About UPMC Kane
Originally founded as The Woodside Cottage Hospital, UPMC Kane ( formerly known as Kane Community Hospital) got its start in 1887. Today UPMC Kane is a 14-bed acute care hospital in Kane, Pa.
Supported by medical professionals from UPMC Hamot in Erie, Pa., our mission is to serve our patients and their families, our communities, and one another. Our vision is to be recognized in the communities we serve as the provider of superior patient care and service and to provide access to nationally recognized specialty care through our affiliation with UPMC Hamot.
UPMC Kane's active and consulting medical staff and care providers offer a broad base of primary and specialty care and services including:
- Family and internal medicine
- Women’s health
- Surgical services
- 24 hour Emergency Room
- State-of-the-art diagnostic and lab services
- Diagnostic imaging
- Center for Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation, & Pain Management
- Full range of rehabilitation services
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- UPMC Hamot cardiology and gastroenterology (digestive health) clinics
- Swing bed program
- Eye (cataract) surgery
- Occupational medicine program
Serving the Community
UPMC Kane is a strong partner in the communities it serves. We are dedicated to the people of our community and providing them with the health care they need. We support our community through:
- Partnering with local Rotary Clubs for multiphasic blood screenings
- Offering wellness screenings throughout the year including vascular screening, bone density screens, mammography, and lung cancer screening
- Offering free women's health and wellness screens funded by businesses and groups throughout the community
- Hosting hundreds of free blood pressure clinics
- Holding flu shot clinics
- Hosting community fairs/expos
- Supporting 12 community blood bank drives annually
- Hosting an annual Ladies Night Out event focused on women’s health and breast cancer awareness
For more information on these and other services, call 1-800-565-9200.
UPMC Community Health Needs Assessment
Every three years, UPMC hospitals conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). To access the assessments and to learn how the hospitals are addressing important community health needs, click here.