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Geisinger Medical Center

Interventional Pain Center
115 Woodbine Lane
Danville, PA 17822

Pain Management at Geisinger

John Jin Han, MD, Director, Interventional Pain Management, describes the services and patient process at the Interventional Pain Center at Geisinger Woodbine in Danville.

Geisinger's Interventional Pain Center at Woodbine is located between the Outpatient Surgery Center and the Dermatology Clinic in the Woodbine Outpatient Building. The new Interventional Pain Center has a comfortable yet modern waiting room and the Woodbine Outpatient Building's lobby has a tranquil water fountain and food court. Convenient parking is also available. This patient-friendly and state-of-the-art facility presents the newest technology, excellent accessibility and convenience that is unmatched. The Interventional Pain Center's spacious (16,000 sq. ft.) floorplan is strictly designed with patients in mind, and consists of four fluoroscopically-equipped procedure rooms supported by 19 exam rooms and 19 recovery rooms.

Here, there are multi-disciplinary services available to patients, if needed, including rehabilitation medicine, behavioral medicine, orthopaedic spine surgery and neurosurgical spine surgery. Patients can be examined and consulted by nurses, behavior therapists, physician assistants, sub-specialty physicians and pain management physicians, all in one location.

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Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre

Interventional Pain Center
25 Church Street
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18765

The Interventional Pain Center at Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre (GSWB) is a state-of-the art center located on the second floor of GSWB Outpatient Tower. The center is designed as a self-contained unit that features bright floors, soft wood-grain paneled walls and warm blue and tan color tones, two procedure rooms, seven exam rooms, and a six-bay recovery room.

The new facility offers excellent accessibility and allows the pain specialists the ability to perform a pain procedure on the patient's initial visit, if appropriate. Most pain clinics schedule their initial procedures separately from the initial visit which means a longer waiting time for the patients who need the procedure for pain relief.