UPMC Susquehanna hospitals have 342 licensed acute beds, 22 bassinets, 31 licensed psychiatric beds and 258 skilled nursing beds.
Emergency departments at UPMC Susquehanna see over 79,000 patients a year.
OB/GYN delivers over 1,500 babies a year.
UPMC Susquehanna admits over 14,400 inpatients a year.
Outpatient services treat over 505,000 patients a year.
Home Care & Hospice makes over 101,000 patient visits a year.
UPMC Susquehanna's service area includes Lycoming, Tioga, Bradford, Clinton, Montour, Northumberland, Sullivan, Union, Centre, Columbia, Snyder, and Potter Counties.
UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven earned The Joint Commission’sGold Seal of Approval® for Nursing Care Center Accreditation Post-Acute Care and Memory Care Certifications by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient and resident care. (November 2017)
UPMC Susquehanna was recognized with the Gold Well Workplace Award from WELCOA (Wellness Council of America). The recognition was awarded to UPMC Susquehanna’s employee health & wellness department for successfully building comprehensive worksite wellness initiatives and demonstrating and documenting concrete outcomes. UPMC Susquehanna was the only Gold Award recipient in Pennsylvania. (November 2017)
Laboratories at UPMC Susquehanna’s Williamsport Regional Medical Center and Muncy Valley Hospital received accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP)’s Accreditation Program. Williamsport Regional Medical Center and Muncy Valley Hospital laboratories, as well as Divine Providence Hospital and Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital laboratories, are all part of a network of more than 7,700 CAP-accredited medical facilities worldwide. (October 2017)
UPMC Susquehanna’s medical group was named 2016 Acclaim Award Honoree by AMGA. The award recognizes and celebrates the successes that medical groups and other organized systems of care have achieved in improving the value – the quality and cost of care – of the health care services provided within their communities. (November 2016)
Susquehanna Health has again been recognized as one of the nation’s Most Wired medical facilities, according to the 2016 Most Wired Survey by Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN), published in the July issue of the American Hospital Association’s Hospitals & Health Networks magazine. (July 2016)
Getting to Know Lycoming & Tioga Counties
A mecca for fine food, outdoor activities, and the arts, we are located in the heart of the central PA mountains. The benefits of the big city meets small-town family values merges to create a place we can only describe as "home-sweet-home." At the heart of Lycoming County is Williamsport, which was recently described as undergoing an "absolute metamorphosis."
To the north, Tioga County offers friendly, small town charm. Enjoy life's simple pleasures and a lower cost of living amid its beautiful mountains and picturesque landscape. Enjoy a rich arts scene, local farmers' markets, main street shopping, dynamic outdoor, scholastic and athletic programming, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon's breath-taking views and famous festivals like Wellsboro's Laurel Fest and Dickens of a Christmas.
Take a moment to learn more about where to live and what to do in Williamsport, PA and the surrounding areas.
Our Mission is to extend God’s healing love by providing outstanding patient care and shaping tomorrow’s health care through clinical and technological innovation and education.
Our Vision To create an integrated community health system that delivers world class care.
Our Values are to carefully place our patients and their families first, share ownership with all caregivers and lead with a servant’s heart.