UPMC Susquehanna’s Spirit of Women program invites women to gather their friends and attend Girls’ Night Out, an annual Spirit of Women signature event, Thursday, Oct. 24 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport.
One size fits all guidelines for breast cancer screenings are no longer the default as medical experts look to provide a personalized approach based on an individual’s risk factors. Nobody knows your body better than you.
Six UPMC Susquehanna nurses were recently recognized as recipients of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes Darshan Lal, MD, neurologist to the Neuroscience Center.
Mental illness affects everyone, either directly or indirectly. You may know a family member, friend, or coworker that has or is dealing with mental illness. It is important to discuss mental health conditions to help stop the stigma.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes Raymond Resnick, MD, interventional cardiologist to the cardiology team.
Susquehanna Health Medical Group clinicians at UPMC Susquehanna were recently recognized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for performing at the highest level compared to their peers.
If you, or someone you love, has been diagnosed with liver disease, you can now access the world-class expertise of the UPMC Liver Transplant Program in your own backyard.
Whether you’re just starting out your nursing career or have been in the field for years, UPMC Susquehanna is looking for individuals ranging from LPNs to clinicians, to join our team of talented clinical staff.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 20 million American adults and six million children experience seasonal allergies every year. The only way to be sure if your symptoms are an allergy is to get tested.
Car dealerships throughout northcentral Pennsylvania are teaming up with Susquehanna Health Foundation for Drive for a Cause during the month of October.
Proper screening is important for detecting cancer early – when it is most likely to be curable. According to the American College of Radiology, mammography has helped reduce breast cancer deaths by nearly 40% since 1990.