UPMC Cole is a progressive, rural, non-profit Joint Commission accredited healthcare system serving 6 counties in north central PA and south central NY. The system consists of: Cole Memorial Medical Group and Clinics, Home Health and Hospice, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation, Patterson Cancer Care Center, and Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital.
Join one other physician, a CNM and Women’s Health NP in this busy practice. Approximately 250 deliveries annually with flexible Monday-Friday clinic hours.
UPMC Cole is a modern facility located on a large, well-maintained campus, and represents the majority of medical and surgical specialties. There are 44 long-term care beds on campus, 4 newly built or renovated ORs, 10 OB suites, a 6-bed ICU, and newly-constructed, 8-bed ED. All major diagnostic services are provided. The service area includes 55,000 people in six counties. Given the remoteness of the hospital, the nearest competition is 50 miles away in any direction. The hospital has transfer arrangements with multiple facilities that are a 30-40 minute helicopter trip away.
Hospital Location: Coudersport, Pennsylvania, county seat of Potter County, is located in the northcentral area of the state only 100 miles south of Buffalo, New York. With a population of 3,500, Coudersport offers the charm of small town living with access to city amenities just a few hours away. Coudersport's residents enjoy year-round recreation with many opportunities for outdoor activities. Big game hunting for deer, bear, and wild turkey is a large attraction, and 700 miles of trout streams within the county give fisherman bountiful opportunities. Other activities available for area residents include hiking, boating, golfing, and swimming.
As a designated Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA), qualified primary care candidates may be eligible for the Pennsylvania Primary Health Care Practitioner Loan Repayment Program.