Giving to UPMC Bedford Memorial

The Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation

The Memorial Hospital of Bedford County (MHBC) Foundation was formed as a result of the merger between UPMC Bedford Memorial (formerly Memorial Hospital of Bedford County) and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Funding for the foundation was provided by both parties. The foundation is a means of keeping certain funds in the community to be used for the community good.

The MHBC Foundation consists of the current members of the UPMC Bedford Memorial Board of Directors and hospital representatives. Private donations are accepted by the foundation.

Send donations to:

  • MHBC Foundation
    UPMC Bedford Memorial

    10455 Lincoln Highway
    Everett, PA 15637

UPMC Bedford Memorial deeply appreciates donations it receives from the general public in support of a variety of programs and services. For additional information about opportunities to give to UPMC Bedford Memorial please contact the Medical and Health Sciences Foundation.

  • Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
    Forbes Tower, Suite 8084
    3600 Forbes Ave. & Meyran Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    412-647-3048

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UPMC Bedford Memorial
10455 Lincoln Highway
Everett, PA 15537

814-623-6161

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