Allegheny Health Network (AHN) and Steamfitters Local Union 449 today cut the ribbon to a new, state-of-the-art outpatient center in Harmony. AHN Seneca Valley Outpatient Center is located at the new Steamfitters Offices & Events Center (232 Wise Road) and offers primary, specialty and diagnostic services for residents of Harmony, Zelienople and surrounding communities.
AHN partnered with Mascaro Construction to develop the south end of the existing complex at the Steamfitters Offices & Events Center into a 7,500-square-foot healthcare facility, which will open to patients on Monday, August 8.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Steamfitters Union to bring this important new health care facility to the community, providing more convenient access to high-quality health care services closer-to-home for our patients,” said Cynthia Hundorfean, AHN President and CEO.
Key clinical programs offered at the new facility include sports medicine, orthopedics, and primary care, among other services.
Providing full-time primary care for patients at AHN Seneca Valley is AHN primary care physician Judy Wesolowski, DO. AHN orthopaedic surgeons rotating at the facility will be Timothy Sauber, MD, Nicholas Bonazza, MD, Stephen Hribar, MD and Peter Tang, MD. Jared Ramsey, DO, an AHN sports medicine primary care and concussion management specialist will also be on site.
Complementing these physicians and programs will be a team of physical, speech and occupational therapists as well as a pelvic floor therapist and an oncology rehabilitation therapist.
AHN is entering its fourth year as the sports medicine provider for Seneca Valley School District. The sports medicine team is comprised of physicians and athletic trainers who work with athletes to ensure common and complex sports injuries receive the attention and treatment they need, while also implementing best practices for injuries.
Primary care sports medicine physician Dr. Jared Ramsey and orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Bonazza serve as team physicians, providing guidance for injured athletes and educational sessions for coaches and students. The new AHN Seneca Valley location, located less than two miles from the Seneca Valley School District campus, will serve as a pivotal resource for the ongoing partnership and provide additional access to care for students and their families.
“Our plan for this site from the very beginning was to create a community asset,” said Joe Little, Financial Secretary and Treasurer for the Steamfitters Union. “Partnering with Highmark and AHN to help us add this valuable dimension to make our goal a reality for the people of this area has been very exciting.”