On Tuesday, Feb. 23, representatives from UPMC, Susquehanna Regional EMS, and the PPL Foundation unveiled UPMC’s Special Response Vehicle, a new resource for emergency response in northcentral Pennsylvania.
The pandemic has caused additional concerns for women who are pregnant, have recently delivered a baby, or are breast-feeding. While there’s a lot of information out there, it’s important to understand how to determine fact from myth.
The pandemic redefined the workplace with many people now working from home. While we’ve learned how to adapt to this new norm, some of our adaptations may be the source of some new aches and pains.
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), an innovative, minimally invasive procedure was developed to provide an option for high-risk patients. Due to careful research and its successes over the years, it is now an option for high risk patients.
Environmental services staff, such as housekeepers, spend most of their time on patient care units at UPMC Muncy and Muncy Place, part of UPMC Senior Communities.
On Thursday, Feb. 11, celebrating a new milestone in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, UPMC began a targeted rollout of vaccinations to community members aged 85 and up in northcentral Pennsylvania.
If you experience fatigue during or after cancer treatment, you are not alone.
A woman’s body goes through many changes during pregnancy. Many of them are obvious like the belly bump, but some are more subtle or hidden like how pregnancy affects the heart and blood vessels.
UPMC now offers pediatric scoliosis therapy at UPMC Pediatric Rehabilitation, 625 Edwin St., Williamsport.
Healthy skin is an essential part of your overall health and wellness, yet most of us take our skin for granted, especially in the winter.
As part of an ongoing partnership supporting the health of communities across the region, the Lycoming County United Way recently donated 500 facemasks to UPMC Muncy Place.
While prescription opioid medication can play an important role in helping manage acute or short-term pain or pain associated with diseases such as cancer, these drugs were never intended to routinely treat chronic or long-term pain.