St. Clair Hospital
1000 Bower Hill Rd, Pittsburgh, PA, 15243
1.St. Clair Hospital
1000 Bower Hill Rd
HospitalsPhysicians & Surgeons, Obstetrics And GynecologyOutpatient ServicesMedical Imaging Services
St. Clair Hospital is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art health care facility serving the residents of Southwestern Pennsylvania. St. Clair Hospital's commitment to excellence in clinical performance,
1400 Locust St
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3.Allegheny Cancer Center
320 E North Ave
Surgery CentersHospitalsMammography Centers
Was here for 5 days the staff on the neurologist floor was amazing all the nurses and aides were so pleasant. They came in just to check on you and talk to you. A big thank you to Lena Chris Jenn Elis
3459 5th Ave
HospitalsSleep Disorders-Information & TreatmentPhysical Therapy ClinicsPhysical Therapists
Visit UPMC Montefiore located at 3459 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh. This location is a hospital.
5.Magee Womancare Ctr-Oakland
300 Halket St
Visit Magee Womancare Center - Oakland located at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, Pittsburgh. This location is a Obstetrician-Gynecologist.
6.U PMC Shadyside Medical Group
580 S Aiken Ave
HospitalsClinicsMedical ClinicsMedical Centers
Visit UPMC Dermatology - Shadyside located at Shadyside Place, Suite 201 580 South Aiken Avenue, Pittsburgh. This location is a dermatologist.
7.The Children's Institute
1405 Shady Ave
HospitalsNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityEmergency Care FacilitiesMedical Centers
The Children s Institute is dedicated to providing high quality, effective and efficient care to patients with a range of diagnoses and injuries. Its goal is to enable children and young adults with s
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