Committee Members

Republicans


Lisa Baker
, Chair
Michele Brooks, Vice-Chair
Joe Scarnati, ex-officio
Ryan Aument

 
Pat Browne
Scott Hutchinson
Scott Martin
Bob Mensch

Democrats

Judy Schwank, Minority Chair
Jay Costa
Art Haywood
Sharif Street

Committee Schedule, Votes and Bills

Meetings and Hearings

Senate Health & Human Services Committee - October 17, 2017   [Read More]

Senate Health & Human Services Committee - June 29, 2017   [Read More]

Senate Health and Human Services - June 26, 2017   [Read More]

Senate Health and Human Services - June 21, 2017   [Read More]

Senate Health and Human Services - June 13, 2017   [Read More]

 

Senate Health and Human Services and Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee - June 14, 2017     [Read More]

News

May

12

2017

May 12, 2017

Several Senate panels will gather in Philadelphia on May 18 to host the last of a series of joint public hearings regarding Governor Wolf’s proposal to consolidate the Departments of Health, Human Services, Aging, and Drug and Alcohol Programs into a unified Department of Health and Human Services, according to Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee Chair Sen. Camera Bartolotta (R-46).   [Read More]

Apr

11

2017

April 11, 2017

The Senate will hold the second in a series of public hearings looking into the Wolf Administration’s proposal to consolidate the departments of Human Services, Health, Aging, and Drug and Alcohol Programs.   [Read More]

Mar

27

2017

March 27, 2017

***MEDIA ADVISORY*** - The Senate will hold the first of a series of public hearings looking into the Wolf Administration’s proposal to consolidate the departments of Human Services, Health, Aging, and Drug and Alcohol Programs. This is a major element of the proposed state budget, and will affect countless agencies and individuals across Pennsylvania.   [Read More]

Mar

19

2014

March 19, 2014

The Pennsylvania Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee on Wednesday reported three bills out of committee, including prescription drug monitoring legislation, said committee chairwoman Sen. Pat Vance (R-Cumberland/York).   [Read More]