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Primary: Emergency Doctor

Sub-Specialty: General

Additional Specialties: Alcohol Abuse, Drug & Alcohol Addictions, Alcoholism, Substance Abuse Counseling, Adc, Internal Medicine, Hospitalist, Emergency Medicine, Chemical Abuse, Drug & Alcohol Abuse




Accepts New Patients
  • Kidney Stones
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (copd)
  • Heart Disease
  • Pneumonia
  • Medical Services

Provider Training


Internal Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Location & Hours

Practice Affiliations

Practice At 532 W Pittsburgh St

532 W Pittsburgh St

Greensburg, PA 15601

Main Location

532 W Pittsburgh St

Greensburg, PA 15601

Westmoreland Regional Hospital
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Phone: (724) 832-4300

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Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Physicians & Surgeons, Public Health
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Specialties: Alcohol Abuse, Drug & Alcohol Addictions, Alcoholism, Substance Abuse Counseling, Adc, Internal Medicine, Hospitalist, Emergency Medicine, Chemical Abuse, Drug & Alcohol Abuse


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Provided by Citysearch - 
this hospital sucks

my mother fell and she grew a knot on her head that looked like her brain swelled outside her skull @ 1;30 in the morning they are sending her home on foot, how in the hell do you go to a hospital and they dont make sure you have a way home at 1 am , who does that? i hate this hospital I hope they close it, the city of greensburg needs to fix this! i moved here from Pittsburgh, i pay more taxes here then i ever did in pittsburgh they need to fix this transpotation system......this is the worst place and deff. the worst hospital!!!!!!!!!!!!



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heart stents

have you seen two doctors at westmoreland were installing stents that did not need them. I had two stents installed by one of them and then still had the same physical problems as before the stents and called but the doctor would never talk to me personally. Also my treatment in the hospital convinced me i would never return. If you like dirty rooms and getting the wrong prescriptions and waiting 8 hours to be checked out its an ok place.



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bad experience

I was sent to the hospital to have a post operative doppler done on my neck. They ended up doing a doppler on my leg that was already done in June, They said they checked with the doctor .I ended up having a bloakage in my leg and had surgery , now they call me to come and have the doppler done on my neck. I am alittle concerned about this, a month later. Then to top this off while i was in the operating room getting finished up there was 2 cleaning men sweeping the floor



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ER and hospital stay

Went to the ER at 730 am and went right in. ER doctors (I had 2 different Dr's) were both great, extreemly knowledgable and took every precaution checking everything. Nurses in the ER were great as well. I would highly recommend this ER and it's staff. Upon being admitted to the hospital, this is where things went bad. It took 4 hours for them to send someone down to get me and bring me up eventhough a room was ready the whole time. Once in the room and throughout the rest of my 1 day stay, the nursing staff needed to be constantly reminded by me why I was there, my medications I needed to be taking and all other information that should have been on my chart. They never communicated with each other during shift changes and it took forever for them to come in if I needed something. My medicine was mis-ordered a couple times and when I said that I had extreem pain in my head (why I was there in the first place) the following morning, no medication was given to me. I had to wait to be discharged to go to the store and get my own. One of the nurses actually told me that it would be faster if I was discharged and went to the store rather than them calling down to the pharmacy and ordering the meds for me. They should be ashamed of the level of care in the hospital. Sorry, but its what happened to me. I will use the ER again, they were great.