Established in 1901, Clearfield Hospital is a rural 96-bed, not-for-profit acute-care facility with a host of services second to none in the area and not usually found in hospitals this size. Expanding technology is offered in medical, surgical, and support service, including: emergency service, home health care with seven satellite offices, hospice, intensive care/telemetry units combining critical and coronary care plus temporary pacemakers and hemodynamic monitoring, obstetrics, pediatrics, surgical suite, lithotripsy, ambulatory care unit, cardiopulmonary, cardiac rehabilitation, wound clinic, stereotactic breast biopsy, chemotherapy center, nuclear medicine: CT, MRI, PET scanning, laboratory services, pharmacy, occupational and physical therapy, sports medicine, and social services. Tertiary care centers are linked to Clearfield via LifeFlight helicopter transport.
Dedicated to meeting the needs for quality healthcare across the region, Clearfield Hospital is a vital part of the Clearfield life. Providing educational programs, classes, and community outreach testing and screening services positions the hospital in a proactive position for prevention, maintenance, treatment, and rehabilitation. The continual evaluation process ensures effective upgrading of plant and procedures in a timely manner.
Recent updates and renovations to the facilities reflect our commitment to keep pace with the needs of our patients. Implementation of additional phases of hospital-wide plans will result in improved quality care and patient comfort. We are making continued strides to serve Clearfield and the surrounding communities.
Clearfield is a community striving to provide its citizens with the quality of life most people only wish they had. An integral part of that quality of life is the best healthcare available. Clearfield Hospital has positioned itself to provide compassionate, professional care as the primary source in the area for the challenges of today's healthcare environment.
Community Health Needs:
Healthcare providers are committed to addressing and understanding the ever-changing healthcare landscape of the needs of their communities. Clearfield Hospital's community health needs assessment was conducted in Clearfield County between October 2011 and April 2012. To read the report, please click on the link below.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Written comments about Clearfield Hospital's Community Health Needs Assessment may be directed to Amy Duke, director of marketing and development, at 809 Turnpike Avenue, Clearfield, PA 16830.