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UPMC Hamot 

About UPMC Hamot

The Hamot Hospital Association was founded in Erie, Pa. on Feb. 7, 1881. Hamot opened its doors to the public on July 1, 1881. Today UPMC Hamot is a 433-bed tertiary care facility, regional referral hub and Level II Trauma Center.

Supported by a medical staff of more than 300 active members and nearly 3,000 dedicated employees, UPMC Hamot’s mission is to serve its patients, communities, and one another in the UPMC Hamot tradition of quality, health, healing, and education.
Our superior health care services are continually recognized by notable accrediting bodies. Our organization joined UPMC on February 1, 2011.​

Community Health Needs Assessment

UPMC Hamot has conducted a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Read the 2016 report to learn how the hospital has connected with residents and experts and is improving community health.

» View the 2016 UPMC Hamot CHNA

» View the 2013 UPMC Hamot CHNA

Community Benefit Report

Read the UPMC Community Benefit Report to learn about the benefits UPMC and UPMC Hamot are providing to the greater Erie and Pittsburgh communities.

» View the UPMC Community Benefit Report.

» View the Community Benefits Report for UPMC Hamot (PDF).

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