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Cole Memorial has been teaming up with UPMC Hamot to provide quality care in neurology, cardiology and telemedicine for patients in our communities.
With over 60 primary care, internal medicine and specialty providers at 12 locations, we offer a continuum of patient-centered care to meet the healthcare needs of you and your family.
We're your Champion team! Athlete or not, our team provides the very best, comprehensive care for patients of all ages and levels of activity.
The Cole Memorial family is committed to providing a comprehensive range of health care services, using the latest technology and treatments available. Our services include prevention and wellness, diagnosis, inpatient and outpatient treatment, rehabilitation, home health care and education. Whether you are a patient at the hospital or one of our many rural health centers, a visitor, attending a community education program or working out at one of our wellness centers, we consider it a privilege to serve you.
Because emergencies are real...We expanded and improved our emergency department to better serve you.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the country is now experiencing an epidemic of influenza-like-illness (ILI). Since September 28, when the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PADOH) began monitoring the level of influenza (flu) activity, their data confirmed that recent widespread outbreaks have occurred in at least half the state's regions.
Cole Memorial's Women's Health Center supports the health care needs of women at every stage of life.
See why Cole Memorial in NW PA & WNY is a nationally recognized, award-winning health care team that cares for your whole family!
The Light Up A Life event offers a unique and meaningful way to express your appreciation for those you love and cherish. We invite you to make a contribution to add a light in honor or rememberance of a loved one and join us for a special tree lighting ceremony on Thursday, December 3 at 5:30 p.m. in Cole Memorial's Irwin Medical Arts Center.