|24/7 Helpline||National telephone line provides information on Alzheimer's disease.||225 N Michigan Ave, Chicago IL (Alzheimer's Information Line (24/7 Helpline))||Alzheimer Association National Office|
|AAAAI Patients and Consumers Website||Provides education and information about allergy/immunology to healthcare professionals, patients and the public. Please vist www.aaaai.org/patients.||Dauphin||American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology||American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology |
|ABMS Certification Line||Provides qualifications and certifications of doctors and physicians.||Dauphin||American Board Medical Specialities||American Board Medical Specialities|
|ADA Information Line||Information Line provides information about the Americans with Disabilities Act.||950 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington DC (ADA Information Line)||Americans With Disabilities Act ADA Information Line|
|AIDSinfo||AIDSinfo is a Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) project that offers reliable information on HIV/AIDS clinical research and treatment. Maintains information on clinical trials for individuals with AIDS or infected with HIV. Also provides medical practice guidelines for people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and friends, health care providers, scientists, and researchers. Provides information about the current treatment regimens for HIV infection and AIDS-related illnesses.||AIDSinfo||AIDSinfo|
|ALS Association - Philadelphia||Leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig's Disease and their families to live fuller.
||ALS Association - Philadelphia||ALS Association|
|Alzheimer's Association - Berks County Branch Office||The leading voluntary health organization for information and research on Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Information and referral provided through website and 24 hour helpline. Also provides training in Alzheimer's care for healthcare providers.
||Berks||Alzheimer's Association - Berks County Branch Office||Alzheimer's Association - Delaware Valley Chapter|
|Alzheimer's Association - Lehigh Valley Branch Office||The leading voluntary health organization for information and research on Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Information and referral provided through website and 24 hour helpline. Also provides training in Alzheimer's care for healthcare providers.
||Northampton||Alzheimer's Association - Lehigh Valley Branch Office||Alzheimer's Association - Delaware Valley Chapter|
|Alzheimer's Association - Montgomery County Branch Office||The leading voluntary health organization for information and research on Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Information and referral provided through website and 24 hour helpline. Also provides training in Alzheimer's care for healthcare providers.
||Montgomery||Alzheimer's Association - Montgomery County Branch Office||Alzheimer's Association - Delaware Valley Chapter|
|Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center||A national toll-free number for people who have questions about Alzheimer's Disease. Publications available by mail and on the website. Referrals to local supportive services and Alzheimer's Centers that specialize in research and diagnosis.
A service of the National Institute on Aging||Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center||Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center|
|American Association of Suicidology||Listing of suicide prevention and crisis intervention agencies in USA||Dauphin||American Association Suicidology||American Association Suicidology|
|American Cancer Society Carbon-Tamaqua||Provides information on different types of cancer/treatment options and raises funds to support cancer research. Annual fundraising events include a telethon, auctions, dinners and a motorcycle ride.
||Carbon||American Cancer Society Carbon-Tamaqua||American Cancer Society|
|American Cancer Society - Lehigh Valley||Provides information on different types of cancer and treatment options, funds research on cancer and advocates on behalf of people affected by cancer. General information on clinical trials is available online.
||Northampton||American Cancer Society - Lehigh Valley||American Cancer Society|
|American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association||Enhances the quality of life for individuals affected by cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial birth defects.
-Provides comprehensive information to educate patients, families, and professionals
makes referrals to cleft/craniofacial treatment teams
-Offers telephone and online counseling and support service through the Cleftline 1-800-24-CLEFT (800-242-5338)
-Funds research to learn all we can about prevention and care
-Provides Cleftline Teddy Bears with repaired cleft lips
-Advocates for family-centered team care
-Awards a minimum of three $500 college scholarships each year to young adults affected by cleft and craniofacial birth defects
||American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association||American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association|
|American Heart Association - Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania||Provides current information on heart disease prevention and the importance of nutrition and exercise. Advocates on issues such as; smoke-free public places, more bike and pedestrian friendly cities and towns, better nutrition and higher quality physical education in schools and affordable healthcare.
Improves the quality of care for heart and stroke patients by providing training for medical professionals and educating the public about the warning signs of stroke, and providing resources for stroke survivors and caregivers.
Supports heart and stroke research and disseminates medical advances and new treatment guidelines though journals, conferences and online courses.
||Lehigh||American Heart Association - Lehigh Valley and Northeast Pennsylvania||American Heart Association|
|American Kidney Fund||Conducts health education initiatives and legislative advocacy on behalf of people with or at risk for kidney disease.
Provides information on kidney disease through an internet and telephone helpline, free kidney screenings to the public and treatment-related financial assistance to kidney patients.
||American Kidney Fund||American Kidney Fund|
|American Parkinson Disease Association||Grass roots organization serving those affected by Parkinson's Disease. Provides information and resources to patients, their families, friends, doctors and other medical professionals; promotes public awareness of the disease; and sponsors research into the causes and treatment for the Disease.
National Resource Center for Rehabilitation provides access to a licensed physical therapist who can answer questions and provide educational materials.
