Erie County Medical Society honors the Erie County Department of Health with community award


Melissa J. Dixon

Erie, PA – The Erie County Department of Health received the Erie County Medical Society Community Award today for their work on the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Erie County Medical Society annually recognizes a recipient who has aligned either publicly or privately with their mission. Dr. Jeffrey P. McGovern presented the award to the Erie County Department of Health for their endeavors to advance, uphold and serve the medical needs of the Erie community.

“We can all be proud of Director Lyon, Charlotte Berringer and the entire staff at the Erie County Department of Health,” said County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper. “Their leadership throughout this pandemic and their efforts to keep us safe have been a blessing to our entire community, so I believe the Erie County Medical Society could not have selected a more deserving recipient of this award.”

The Erie County Medical Society, founded in 1828, is a voluntary, nonprofit organization of MDs and DOs that serve the citizens and physicians of Erie County. The organization strives to advance the standards of medical care, to uphold the ethics of the medical profession and to serve the public with important health information.


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