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Moses Taylor Hospital

Scranton's Electric City Sign continues to light up the skyline at night! The nickname “The Electric City”, was inherited to commemorate one of the first US cities to become electrified. Scranton was also the first in the US to successfully power electric streetcars. In the heart of Lackawanna County, Scranton has attractions for every season. Here you’ll get the feel of a big city with outdoor adventure around the corner!

Moses Taylor Hospitalis a 214-bed, acute care hospital with more than 400 physicians on staff and a commitment to providing quality health care that is patient- and community-focused. As Lackawanna County's first choice for labor and delivery, Moses Taylor is known for its pediatric and neonatal care and was the first hospital in the nation to earn Perinatal Care Certification by The Joint Commission.

Moses Taylor is a Primary Stroke Center, an accredited Chest Pain Center, and offers advanced endoscopy and navigational bronchoscopy.

Regional Hospital of Scranton

Scranton is a place with amazing history, a vibrant arts scene, outdoor adventures, and a wide variety of delicious ethnic cuisine.  "Every season is Peak Season" with a variety of things to do any time of the year.  There is always something to do and somewhere to go in Lackawanna County.

Regional Hospital of Scranton is a 186-bed, acute care hospital nationally recognized for quality, especially in the areas of orthopedics, robotic surgery, cardiac care, stroke care, and neurology. Offering all private rooms, Regional is the first hospital in Pennsylvania to earn all four orthopedic certifications by The Joint Commission - hip fracture, and knee, hip, and shoulder replacement as well as advanced certification.

Wilkes-Barre General Hospital

Wilkes-Barre is nestled in the heart of Northeast Pennsylvania. After coal reserves were discovered nearby in the 19th century, Wilkes-Barre inherited the nickname of “The Diamond City.” Conveniently located, Wilkes-Barre is a short distance from the Pocono Mountains and approximately 2 hours from New York City and Philadelphia. Located along the Susquehanna River, Wilkes-Barre is surrounded by natural parks and recreational amenities.

Commonwealth Health Wilkes-Barre General Hospital is celebrating 150 years of service to the community. Founded in 1872, Wilkes-Barre General Hospital was the ­first hospital in the Wyoming Valley. Every year, we take care of thousands of patients and families across Northeastern Pennsylvania. From primary care to more than 60 medical specialties, as well as acute care and specialty hospitals, and walk-in clinics, our commitment to our patients is unwavering. We also contribute signi­ficantly to the economic health of the community - employing thousands of people, paying taxes, and donating to charities. We are ­firmly committed to delivering better healthcare to our patients and to helping our communities grow and prosper.

Wilkes-Barre General Hospital is Northeastern Pennsylvania’s largest community hospital with 412 beds and a medical staff of more than 400 physicians representing nearly 60 medical and surgical specialties.

Wilkes-Barre General Hospital has long been recognized for excellence in heart and vascular care and offers advanced treatment for wide-ranging specialties, including orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, and minimally invasive robotic-assisted procedures.

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