"Fueled by bond money and an appetite for expansion, a West Virginia-based health system is aggressively wooing staff and patients to keep up with a growth spurt that’s affecting hospitals in Pennsylvania."

So begins an article, with the headline "WVU Medicine courts staff, patients to keep up with its growth," published in the Feb. 13 edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

While outlining developments, such as the new 10-story southeast tower, the article quotes Albert L. Wright, Jr., West Virginia University Health System President and CEO, and Luke Marone, MD, co-director of the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, about the mission and vision of WVU Medicine.

Employees are encouraged to read the article.