UPMC Family Health Services

In continuing to meet the health care needs of the region, UPMC Bedford Memorial has extended its community services by adding a new program called UPMC Family Health Services. For a number of years, this program was formerly known as Family Health Services of South Central Pennsylvania and has helped thousands of women and families throughout the county in seeking specific health services.

UPMC Family Health Services will continue to provide similar services as in the past as well as expanding services. Many of the services include:

  • Physical exams
  • Breast and pelvic exams
  • Pap tests
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Emergency contraception
  • Treatment of vaginal infections
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Family planning education/counseling, along with referrals as needed

In addition, UPMC Family Health Services offers the Healthy Woman Program for those 50 years and older. The program helps to detect breast and cervical cancer early and is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

Cost for services under this program are based on a sliding scale and the number of dependents in the family. It is important to note that medical assistance and many other insurances are accepted and all services are confidential.

UPMC Family Health Services is located at 195 Memorial Drive, Suite 3, Everett, PA.

Contact UPMC Family Health Services at 814-623-6849.

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UPMC Bedford Memorial
10455 Lincoln Highway
Everett, PA 15537

814-623-6161

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