George Fatula, MD

George Fatula, MD

George Fatula, MD is a pediatrician practicing in Du Bois, PA. He provides primary care services to children of all ages – from infants to teenagers and young adults up to age 21.

He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, such as Penn Highlands Brookville Hospital and Penn Highlands DuBois Hospital. He earned his medical degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

Early Life and Education

Early childhood education (ECE) is an effective and proven way to improve the health and educational outcomes of children, families, and communities. Studies show that those who receive high quality early childhood education experiences tend to do better academically, are less likely to repeat a grade, and are more likely to graduate high school on time.

ECED programs promote the development of cognitive skills such as language and literacy, which are fundamental for learning and academic success in elementary school. Furthermore, they assist children in cultivating essential social abilities like self-assurance and self-regulation – essential for future interpersonal interactions.

Early childhood educators (ECE educators) play a vital role in helping young children’s brains develop rapidly during these formative years. It is at this crucial juncture that they learn the fundamentals of early childhood education, providing ECE educators with an invaluable opportunity to lay the foundations necessary for lifelong success and development.

Professional Career

George Fatula has been a certified pediatrician for over two decades, treating and diagnosing medical problems in children from birth to young adults. Additionally, he provides preventative healthcare services to keep patients healthy and on the road to recovery. Most importantly, his services are affordable and convenient – treating infants, children, teens, and young adults from all over Pennsylvania. You can contact him directly at his Du Bois office location or learn more about their practice by visiting their website.

He enjoys spending time with his wife and family, as well as reading a good book. Above all else, he takes great pride in his work – both the process and its outcome.

Achievements and Honors

George Fatula is a highly-rated attorney at Bracewell LLP and an expert in energy-related transactions, regulatory matters, projects and controversies. Additionally, his expertise extends to navigating FERC regulatory and commercial challenges associated with major energy infrastructure developments.

His legal accomplishments aside, he was honored by students at Penn Highlands Brookville as the best professor emeritus during a campus ceremony. Additionally, he won the Patients’ Choice award for superior patient care – presented to an individual or organization who receives near perfect scores from patients for their medical practice. All these accolades serve as testaments to his outstanding leadership, service, and dedication to the community; truly a Renaissance man sadly missed by family and friends alike.

Personal Life

George Fatula was a beloved husband and father, as well as an accomplished businessman in Wheeling. He also gave back to the community by being involved with numerous organizations like the Chili Cook-Off, Post 89 American Legion, Masons, and Fire Departments.

He enjoyed being around his family and always willing to help anyone in need. He will be greatly missed by his wife Norma Mruzek; children Georgianna Adkins of California; George Fatula of Wheeling; Russell Fatula of Bridgeport, Ohio; two brothers Roy Fatula of St. Clairsville and Jack Fatula also of Bridgeport; as well as three grandchildren.

He specialized in energy-related transactions, projects and controversies. He regularly advised natural gas, oil, liquids and CO2 pipeline and storage project developers on terms of service negotiations, drafting definitive agreements for development before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), as well as midstream service providers producers and marketers on commercial, transactional and FERC regulatory matters.

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