Why Geisinger Medical Center?
When you need comprehensive healthcare services, close to home, delivered by professionals who combine world-class services with a human touch, Geisinger Medical Center (GMC) is here for you.
Geisinger Medical Center is more than a hospital. It is central Pennsylvania’s most complete healthcare system, offering many services that are not available anywhere else locally. With more than 2,000 healthcare professionals, GMC is the right choice when you need specialized, personalized care.
Designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, Geisinger Medical Center is able to provide the highest level of care for patients suffering a stroke. As the only Comprehensive Stroke Center in the region, we are able to treat the most severe and the rarest stroke events any time of the day or night.
Geisinger Medical Center is central Pennsylvania’s only Level I Trauma Center. This means we are ready to treat any kind of traumatic injury. We provide round-the-clock complex critical care for patients suffering from life-threatening injuries. When accidents happen, our pediatric emergency room provides care tailored to meet your child or teen’s unique needs.
With many nationally recognized, award-winning specialty areas and modern facilities, we offer virtually every type of care you and your family will ever need. Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital, located on the GMC campus, is region’s only children’s hospital, providing the highest level of pediatric care across more than 30 specialties and subspecialties.
Perhaps just as importantly, we know great healthcare begins with listening to you. At GMC, we always remember that the word healthcare has two equally important parts.
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Geisinger Medical Center has been named among the best hospitals for pulmonology and lung surgery, colon cancer surgery, maternity care, abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, and treatment of COPD, heart failure, heart attack, kidney failure and stroke by U.S. News & World Report.