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UPMC Outpatient Center Opens in McElhattan

by UPMC Susquehanna

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Representatives from UPMC Susquehanna and the Clinton County Commissioners recently toured the new UPMC Outpatient Center in McElhattan. The facility opened to patients on Jan. 2, 2018 and offers expanded health care services in Clinton County.

Accessed from exit 116 of PA Route 220, this location will provide convenient access to outpatient health care services for residents of Clinton County and the surrounding areas. The newly renovated facility features over 17,000 square feet with 26 exam rooms and four procedure rooms. Services offered at the facility include primary care, urology, and general surgery. New specialty services at the clinic include orthopedics and walk-in hours for laboratory and radiology.

“This facility complements our increased focus on serving the residents of Clinton County and provides residents with more health care services in a convenient and beautiful, new location,” says Ron Reynolds, Vice President of Clinton County Operations for UPMC Susquehanna. “Physicians, providers, and staff are excited about the larger office space and state-of-the-art workspaces and equipment designed to provide the best patient experience possible.”

Reynolds added, “We are working with the local businesses that are currently tenants at the site and in the surrounding area on how we can best meet their needs as well.”

The clinic is located at 1 Outlet Lane, Suite 400, Lock Haven. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. The clinic is closed on Sunday.

To schedule an appointment, call 570-769-1300

For more information, visit UPMCSusquehanna.org/McElhattan.

Commissioners and Reps
Pictured from left: Steve Johnson, President of UPMC Susquehanna; Clinton County Commissioners Pete Smeltz and Paul Conklin; Krysta Wagner, Executive Director Primary Care Services at UPMC Susquehanna; and Ron Reynolds, Vice President of Clinton County Operations for UPMC Susquehanna. Clinton County Commissioner Jeffrey Snyder is recovering from a surgery and was unable to attend the tour.