UPMC St. Margaret & UPMC Natrona Heights Hospital

UPMC St. Margaret radiology provides cutting-edge imaging services in a community setting. The newly redesigned and remodeled facility includes a new CT suite, with 8, 16, and 64-slice CT scanners; and an MR suite, with three new 1.5T MR scanners, including a Siemens Espree 1.5T wide bore system. A state-of-the-art interventional suite equipped with two new GE Innova 4100 systems provides high-resolution imaging and exceptional peripheral vascular capabilities, as well as the latest in 3-D imaging software. The expansion and remodeling, completed in 2006, was in response to the growing patient demand at this thriving suburban hospital. Currently, the dedicated team of on-site radiologists perform more than 156,000 procedures annually. The radiology department is equipped with UPMC’s state-of-the-art PACS (Philips’ iSite).

UPMC St. Margaret is a 250-bed acute care teaching and community hospital situated on a 21-acre campus near Aspinwall, a desirable Pittsburgh suburb. St. Margaret officially merged with UPMC in 1997 and serves more than 250,000 residents in Pittsburgh’s northern and eastern suburbs. UPMC St. Margaret is known regionally for its expertise in arthritis, bariatric surgery, gerontology, orthopedics, and family medicine.

The hospital’s campus includes two medical office buildings with capacity for more than 100 physicians, as well as a cardiac rehabilitation and sports medicine center. In addition, the campus houses St. Margaret School of Nursing and UPMC St. Margaret School of Practical Nursing.

Natrona Heights, the UPMC St. Margaret-affiliated outpatient imaging center, offers CT, MR and diagnostic x-ray services. To learn more visit St. Margaret

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