Wall of Health-Caring
These health professionals have supported Da Vinci Science Center exhibits and programs – including its Year of the Human Body project – that engage people of all ages in exploring how their bodies work and diverse career opportunities in the healthcare industry.
Healthcare LeadersDr. Richard London
Dr. Richard London is a gastroenterologist in Allentown, Pa. He has a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Engineering from the University of California at Berkley. His medical school training, internal medicine residency, and Gastroenterology fellowship were completed at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. London has been practicing gastroenterology and involved in teaching medical students and residents at with the Lehigh Valley Health Network since 1980. He is a Da Vinci Science Center member and a member of its Leonardo Society.Dr. George Arangio
Dr. George Arangio is a retired orthopaedic surgeon, and a founder of VSAS Orthopedics in Allentown, Pa. Dr. Arangio serves as President of the Lehigh County Medical Society. He completed his undergraduate and medical school training at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., and completed residency and fellowship training at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Arangio has served as a Lieutenant Commander, M.C.S.S.N, at the Orlando Naval Medical Center in Orlando, Fla., and has been involved in educating health care professionals at Lehigh University, Drexel University, DeSales University, and the Penn State Hershey College of Medicine. He acts as a mentor for the educational staff at
Da Vinci Science Center and has been involved in developing content and programming for various medical exhibits and programs. He is a member of the Da Vinci Science Center Hall of Fame Award selection committee and he and his wife Judy are members of the Center’s Leonardo Society.
Dr. Mark J. Young graduated from the University of Illinois in Champaign, Ill., and the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, Mich. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Michigan and in general medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Young continued his career in 1995 when he arrived at the Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, Pa., to serve as its Senior Vice President for Education and Research. His involvement created a model in which all citizens, regardless of age, gender, or social status, can attain optimal health and well-being. He also served on the faculty at Penn State University’s College of Medicine as the First Chair of the Department of Health Evaluation Sciences. Dr. Young was Associate Dean of the American Federation of Clinical Research and a member of the American College of Physicians, the Society for General Internal Medicine, and the Society for Medical Decision Making.
Dr. Kimberly Legg Corba
Dr. Corba graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., and The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) in Philadelphia, Pa. She completed a Rotating Internship as Chief Intern at Allentown Osteopathic Medical Center in Allentown, Pa. and completed a year of Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Temple University Hospital in Philadephia, Pa. Dr. Corba completed her Family Practice residency at The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, held an academic teaching position at PCOM, and was part of a large multi-physician primary care office in East Norriton, Pa., for four years. After relocating from the Philadelphia area to Allentown in 2001 and working for after years in a primary care office in Allentown, Dr. Corba opened Green Hills Family Health Care, Inc., in Fogelsville, Pa. Dr. Corba is an Assistant Clinical Professor at DeSales University in the Physician Assistant program.
Dr. Richard Cusick
Dr. Walter Dex
Dr. Jerry Grossinger