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Allegheny Health Network Fast Facts

Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is an integrated health system dedicated to providing exceptional care to people in our communities. Our patient-centered approach to care means a greater focus on coordinated health and wellness services, as well as being accountable and responsive to patients from start to finish.


  • Formed in 2013
  • Serves 29 Pennsylvania counties and portions of New York, Ohio, and West Virginia
  • $3.3B in annual revenue
  • 120,000+ annual discharges and observations
  • 1.32M annual outpatient registrations
  • 280,000 annual emergency visits
  • 7,700+ annual births

Integrated healthcare

  • 8 hospitals with 2,200+ beds
  • 6 surgery centers
  • 5 Health + Wellness Pavilions
  • 2,800 employed/aligned physicians, residents, and fellows
  • 21,000 employees
  • 250+ locations for care
  • 11 residency programs
  • 17 fellowship programs

AHN diversified services

  • Home medical equipment, home health services, and home infusion therapy
  • Group purchasing organization and distribution center
  • Hospice

Academic/Clinical affiliations & programs

  • Drexel University College of Medicine
  • Temple University School of Medicine
  • Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Allegheny Health Network Research Institute
  • Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
  • Disruptive Health Technology Institute, with Carnegie Mellon University
  • STAR Center – Simulations, Teaching, and Academic Research
  • West Penn School of Nursing
  • Citizens School of Nursing

Our Specialties

At Allegheny Health Network (AHN), we provide comprehensive, patient-centered care for a broad spectrum of conditions and treatments.

Our locations

When you or your family seeks medical care, you don’t have to travel far. From hospitals, to outpatient centers, to diagnostic facilities, we are committed to caring for you within your community throughout Western Pennsylvania.

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