May 30, 2021
Mount Nittany Health hits high marks for excellence in care, Medical Center named a ‘World’s Best Hospital’ by NewsweekLearn More
With a focus on delivering compassionate care of the highest quality and safety for every patient, every time, Mount Nittany Health is proud to be nationally recognized with top honors in clinical care, patient safety and overall performance across the health system.
Sep 17, 2020
Mount Nittany Medical Center stroke care recognized with four national quality awardsLearn More
For every minute without treatment for a stroke, 1.9 million brain cells die. For every hour without treatment, the brain loses almost the same number of cells as are lost through 3.6 years of aging. When it comes to a stroke, time is brain.
Sep 09, 2020
Mount Nittany Medical Center’s anticoagulation clinic earns Center of Excellence recertificationLearn More
Mount Nittany Health is pleased to announce that Mount Nittany Medical Center’s anticoagulation clinic has again earned Anticoagulation Center of Excellence recertification from the Anticoagulation Forum (AC Forum). The clinic received and has maintained this certification since 2014.
Aug 28, 2020
Mount Nittany Medical Center receives 5-star rating for third timeLearn More
Mount Nittany Health is pleased to announce that Mount Nittany Medical Center has, for the third consecutive reporting period, received 5-stars, the highest rating given by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Five-Star Quality Rating System.
Jul 20, 2020
Mount Nittany Medical Center holds national distinction as Lung Cancer Screening Center of ExcellenceLearn More
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among both men and women, at about 25 percent of all cancer deaths, according to the American Cancer Society. This is more than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined.
Jul 14, 2020
Mount Nittany Medical Center among one percent of hospitals nationwide recognized for excellence in diabetes careLearn More
Over 34 million people, or a little over 1 in 10 people, living in the United States have diabetes. More than 1 in 4 of those people do not yet know they have diabetes – they have not yet been diagnosed. If current trends continue, 1 in 3 people born after 2000 will develop diabetes in their lifetime.