing and management experience, including more than 15 years of hospice care, to her role at Allied Services. She joins Allied after serving as assistant hospice supervisor at Traditional Home Health and Hospice in Dunmore.

Karen Welcome, RN

Allied announced Karen Welcome, RN as a new member of the team at Allied Services Hospice.

A resident of Clarks Summit, Karen brings more than 35 years of nursing experience to her new role. Prior to joining Allied, she was served hospice patients at Commonwealth Hospice.


For Abington Journal

Information provided by Allied Services Integrated Health System.