Allegheny Health Network’s Bethel Park outpatient center breaks groundPublished Jun 9, 2014 at 10:44 am (Updated Jun 9, 2014 at 10:44 am)
Bethel Park outpatient center breaks ground
Since the formation of Allegheny Health Network one year ago, Highmark has been committed to keeping care in the community by providing patients with a full spectrum of healthcare services in convenient, close to home settings. As a result of this commitment, residents of Bethel Park and its neighboring communities in southern Allegheny County will have access to expanded outpatient surgical services at Jefferson Hospital’s Bethel Park Campus. The administration and board of directors of Highmark, Allegheny Health Network and Jefferson Hospital, as well as local community leaders broke ground for a $17 million outpatient surgery addition to Allegheny Health Network’s Bethel Park Health + Wellness Pavilion on June 5. The facility is slated to be completed in spring of 2015, according to Albert Ragan, vice president, Diagnostic Services and Business Development, Jefferson Hospital.
Courtesy Allegheny Health Network
Breaking ground for the new Bethel Park campus are Louis Astorino, David Heaton, John Dempster, Charles Modispacher, John Echement, James Cooper, Louise Urban, David Holmberg, Albert Ragan, Sue Means, Bethel Park Mayor Jack Allen, Natalie Furlong, Gregory Harbaugh,John Paul and Richard Talarico.