Community Health Needs Assessment

Read the UPMC St. Margaret CHNA 

UPMC St. Margaret 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.

UPMC St. Margaret

About UPMC St. Margaret

UPMC St. Margaret is a 249-bed acute care and teaching hospital situated on a 21-acre campus near Aspinwall. It begins its second century of service with renewed dedication to more than 250,000 residents of northeastern Allegheny County and the Alle-Kiski Valley, providing residents convenient access to the area’s finest physicians and health services.

UPMC St. Margaret is a Magnet® designated hospital. Magnet status is the highest international recognition for nursing excellence and leadership.

At UPMC St. Margaret, our primary care and specialty physicians, and clinical and support staff members, work together to provide patients with quality care and the latest technical and medical advances. The hospital also offers:

Other UPMC St. Margaret facilities include:

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