Meadville Medical Center


 

Meadville Medical Center (MMC) is an outstanding community hospital located in Meadville, Pennsylvania.  

The MMC continually works to meet the community's needs by maintaining up-to-date and state-of-the-art facilities.  We are a leader in healthcare in northwestern Pennsylvania, with the newest technology, including the latest generation of ultrasound, CT and MRI technology.  Our medical staff of more than 100 consists of 37 medical/surgical specialties, with an extensive primary care foundation. 

With a service area covering 75,000 individuals in Crawford County as well as an additional 150,000 persons from northwestern Pennsylvania, the MMC has annual inpatient admissions of approximately 9,100 and more than 139,000 outpatient visits.  The Emergency Department alone reports 32,325 visits yearly and approximately 650 babies are born here each year.

Non-Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of Meadville Medical Center and its subsidiaries to comply with the provisions of the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,  to the end that no person shall, on the grounds of age, sex,  race, color, religious creed, ancestry, disability/handicap, national origin, ability to pay or because a patient is covered by a program such as Medicaid or Medicare, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in the provisions of any care or service.  This non-discrimination policy applies to patients, visitors, physicians and staff.

Patient Rights

Meadville Medical Center provides medical care without regard to gender, race, color, religion, sexual preference, income, education, nationality, ancestry, or who will pay your bill.  As our patient, you have the right to safe, respectful, and dignified care at all times.  You will receive services and care that are medically suggested and within the hospital's services, its stated mission, and required law and regulation.

Because We Care





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Stroke time is brain time!

Acting F.A.S.T. to seek lifesaving treatment can save lives. Look for these signs of a STROKE.

Face Does the face look uneven? Ask the person to smile.

Arm Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift down?

Speech Does their speech sound strange? Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase.

Time If you observe any of these symptoms, call 911 immediately.

Time is critical, so it is important to know stroke symptoms in order to seek immediate medical treatment that can save lives and reduce disabilities.

Click here for the
Stroke Awareness brochure
 

 

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