Regional Hospital of Scranton
Commonwealth Health, the largest network of hospitals in Northeastern Pennsylvania, continues to combine vast medical resources to enhance the quality of patient care throughout the region. Patients will benefit from an extended physician network through recruitment of new physicians as well as the sharing of specialists throughout the system. Working together, the hospitals of Commonwealth Health will transform health care delivery in Northeastern Pennsylvania through formalized centers of excellence and through the sharing of best practices that meet nationally recognized standards for quality, safety and patient satisfaction.
Collectively, the hospitals of Commonwealth Health have earned significant recognition for clinical care, including HealthGrades awards and honors from U.S. News & World Report, the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, and designation as one of the first Epicenters for Robotic General Surgery in the country. Each hospital brings unique resources to the community it serves.
The health network includes 1,600 physicians, 6,500 employees, and more than 1,300 beds, and has touched the lives of nearly two million patients in its first year. Commonwealth Health hospitals hold the leading market share in their primary service areas, making the system the number one choice for care in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Regional Hospital of Scranton is a 186-bed acute care hospital. The hospital has been nationally recognized for quality and innovation particularly in the areas of orthopedics, cardiology, and cancer care. Regional is accredited in 12 areas and was the first hospital in Pennsylvania to be certified in hip, shoulder and knee replacement and first in the Lackawanna County to perform robotic-assisted surgery.
To learn more about Commonwealth Health and Scranton Regional Hospital visit the website here.