Good Shepherd Welcomes Janie Anne Zuber, MD, MS, MA, as Pediatric Hospitalist

Janie Anne Zuber, MD, MS, MA, has joined Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network as a pediatric hospitalist at the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Emily Howatt Pliskatt Pediatric Unit.

A member of the Good Shepherd Physician Group, Dr. Zuber provides inpatient pediatric medical care to Good Shepherd Pediatrics patients with complex medical conditions. She has a special interest in palliative care.

Dr. Zuber graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine and completed her pediatrics residency at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Dr. Zuber has practiced general pediatrics in hospital and clinic settings during her medical career, including serving as a pediatrician with the U.S. Navy for four years in Yokosuka, Japan, and Pensacola, Florida.

She is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Zuber is certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Neonatal Resuscitation.

The Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Emily Howatt Pliskatt Pediatric Unit, located at 2855 Schoenersville Road in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is the only CARF-accredited pediatric rehabilitation facility in eastern Pennsylvania; CARF accreditation is the gold standard for quality in rehabilitation care. The unit features a pediatric physiatrist and pediatric hospitalist on-site.

Learn more about Good Shepherd Pediatrics’ programs and services or call 1-888-44-REHAB. Good Shepherd Pediatrics is a part of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network.

About Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit rehabilitation leader committed to transforming lives through expertise, innovation and compassion.

Good Shepherd provides an exceptional patient experience for all ages and stages by developing leading-edge solutions, often for complex medical situations; serving as a test site for the newest rehabilitation technologies; and inspiring hope in all we do.

Good Shepherd traces its pioneering spirit for innovation and compassionate care to its founding family, The Rev. John “Papa” Raker and D. Estella “Mama” Raker. In 1908, the Rakers opened the Good Shepherd Home to care for children with disabilities and senior citizens, filling an unmet community need — and setting the stage for Good Shepherd’s continued growth as a rehabilitation groundbreaker.

Headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Good Shepherd also partners with Penn Medicine to provide rehabilitation and specialty services in the greater Philadelphia area and New Jersey through Good Shepherd Penn Partners.

Learn more about Good Shepherd’s mission and vision.

Information provide to TVL by:
Mike Walbert
Marketing & Communications Specialist
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network