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Living in our area

From the rolling hills of south-central Pennsylvania to the scenic and suburban landscapes of northeast Pennsylvania, our regions offer a variety of scenery and activities:
  • Mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, skiing and boating
  • Large and small colleges and universities
  • Orchestral and choral music, concert venues, drama and other cultural events
  • Fine dining as well as cafés, coffee houses and ethnic restaurants
  • Quaint towns, local festivals, antiques and boutique shopping
  • Good schools, safe neighborhoods and quiet streets
  • Affordable, upscale housing
  • Reasonable commutes to Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, D.C.

Learn more about the regions our Geisinger family calls home and explore their geographical locations:


Susquehanna River Valley

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With picturesque scenery, exceptionally high quality of life and a low cost of living, the Susquehanna River Valley offers a wide variety of outdoor activities. It’s also home to Geisinger’s central region, which includes Danville. 

Northeast Pennsylvania

A choice of serene, rural or suburban areas is within easy commuting distance of northeast Pennsylvania’s two larger cities — Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.

Central Pennsylvania

state college
This peaceful, four-county area is home to Geisinger’s western region and includes Big Valley, Centre County and the Juniata River Valley. Perfect for adventure seekers and outdoor lovers alike, the region offers a rural backdrop, picturesque landscapes and the beloved college town of Penn State, which is filled with restaurants and shops. 

Harrisburg region

Welcome to Geisinger’s south-central region, where rolling hills and rich farmland surrounds Harrisburg, the state capital and Pennsylvania’s 10th largest city.