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Before Your Stay at UPMC Horizon

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Free parking is available to patients and visitors at both the Greenville and Shenango Valley campuses.

Greenville campus

Visitor parking is available in the west parking lot on North Main Street west of the designated Outpatient Center parking lot. Parking is also available in the lower east lot at the rear of the hospital, off Leech Road, from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. every day.

Shenango Valley campus

The visitor parking lot is located at the front of the hospital. Please enter through the main lobby from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and through the Emergency Department from 8:30 p.m. to 6 a.m.
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If you are coming to the hospital for an inpatient stay, please report to the Emergency Department and bring your insurance card and claim forms if they are necessary. If you are admitted under an emergency, a designated friend or relative may be asked to provide the necessary information.

Same Day Surgery

The Same Day Surgery Unit provides surgical and diagnostic procedures on an outpatient or ambulatory basis. Same Day Services/Short Procedure Unit patients are admitted as outpatients to UPMC Horizon, have surgery or other special procedures, and are discharged on the same day.
  • Pre-admission testing
    You may be requested to complete laboratory studies or other tests in preparation. Your doctor will let you know when you should get any tests done and any special instructions that you will need to follow.
  • Preparing for the hospital
    If you are scheduled for Same Day Surgery, you are already preregistered, and should report to the appropriate registration location in the hospital on the day of the procedure.

    Reminders for Same Day Surgery patients:
    • Wear loose-fitting clothes that can be easily folded. A patient gown will be provided to you.
    • Do not wear makeup, nail polish, or jewelry.
    • Do not bring valuables with you.
    • Bring a list of medications, or if requested, bring the medications that you take regularly with you.
    • Bring a lens case if you wear contact lenses.
    • Bring a copy of your Advance Directive or Living Will (if you have one) to the hospital.
    • Follow any instructions regarding food, drink, and medication, as it may be important for the administration of anesthesia.