Center For Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania

Center For Emergency Medicine Of Western Pennsylvania

The Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania is a multi-hospital consortium based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is claimed to be one of the world's premiere centers of emergency medicine and EMS development.

Currently, the Center's member hospitals include University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, UPMC Mercy, Western Pennsylvania Hospital and Altoona Hospital. The "Center" as it is known, has several distinct offices:

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... Focuses on health promotion activities in emergency departments, and provides community health services using paramedics and EMTS ... It is a leader in this emerging area of preventive medicine ... Emed Health The Center is closely affiliated with the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of EMS, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, the University of Pittsburgh ...

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