Excela Latrobe Hospital
One Mellon Way, Latrobe, Pa. 15650
Main number: 724-537-1000
In Latrobe, practicing physicians traveled by horse-drawn buggy at all hours of the day and night, through all types of weather conditions to reach the bedside of stricken patients, blazing the way for a local hospital to be built. That was 1907.
Today, this 188 licensed bed hospital offers a special blend of concern and compassion, creating a unique experience for patients in Latrobe Hospital, serving the eastern portion of Westmoreland County and southern Indiana County. Compassionate, expert and high quality care are the traits most profoundly embodied by our physicians, nurses, and all health care professionals, inspiring trust and confidence in a lifelong relationship with our hospital.
Our Neuroscience Center is unique in the region and addresses those with neuromuscular conditions and houses EPIC Rehab - Excela Physical Improvement Center including physical, occupational and speech therapies. Children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems receive counseling, medication and other therapies through Behavioral Health Services. The 10-bed, short term inpatient service at Latrobe is part of the system’s behavioral health program. The Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program at Latrobe Hospital continues to be accredited with commendation by the American College of Surgeons, recognizing the multidisciplinary approach, medical staff, qualifications and medical research. Only 1,430 programs are recognized in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, representing 25 percent of all hospitals. The Arnold Palmer Pavilion, for outpatient cancer treatment and a joint venture between Excela Health and UPMC CancerCenters is located in the nearby Mountain View section of Greensburg.
We also offer extensive imaging services, cardiac rehabilitation, and lab services, as well as the Excela Advanced Sleep Center, endocrine clinic, and wellness programs. Outpatient surgery, including minimally invasive surgery, and short procedure suites are here as is the da Vinci Surgical System used for robot-assisted surgeries. Latrobe is also home to the family medicine residency program, affiliated with Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.
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