Geisinger Medical Center
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|Geisinger Medical Center|
|Geisinger Health System|
|Location||Danville, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Hospital type||Regional Resource Medical Center|
|Emergency department||Combined Adult Level I /|
Pediatric Level II
|Helipad||FAA LID: 79PN|
FAA LID: 49PN
Geisinger Medical Center is a hospital in Danville, Pennsylvania, serving as the primary hospital for the Danville-based Geisinger Health System, a primary chain of hospitals and clinics which includes the Danville medical center across northeastern and central Pennsylvania.
Geisinger Life Flight, a five-helicopter medevac system, is based at the hospital.
Hospital for Advanced Medicine
On February 9, 2010 Geisinger Medical Center opened the Hospital for Advanced Medicine (HFAM). Also in the building:
- HFAM 8 Medicine/Surgery with Telemetry - Opened in 2010, this floor provides general medical and surgical care to patients who are in need of telemetry.
- HFAM 7 Acuity Adaptable Care Unit - Focuses on patient care related to cardiac surgery, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), and thoracic surgery, opened in 2010.
- HFAM 6 Orthopaedic Surgery - Opened in 2013, this floor focuses on all aspects of inpatient post-orthopaedic and surgical care, with a special focus on total joint replacement patients. The floor boasts a comprehensive gymnasium used for inpatient rehabilitation following surgery.
- Since 2015 Geisinger Medical Center is a certified Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) center for supporting patients requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).