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Alive & Well: Colon Health and Colonoscopy- A Guide to Digestive Health

Thursday, June 26
5:30 p.m.
UPMC McKeesport
Kelly Conference Center
 
Sudhir Narla, MD, medical director, UPMC McKeesport Center for Digestive Health, will discuss the importance of scheduling a colonoscopy screening at age fifty.
 
Learn how knowing your family history and early detection can help save lives and prevent colon cancer. Dr. Narla will discuss how to prepare for the screening, the procedure, and any side effects.
 
Parking is free in the Painter parking lot. Seating is limited and registration is required. To RSVP, call 412-412-664-2306 by Monday, June 23.
 

» Learn more about this upcoming Alive & Well event at UPMC McKeesport(PDF).

Service Spotlight

Orthopaedic Surgery  

Our team at UPMC McKeesport has extensive medical training and years of experience in patient care. We offer general orthopaedic treatment and services in areas such as back/spine pain (cervical and lumbar), foot and ankle problems, fractures, hip and knee replacements, joint problems, shoulder reconstruction or replacement, sports injuries, and trauma to the spine, legs, arms, and neck.
 
For more information, or to make an appointment with one of our experts, call 412-664-3030.
 

Community Health Needs Assessment

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

» View the UPMC McKeesport CHNA

Read the UPMC McKeesport CHNA 

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