Excela Frick Hospital
508 South Church Street, Mount Pleasant, Pa. 15666
Main number: 724-547-1500
At the start of the 20th century, the wheels of progress were turning for the community of Mount Pleasant. With the help of a donation bequeathed by a former resident, a charter for a dispensary was granted and later that same year, in September 1902, a hospital charter was approved. Today, Frick Hospital, a 102 licensed bed hospital, stands proud offering general acute care services, surgical services, a sleep center, rehabilitation services, outpatient services and more. Beyond that, the hospital is staffed with highly trained, home grown professionals; friends taking care of friends and neighbors with all the understanding and compassion shared experience fosters.
Other Frick services include women’s care services, providing a range of breast health services and bone density scanning, as well as an Outpatient Services Center featuring a centralized outpatient registration area with quick, convenient patient registration surrounded by a variety of outpatient testing areas and services, drawing together nuclear medicine, pulmonary function lab, stress lab, EKG, EEG, echocardiography, x-ray, ultrasound and mammography for “one-stop shopping.”
Always an object of community pride and community life, Frick Hospital also boasts a nationally recognized emergency department staffed with board certified emergency medicine physicians. Serving southern Westmoreland and northern Fayette counties, Frick Hospital also offers enhanced surgical services and new, state-of-the-art cardiac rehabilitation.
Jacob’s Creek Area Faith in Action found a new home at Frick Hospital, which is one of four sites in Westmoreland County. The group provides volunteer companionship and assistance to help older adults remain in their homes independently and healthfully. Headquartered at Frick Hospital, the Lifeline® Personal Emergency Response program offers an easy-to-use, personal response service available through Excela Health hospitals.
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