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Wellness Initiatives

Reaching Into The Community

Excela Health offers a wide variety of health-related screenings, educational classes, support groups, a Speaker's Bureau and health fairs to make health care more accessible to the communities it serves.  Through these venues, and others, you have the opportunity to pursue a course of wellness, find needed support, learn about Excela Health capabilities and how we can help, or discover unknown health conditions early on, so treatment can begin quickly while offering the best possible chance for care and cure.

Don't Miss A Beat - Dining Out With CHF-Friendly Meals

Don't let congestive heart failure (CHF) put a damper on your dining out experience.  While you guard your heart, Excela Health has your back, along with the following restaurants, offering a CHF-friendly item with less than 800 mgs of sodium.  Look for our Heart Center logo next to menu items at your favorite restaurants...

  • Atria's Restaurant, Irwin
  • The Boulevard Restaurant, Greensburg/Delmont
  • CafĂ© Supreme, Irwin
  • Chef Dato's Table, Latrobe
  • DeGennaro's Restaurant & Lounge, Greensburg
  • DeNunzio's Italian Restaurants, Jeannette and Latrobe
  • Dino's Sports Lounge, Greensburg and Latrobe
  • The Firepit Wood Fired Grill, North Huntingdon
  • Iceburgh's Bistro, Irwin
  • IHOP, Greensburg and Uniontown
  • Jaffre's Restaurant, Greensburg
  • La Tavola Ristorante, New Stanton
  • Mauro's Ristorante & Lounge, Jeannette
  • Michelle's Lair, Latrobe
  • Old Route 66 Grille, Greensburg
  • The Pier, Latrobe
  • Red Lobster, Greensburg
  • Rizzo's Malabar Inn, Crabtree
  • Sharky's Cafe, latrobe
  • Sun Dawg Cafe, Greensburg

For more information about menu selections at these restaurants, click here.

Putting Some Spring in Your Step

With the weather warming, we look forward to some “outdoor” time and taking in the fresh spring air.  But before you do, there are some health-related issues that may need attention. For those with seasonal allergies, talk with your doctor about starting any medicines before the pollen count rises.  Ticks are prevalent, particularly in Western Pennsylvania, so take precautions: use tick repellant, avoid tall vegetation and do a body “tick check”.  That goes for your pets, too.  To ward off the effects of “cabin fever”, get gardening, walking, cycling or exercising, but start slowly if you’ve been inactive all winter.  If a spring ache or ailment gets you down, a visit to your doctor may be in order. Call 1-877-771-1234 to schedule an appointment.


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