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LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Another milestone has been reached in the effort to make better health easier for residents in Clinton County. The final steel beam was recently hoisted into place at the Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven construction site. 

Geisinger employees from the Lock Haven area had the opportunity to sign their name on the beam beforehand. In front of a small gathering of employees, construction crews set the beam on July 2. Construction at the site has been moving along since early spring with the two-story medical clinic remaining on track to open in early 2021.

Located at Spring and West Fourth streets in Lock Haven, the building is part of the clinical joint venture between Geisinger and Highmark Health. It’s part of a combined $100 million investment the two organizations are making to improve existing clinical facilities, develop new ones, expand services and improve access to care across the region.

When complete, the medical clinic will offer a walk-in urgent care center, pharmacy, adult and pediatric primary care offices and imaging and lab services. It will also house physical and occupational therapy and a specialty clinic with dermatology, cardiology, gastroenterology, surgery and women’s health services. 

Construction at the site is being done in accordance with the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s order for the construction industry to adhere to appropriate business safety measures.  This includes protocols for proper physical distancing, use of face coverings, limiting the number of employees at a site, and personal and job site cleaning protocols.

About Geisinger

Geisinger is committed to making better health easier for the more than 1.5 million consumers it serves. Founded more than 100 years ago by Abigail Geisinger, the system now includes 13 hospital campuses, a 600,000-member health plan, two research centers and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. With 32,000 employees and 1,800 employed physicians, Geisinger boosts its hometown economies in Pennsylvania and New Jersey by billions of dollars annually. For more information, visit www.geisinger.org, or connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Steel beam being hoisted into place at Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven.
Construction crews hoist the final steel beam into place at the Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven site. The building is on track for early 2021 completion and is part of a clinical joint venture between Geisinger and Highmark Health to expand access to care to residents in Clinton County.
Construction workers set the final steel beam into place at Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven.
Two construction workers set the final steel beam into place at the Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven site. Part of a joint venture between Geisinger and Highmark Health, the new space will help to expand services and care to residents in Clinton County. 
Medical staff from Geisinger Lock Haven gather at the steel beam they signed at the Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven construction site.
Members of Geisinger Lock Haven gathered to sign their names and watch the final steel beam be set into place at the Geisinger Medical Clinic Lock Haven site. Pictured with the beam, from left to right, Amit Mehta, M.D.; Julie Heverly, PA-C; Chelsi Kremser, PA-C; Charles Ackley, M.D.; Praful Bhatt, M.D.; Eddie Rodriguez-Lopez, M.D.; James Young, M.D.; and Renee Miller, practice manager.

For media inquires:

Marc Stempka
Media Specialist
Marketing & Communications

570-214-3091
mstempka@geisinger.edu