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Leadership Message

2016 was an historic year for our hospital and health care across this region. On December 1, 2016, WCA Hospital and UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) were pleased to announce WCA’s integration into the UPMC system, becoming UPMC Chautauqua WCA. This important decision to integrate into UPMC was a remarkable five-year journey, designed to assure residents that health care continues to be strong in this region and to serve our communities well over the long term to provide access into a world-class academic medical center.

With UPMC, we have a partner that will invest $90 million dollars which will lead to a long-term sustainability plan as well as capital investment for this hospital. Additionally, we have a partner that will enhance access and convenience to local health care and expand accessibility of top-rated, specialty services for our patients.

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Click here for copy of 2016 Annual Report To Our Community.

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