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New mask policy at AHN facilities

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Surgical-type, N95, or KN95 face masks are now required within all AHN facilities. Cloth face masks are no longer permitted, as they do not provide the best level of protection against Coronavirus.

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Emergency Care

When you need immediate treatment for serious illness or injury, visit one of our AHN emergency departments in the area. If you are having an emergency CALL 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.

Having a health emergency? Don’t delay treatment.

AHN has taken extra safety precautions with our facilities to reduce your risk of Coronavirus — including frequently disinfecting and cleaning, visitor limitations, and separating Coronavirus patients from others. If you’re having a true medical emergency, dial 911 or visit your closest emergency department.

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High-level care when it counts

Receive quality care from certified emergency care nurses and physicians. AHN emergency services include:

• Faster diagnosis and treatment
• LifeFlight emergency helicopters and ambulance ground transportation to renown trauma centers

Do you know where to go?

With Allegheny Health Network, you have options. You can visit a care location that matches the severity of your medical condition to save you both time and money.
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    Express Care


    For minor conditions after normal business hours or when your doctor’s office is closed:

    • Coughs and colds
    • Sore throats
    • Pink eye
    • Earaches
    • Rashes
    • Muscle strains
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    Urgent Care


    For conditions that should be treated within 24 hours, but are not life threatening:

    • Strains and sprains
    • Minor broken bones – like fingers and toes
    • Infections (ear, throat, urinary tract)
    • Seasonal allergies
    • Minor cuts and burns
    • Dizziness
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    Emergency Care


    For life-threatening situations that need immediate medical attention:

    • Chest pain
    • Stroke symptoms
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Uncontrolled bleeding
    • Head Injury
    • Major burns or broken bones
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Wexford's now open

Welcome to a new, state-of-the-art hospital right in the heart of Wexford. From 24/7 emergency care to labor and deliver, get the care you need close to home. Learn more about our doctors, specialists, and advanced technologies now available to Pittsburgh's North Hills communities. 

For Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Providers

With our prehospital care services, we give you the information and resources you require to provide exceptional care to patients.