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Allegheny Health Network

The newly formed Allegheny Health Network is a unified health care system, dedicated to providing people in our communities with access to affordable, exceptional care. We are building upon our hospitals’ rich histories of medical ingenuity and outstanding patient-centered care as we continue to enhance individual wellness and combat disease. At the same time, we are committed to giving you a choice when it comes to selecting and managing your own health care.

Today, through our seven hospitals and 200 primary and specialty care practices, we are well positioned to address every possible medical condition you are facing. And, we address it with the finest expertise, innovative medicine and compassionate care.

At the Allegheny Health Network, you will find that patient care is about putting you first. It’s about teamwork and clinical excellence. And, it’s about affordability. This means we promise to provide you with the right care, within the right setting, and when the time is right for you.

Our dedication to quality medicine and patient safety illustrates that we care as much about our patients as we care about cures. The highly experienced doctors, nurses and other clinical staff at our hospitals continually collaborate with each other about your case and offer you the most appropriate treatments for the best possible outcome. We work closely with you to understand your needs and preferences so that you are the key decision maker in your health care.

We take great pride in our jobs at the Allegheny Health Network. We handle all aspects of your care, so you don’t have to manage on your own. Your health care team coordinates each specialist required for your case, schedules appointments that are convenient for you, and consistently communicates with each other to remain well informed about your treatment and ultimate good health.

Just as important as the actual care we give to you is our commitment to research and groundbreaking technology. The Allegheny Health Network’s hospitals have led the way in medical discoveries that have helped to save lives and set the standards for many advances in medicine. These breakthroughs ensure that you have access to the most cutting-edge procedures, equipment and treatments available today.

Patients may find comfort in knowing that our distinguished clinical programs have been recognized and accredited not just regionally, but also nationally, among the finest medical centers. We have been named one of the country’s best hospitals by U.S. News and World Report, and received accolades from Thomson Reuters and Becker’s Hospital Review, to name a few.

As the recently solidified Allegheny Health Network, we are committed to continuing this trend of acknowledgements through personalized, progressive, safe and timely care that helps to ensure you live a healthy life.

Today, we stand stronger than ever, with even more resources, more doctors and more focused care for each patient who comes through our doors.

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Allegheny Health Network Facts & Stats

Allegheny Health Network Hospitals

Locations
Hospitals: Seven hospitals with 2,400 beds
Primary Care Practices and Specialty Care Centers: 600
Cancer Institute Clinics: 43

Employees
Allegheny Health Network: 16,500

Medical Staff
Physicians: 2,100
Residents and fellows: 500

Nursing Staff
Nurses: 4,850

Patient Volume FY 2012
Admissions: 88,000
Outpatient registrations: 1,138,000
Emergency Room visits: 285,100

Procedures Performed FY 2012
Births: More than 5,000
Cardiac catheterization lab procedures: 14,700
Heart, liver, pancreas, kidney and bone marrow transplants: 168
Neuro-related procedures: 7,825
Oncology visits: More than 125,000
Open heart surgeries: 1,550
Orthopaedic procedures: 21,400
Stroke patients: 11,725
Ventricular assist devices: 30

Research Entity
Allegheny-Singer Research Institute

Research and Service Grant Awards FY 2013
Active and pending clinical trials: 341
Multiyear grants and pending grants: $35 million

Medical School Affiliation
Temple University School of Medicine, Clinical Campus
Drexel University College of Medicine, Regional Campus

Nursing School
West Penn Hospital School of Nursing: 85 students
Citizens School of Nursing at Allegheny Valley Hospital: 159 students

Allegheny General Hospital Allegheny General Hospital
320 East North Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
412.359.3131
Allegheny Valley Hospital Allegheny Valley Hospital
1301 Carlisle St.
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
724.224.5100
Canonsburg Hospital Canonsburg General Hospital
100 Medical Blvd.
Canonsburg, PA 15317
724.745.6100
Forbes Hospital Forbes Regional Hospital
2570 Haymaker Rd.
Monroeville, PA 15146
412.858.2000
Jefferson Regional Medical Center Jefferson Regional Medical Center
565 Coal Valley Rd.
Jefferson Hills, PA 15025
412.469.5000
Saint Vincent Health System Saint Vincent Health System
232 West 25th St.
Erie, PA 16544
814.452.5000
West Penn Hospital The Western Pennsylvania Hospital
4800 Friendship Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
412.578.5000

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