Should your surgical treatment require an anesthetic, an anesthesiologist will evaluate you and, in consultation with your physician, select the appropriate anesthetic. Anesthesiologists are responsible for the medical management of your anesthetic as well as your recovery from anesthesia.


Cardiopulmonary Services (Respiratory/Cardiovascular) are allied health specialties instrumental in the diagnosis, treatment, management and preventive care of patients with respiratory or cardiac problems. All treatment for respiratory diseases or heart conditions is carried out by the order of your physician.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is the recording of the electric impulses of the brain. This diagnostic study is carried out by the order of your physician. A physician trained in neurology will study the test results to aid in diagnosing your illness.
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Nason Hospital’s Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The department is staffed by a licensed physician, registered nurses, and other medical personnel whose goal is to provide each patient with emergency medical care of the highest quality.
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A patient’s condition is assessed upon arrival. Those in most serious need will be treated first. The Emergency Department is provided to care for those in need of immediate services because of the urgent nature of their health condition and is not intended to take the place of the personal physician’s office.
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Nason Hospital’s Home Health Department is a home care program that provides professional, caring services at home. Members of the home health team provide a wide range of health care and social services to patients and their families in the familiar and comfortable setting of their homes. The services offered include skilled nursing, home health aide services, medical social services, physical therapy, speech pathology, medical supplies, nutritional guidance and other consultative services.
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The Intensive-Coronary Care Unit is an area designed for those patients who are critical and require continuous visual observation and electronics monitoring. Nurses assigned to these areas have been trained in dealing with critical medical situations and in the use of lifesaving equipment. Patients are admitted and discharged from this unit upon order of the attending physician.
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Nason Hospital’s Laboratory is directed by a pathologist. Other physicians rely on the pathologist and his laboratory staff for confirmation of their diagnosis of disease. The Laboratory is staffed by medical technicians/technologists who take samples of your blood and other fluids, or process fluids removed to aid in the identification of a suspected illness. With knowledge obtained from biopsies, blood counts and other laboratory tests, your doctor can select a suitable method of treatment.
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Nason Location (814) 224-6215

All testing will be performed at Nason Hospital using the latest state of the art techniques and equipment. Your outcome results will be sent to the ordering physician of your tests.

No appointment needed.
We are located in rear of Nason Hospital with easy accessibility and ample parking.
Our hours of service are from 6:30 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday, and from 7:00 AM to Noon on Saturdays. We are closed on Sunday and major holidays.

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Your doctor is a member of Nason Hospital’s Medical Staff and is responsible for your care and treatment while you are a patient at our hospital. All tests, medications and treatments are prescribed by him/her or under his/her direction.
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The Medical/Surgical Units include a pediatric area as well as private and semi-private rooms for adult and adolescent patients. Telemetry is available for the care of those patients who require cardiac monitoring of coronary conditions.
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As gynecology and obstetrics specialists, we are experts in women’s health. From annual pelvic exams, pap tests, pregnancy and prenatal care, menopause and post menopausal issues, you can trust the experienced physicians and health care professionals at Nason OB/GYN to provide the health care you need at every stage of your life.  Along with board certified obstetricians and gynecologists, our staff includes a certified nurse midwife.  Our certified nurse midwife can provide you with personalized care throughout your pregnancy, labor and delivery.  We are conveniently located on the Nason Hospital campus.  Please call 814-224-5455 to schedule an appointment.
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Nason Hospital’s Obstetric “Special Delivery” Unit provides family-centered, birthing suites where the mother can proceed from labor through normal delivery and recovery in the same room. Prepared child birth classes are offered to prepare the mother and family for labor, breast feeding and the introduction of a new member into the family.
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Nason Hospital Occupational Health provides a full range of services to both large and small employers.  Worker's compensation management, injury prevention, a full range of drug and alcohol testing services, employee health and wellness and onsite OSHA mandated testing are just some of the functions this department offers.  Staffed by a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, the Occupational Health Clinic is open Monday through Friday 7:30 - 4:30.  Emergency Deparment and Laboratory Staff assist in providing drug and alcohol screening and work related injury care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Occupational  Health also serves as a liason with the community providing wellness screening and education at various locations and events. Click here for more complete information about Occupational Health services
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Our Surgical Department is staffed by trained personnel and equipped with modern instrumentation in order to perform surgical operations.
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An Outpatient Surgical Unit provides greater convenience to the patient requiring same day surgery but not inpatient hospitalization. This unit provides constant observation and nursing care to the patient preoperatively and postoperatively until the patient is discharged.
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Nason Pediatrics is a major resource for Pediatric care.  We have been serving the community for over 15 years.  We provide pediatric care from birth through 18 years of age.  Our services include immunizations, treatment of infectious disease, an RN triage service, flu shot clinics, wound care, treatment of ADHD and other developmental disorders, and specialty referrals.  We are conveniently located on the Nason Hospital campus.  Please call us at 814-224-2555 to schedule an appointment.

Click here for the Consent for Treatment of Children in the Emergency Department Form
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Nason Hospital provides a well-stocked Pharmacy that is directed by registered pharmacists who assure that the patient promptly receives the appropriate medication ordered by the physician.
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Your physician may prescribe various treatments in order to relieve pain, improve motion or increase strength and function of limbs incapacitated by illness or injury. The department is staffed by a licensed physical therapist and certified therapy assistants. Occupational therapy services are also provided by a licensed occupational therapist.
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The service of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Nason Hospital is designed as a comprehensive source of patient care for any foot or ankle problems.  Our board certified doctors care for in-house patients, provide same-day ambulatory surgery, and treat patients in the Wound Healing Program.

Podiatric Surgery is a specialized field of medicine dealing with disorders of the foot and ankle such as:

• Ankle Fractures and Sprains
• Heel Pain
• Flat Feet
• Bunions and Hammertoes
• Sports Related Injuries
• Tendonitis
• Arthritis
• Skin Infections, Ingrown Nails
• Reconstructive Surgery
• Diabetic Foot
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Should you require diagnostic X-rays, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, DEXA studies, mammography, MRI or CT during your hospital stay, your physician will refer you to the Radiology Department.

Nason Hospital’s Radiology Department is equipped with Computerized Tomography (CT) and a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit, two of the leading technologies benefiting both patients and physicians.

The department is directed by a radiologist, who performs certain procedures, interprets your examinations and submits written reports of the findings to your physician. The department is also staffed by registered radiologic technologists.
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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.
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Emergency Services
Home Health
Hospice Care
Coronary Care
Medical Staff
Medical/Surgical Unit
Obstetric Unit
Occupational Health
Operating Room
Outpatient Draw Station
Outpatient Surgical
Physical Rehabilitation
Podiatric Surgery
Wound Healing