To best protect patients and staff, all UPMC hospitals have now implemented a COVID-19 screening questionnaire that must be completed by any persons entering the facility, including patients, visitors meeting guidelines, employees, and essential vendors.
UPMC is committed to doing everything within our power to ensure a safe environment for our patients and staff.
For the safety of patients and staff, and to lower their likelihood of exposure to any illness including COVID-19, effective today UPMC facilities in the Susquehanna region have updated visitation restrictions at facilities across the region.
Beginning Monday, March 23, UPMC in the Susquehanna region will begin directing patients who received physician consultation and referral for symptoms consistent with COVID-19 to an outpatient specimen collection site at 609 Brandon Ave., Williamsport.
In order to proactively respond to COVID-19, we have restricted access and implemented visitor screenings at all UPMC hospitals in the Susquehanna region.
Given the ongoing global concerns around coronavirus, UPMC in the Susquehanna region is doing our part to keep the entire community safe and to contribute to the management of this growing public health crisis.
For the safety of patients and staff, and to lower their likelihood of exposure to any illness including COVID-19, UPMC facilities in the Susquehanna region are temporarily limiting visitors and restricting volunteers at facilities across the region.
UPMC Cole’s Patterson Cancer Center will integrate with world-renown UPMC Hillman Cancer Center this fall, to connect local cancer patients with the combined expertise of Hillman’s leading doctors, researchers, and specialty treatments.
UPMC recently acquired Albright Footcare Centers in Lewisburg and Berwick. Founded in 1965, Albright Footcare Centers is family-operated by father and son physicians, John Albright, DPM, and Thomas Albright, DPM.
Nursing students at Lock Haven University now have the option to observe and serve alongside nurses at Haven Place on the campus of UPMC Lock Haven as part of their clinical education rotations.
March is National Nutrition Month, consider the following information to help you lead a healthy lifestyle, bite by bite.
Colonoscopy is the most effective and most common type of screening. Unlike other cancer screenings which can only detect a problem, screening with colonoscopy can prevent colon cancer by allowing doctors to detect and remove precancerous polyps.