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Programs that provide comprehensive medical and/or surgical services on an inpatient or outpatient basis for people who have a targeted disease, condition or disorder.

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Chronic DiseaseCoordinates all chronic disease programs sponsored and facilitated in partnership with other agencies; acts as a team leader for Injury Prevention, Tobacco, Oral Health, Asthma, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, as well as Cardiovascular programs. Chronic disease team nurses provide information to the public by presenting educational programs and are available for individual consultation.DauphinPennsylvania Department of Health - South Central District OfficePennsylvania Department of Health
Conemaugh Meyersdale Medical Center Wound CareProgram that provides specialized treatment services for individuals who have chronic skin wounds such as pressure sores or ulcerations associated with diabetes and peripheral vascular disease that have resisted other forms of treatment.SomersetWound CenterConemaugh Meyersdale Medical Center
Nason Hospital Wound ClinicsProgram that provides specialized treatment services for individuals who have chronic skin wounds such as pressure sores or ulcerations associated with diabetes and peripheral vascular disease that have resisted other forms of treatment. The Nason Wound Healing Program focuses on preserving limbs and healing difficult wounds through a comprehensive team approach. Adjacent to Nason Hospital, we are easily accessible with ample parking for your convenience. The Nason Wound Healing Program staff includes physicians, nurses, diabetic educators, nutritionists, and therapists who are highly-skilled and experienced in healing complex wounds. Our interdisciplinary team aggressively treats chronic wounds by applying evidence-based, medical and surgical techniques that are outcome focused and cost-effective.BlairNason HospitalNason Hospital
REACCH (Resource Education and Comprehensive Care for HIV)With an emphasis on treatment and prevention of the spread of HIV for adults, PinnacleHealth's Resource Education and Comprehensive Care for HIV (REACCH) Program provides primary medical care and HIV management for men, women and adolescents. This comprehensive care program, coordinated by a registered nurse, is comprised of diagnostic, therapeutic and supportive services including education about HIV disease and transmission, as well as treatment recommendations and how to access them. Medical care is managed by an infectious disease physician and a nurse practitioner. In addition, medical management includes: nutritional counseling social service support financial counseling and a link to community resources. If you would like to know more about this program, please contact REACCH at (717) 782-2750. DauphinPinnacleHealth Medical Services' REACCH ProgramPinnacleHealth
Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - HJ Heinz Campus: Spinal Cord Injury and Disease ClinicVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Spinal Cord Injury and Disease (SCI/D) Clinic provides coordinated, interdisciplinary health care to veterans who meet VA's criteria for spinal cord injury/disorders. The mission is to support and maintain the health, independence, quality of life, and productivity of veterans with spinal cord injury and disorders throughout their lives. These objectives are accomplished through rehabilitation, sustaining medical and surgical care, psychological support, patient education, and family caregiver support. VA has the largest single network of SCI/D care in the nation. VA services are delivered through a “hub and spoke” system of care, extending from regional SCI/D centers offering primary care by multidisciplinary teams (hubs) to the SCI/D primary care teams (spokes) at local VA medical centers. The VA Pittsburgh SCI Primary Care Clinic is a spoke clinic operating under the clinical supervision of the Cleveland VA SCI Center. The Pittsburgh SCI/D Clinic provides comprehensive annual evaluations that focus on the management of long-term complications of spinal cord injuries in addition to specialized prevention and medical treatment. The VA Pittsburgh SCI multidisciplinary team is comprised of the SCI primary care physician, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, a clinic coordinator/ social worker, a clinical nurse specialist, a physical therapist, an occupational therapist, a healthcare technician and a psychologist. The clinic is located at the Heinz campus and operates On Mondays and Wednesdays. The SCl/D Primary Clinic has an established relationship with the local chapter of Paralyzed Veterans of America. AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration

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