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Altoona Regional Health System

Altoona Regional Health System is a nonprofit community health care provider with a 400-plus bed hospital, a modern outpatient center, and more than 20 affiliated health care companies. Altoona Regional offers centers of excellence in cancer, heart, stroke, vascular, and emergency care, as well as neurosciences, behavioral health, sleep medicine, wound care, and more. Altoona Regional’s Trauma Center serves more than 20 counties in central Pennsylvania. The mission of Altoona Regional Health System is for exceptional people to provide exceptional health care.

For more information about Altoona Regional Health System, visit www.altoonaregional.org .

Altoona Regional Health System
ACMH Hospital

ACMH Hospital is an exceptional facility with a comprehensive array of services, many of which are unique for a community hospital. Featuring all private rooms and a campus-like setting, ACMH Hospital has been a trusted member of the community since 1898.

For more information about ACMH Hospital visit www.acmh.org.

ACMH Hospital
Butler Health System

Butler Health System’s flagship Butler Memorial Hospital opened its doors in 1898. For more than 100 years, Butler Memorial has remained an independent community hospital and has continued to grow to meet the needs of the Butler community and region. The 296-bed hospital, along with nearly 30 diagnostic testing locations and two urgent care centers comprise Butler Health System.

Recognized for excellence in many areas, Butler Health System offers extensive cardiology services, including open heart surgery, general surgery, and orthopaedic surgery, as well as acute care, maternity, and emergency care.

A new 210,000-square-foot patient tower addition was completed in the summer of 2010 and features a state-of-the-art surgery wing, three floors of newly designed, all private, patient care rooms, along with a spacious and inviting lobby offering auditorium and classroom space for community events and training sessions.

For more information about Butler Health System, visit ButlerHealthSystem.org.

Butler Health System

The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh is an independent, licensed nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive approach to pediatric rehabilitation through The Hospital, The Day School and Project STAR. The Hospital includes a 60-bed inpatient facility and numerous outpatient rehabilitation services for children and young adults. The Day School is an approved private school for children ages five to 21 with neurological impairments, including autism. Project STAR promotes the right of all children, especially those with physical, emotional and intellectual disabilities, to grow in safe, nurturing, lasting families.

The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh
Excela Health

Excela Health, Westmoreland County's largest employer, brings together some 800 physicians in 35 specialties to provide award-winning health care to the residents of Westmoreland County and parts of Fayette and Indiana counties. With a workforce of 4,800 employees, Excela Health offers leading-edge clinical and physician services in primary care, orthopaedic care, cardiovascular services, advanced robotic surgery, urology, bariatric surgery, gastroenterology, general surgery, neurosurgery, obstetrics and gynecology, wound care, and diabetes, among other services. Excela Health provides an extensive array of laboratory, imaging, rehabilitation, and specialty services through convenient outpatient locations in the region, as well as home care and durable medical equipment services, and inpatient care through hospitals in Greensburg, Latrobe, and Mount Pleasant, to rank as the region's third largest health care network.

For more information about Excela Health, visit www.lah.com .

Excela Health
Heritage Valley Health System

Heritage Valley Health System is a $450+ million integrated delivery network providing comprehensive health care for residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties, in Pennsylvania; eastern Ohio; and the panhandle of West Virginia. In partnership with more than 425 physicians and 4,100 employees, Heritage Valley offers a broad range of medical, surgical and diagnostic services at its two hospitals, Heritage Valley Sewickley and Heritage Valley Beaver; in 72 physician offices; and 14 community satellite facilities.

For more information about Heritage Valley Health System, please visit www.heritagevalley.org.

Heritage Valley Health System
Pediatric Alliance

Pediatric Alliance was formed in 1996, when eight individual pediatric practices joined forces to provide quality health care throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. Since then, Pediatric Alliance has grown to be the largest physician owned group pediatric practice in our area. Our board certified pediatricians offer primary care to children and adolescents in 10 different office locations. We also have two specialty care offices for asthma, allergy and immunology and pediatric endocrinology.

For more information about Pediatric Alliance, visit www.pediatricalliance.com.

Pediatric Alliance
Presbyterian SeniorCare

Presbyterian SeniorCare is a Christ-centered network of communities and services committed to excellence in enhancing the quality of life of older adults. Presbyterian SeniorCare is a not-for-profit, faith-based network of living and care options. Its 1,500 employees are privileged to serve the needs of more than 6,500 older adults each year in ten western Pennsylvania counties.

For more information about Presbyterian SeniorCare, visit http://www.srcare.org/ .

Presbyterian SeniorCare
St. Clair Hospital

St. Clair Hospital is a 329-bed independent, acute care facility that provides advanced, high-quality health care to more than 400,000 residents of southwestern Pennsylvania. With 525 physicians and more than 2,000 employees, St. Clair Hospital is the largest employer in Pittsburgh’s South Hills.

For more information about St. Clair Hospital, visit www.stclair.org .

St. Clair Hospital
Washington Health System Washington Hospital

Washington Health System Washington Hospital is a voluntary, not-for-profit community hospital serving Washington, Pa., and its surrounding communities since 1897. Located in Washington with multiple outpatient sites throughout Washington and Greene counties, the hospital has 260 beds in addition to a 16-bassinet nursery and an eight-bed residential hospice. The hospital’s medical staff includes more than 350 primary care and specialty physicians providing a full range of medical and surgical care.

Washington Health System Washington Hospital offers a full range of services, including the Heart, Lung & Vascular Center, Center for Orthopedics & Neurosciences, women’s health care, 24-hour emergency care, medical/surgical care, critical care, comprehensive hospice care, and outpatient diagnostic and treatment services. Specialty services include the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center, the region’s premier medical fitness facility; the Wound & Skin Healing Center, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy; the UPMC & The Washington Hospital Cancer Center; Strabane Woods of Washington, an assisted living facility; Strabane Trails of Washington, an independent living facility; Donnell House, the region’s only residential hospice; and the Ruth York Morgan Health Education Learning Place, a health information resource center at the hospital.

For more information about Washington Health System Washington Hospital, visit www.washingtonhospital.org.

Washington Health System Washington Hospital
UPMC

UPMC is a $10 billion global health enterprise with more than 55,000 employees headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., and is transforming health care by integrating more than 20 hospitals, 400 doctors’ offices and outpatient sites, a health insurance services division, and international and commercial services. Affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences, UPMC is redefining health care by using innovative science, technology, and medicine to invent new models of accountable, cost-efficient, and patient-centered care.

For more information on how UPMC is taking medicine from where it is to where it needs to be, go to UPMC.com.

UPMC
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