At Allegheny Health Network (AHN), compassion and innovation meet. We bring together groundbreaking procedures, advanced technology, and the latest research to create new models of care that provide exceptional health care.
We’re focused on creating world-class, affordable health care close to home. In the last year or two, we’ve added more than 20 new facilities across western Pennsylvania. These include five new cancer centers, four neighborhood hospitals, expanded emergency departments at Saint Vincent and Jefferson hospitals, and a fifth Health + Wellness Pavilion.
And, we’ve opened a new 160-bed hospital in Wexford, as well as expanded our facilities at Allegheny General Hospital to house the new AHN Cancer Institute Academic Center.
With more than 200 active construction projects, we’re committed to improving access and quality of our services in the region.
The difference we make in the lives of our patients and their communities is #LivingProof.
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Yasaswi Kislovskiy, MD, MSc, ob-gyn and reproductive infectious disease specialist, Allegheny Health Network, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, discusses the stigma around STDs/STIs and how clinicians can help spread awareness amongst their patients and their community.
Best practices for well woman visits for the adolescent patientMarch 28th 2023
Millicent McCarren, MD, of Allegheny Health Network, sits down with Contemporary OB/GYN® to discuss tips, tricks, and clinical pearls for making sure your adolescent patients are coming in for their routine well woman visits.
AHN Women's Behavioral Health unveils new therapy space for Maternal-Infant Health programFebruary 23rd 2023
Redesigned spaces for perinatal and infant health were created through a unique collaboration with the Children’s Museum and established through a philanthropic gift.
Deep dive in to trauma-informed careNovember 16th 2022
Tracey Vogel, MD, of the Allegheny Health Network, discusses the organization's new Perinatal Trauma-informed Care Clinic, as well as some useful tips for implementing trauma-informed care into your own practice.