Operates 62 Information and Referral Centers across the country to educate, counsel and refer patients to medical professionals.
||American Parkinson Disease Association||American Parkinson Disease Association|
|American SIDS Institute||Preventing sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Information is available online or through a 24 hour information line.
||American SIDS Institute||American SIDS Institute|
|Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation, Inc.||Funds medical research on aplastic anemia and bone marrow failure diseases, advocates for increased federal funding of research into these diseases, promotes public awareness of bone marrow failure diseases, and educates medical professionals about causes and treatments of bone marrow failure diseases.
Provides personalized support from patient educators via e-mail (help@AAMDS.org) or the toll free line. Volunteer peer support network also provides emotional support and understanding.
||Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation, Inc.||Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation|
|Arc of Chester County - Information Line||The Arc of Chester Countys advocacy services help families and self-advocates understand and navigate the mental health/intellectual and developmental disability service systems. Our advocates safeguard individual rights and promote self-determination and inclusion. The Arcs advocates: provide one-to-one support and mentoring services, help parents effectively plan for their adult childs future and effectively participate in planning meetings, accompany families and self-advocates to meetings as needed, provide ongoing support for self-advocates with limited family involvement, initiate, promote, and support individual and county-wide self-determination and self-advocacy efforts, provide training for self-advocates, monitor progress made in the areas of inclusion, self-determination, employment, habilitation, and recreation, and actively promote systems change and improvement through state and national lobbying. The Arcs education advocacy services help parents, guardians, and students develop a plan of action for obtaining a free and appropriate education and helping students make meaningful progress on their educational goals. All children and students from birth to 21 who are eligible or suspected of being eligible for specialized education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act IDEIA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, or the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA can access The Arc of Chester Countys education advocacy services.||Chester||ARC OF CHESTER COUNTY, THE||Arc of Chester County|
|ASHA Herpes Resource Center||The Herpes Resource Center focuses on increasing education,public awareness, and support to anyone concerned about herpes. The National Herpes Hotline (NHH) is operated by ASHA as part of the Herpes Resource Center. The hotline, which receives over 60,000 calls a year, provides accurate information and appropriate referrals to anyone concerned about herpes. Trained Health Communication Specialists are available to address questions related to transmission, prevention and treatment of herpes simplex virus (HSV). The NHH also provides support for emotional issues surrounding herpes such as self-esteem and partner communication.||PO Box 13827, Research Triangle Park NC (ASHA Herpes Resource Center)||American Social Health Association (ASHA) |
|Brain Injury Association of America||Provides information, education and support to assist those currently living with brain injury and their families. Advocates for polices of concern to people with brain injury. Maintains a listing of brain-injury related supports and services. Offers educational materials to both families and professionals.
||Brain Injury Association of America||Brain Injury Association of America|
|Breastfeeding Information||Information on breastfeeding.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Cancer Information Service||Specialists can help with the following:
- Answer questions about cancer and help with quitting smoking
- Help navigate the National Cancer Institute website (cancer.gov)
- Provide information on their printed and electronic materials
- Provide access to comprehensive accurate information on a range of cancer topics, including the most recent advances in cancer treatment.
All services are confidential, and are for general knowledge. Specialists don't provide medical advice or recommend specific doctors or institutions.||Cancer Information Service||Cancer Information Service|
|CareLine||Assistance to patients and physicians regarding medical services of the Hershey Medical Center. General health information and literature is also provided. Referrals to physicians, support groups and community education classes.||Dauphin||CareLine||CareLine|
|CDC National Prevention Information Network||The U.S. reference and referral service for information on HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and tuberculosis (TB). NPIN is a next-generation clearinghouse that collects and disseminates data and materials to support the work of prevention organizations and workers in international, national, state, and local settings. Their services are designed to facilitate program collaboration in sharing information, resources, published materials, research, and trends among the four diseases.
||CDC National Prevention Information Network||CDC National Prevention Information Network|
|Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation-Gift of Life||To promote the health and well-being of people living with spinal cord injuries, mobility impairments and paralysis by providing information, education and referral services.
Quality of Life grants program awards grants to non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis. Also supports research to develop treatments and cures for spinal cord injuries.
||Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation||Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation|
|Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America - Main Office||Non-profit, research-oriented voluntary health organization dedicated to finding a cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Mission is to educate patients and their families, medical professionals, and the public through seminars, books, newsletters, brochures, medical forums, and public awareness programs. Website includes, doctor referral, news updates, chapter information, and online medical library and bookstore.
||Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America - Main Office||Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America|
|Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Northeastern Pennsylvania Chapter||The leading organization in the United States devoted to cystic fibrosis.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
6931 Arlington Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
301-951-6378 Fax||Lehigh||Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Northeastern Pennsylvania Chapter||Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - Northeastern PA Chapter|
|Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance||Patient-directed national organization provides scientifically based tools and information written in plain language about mood disorders. DBSA supports research to promote more timely diagnosis, develop more effective and tolerable treatments, and discover cures. The organization also works to ensure that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably.
||Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance||Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance|
|Dystonia Medical Research Foundation||Dedicated to serving people with all forms of dystonia, their friends and families, healthcare professionals and researchers. Provides information about dystonia, advocates on behalf of those affected by it and funds research into the causes and treatments for dystonia.
||Dystonia Medical Research Foundation||Dystonia Medical Research Foundation|
|Food and Nutrition Information Center||Provides on-line global information about food and nutrition. The FNIC Web site contains over 2500 links to current and reliable nutrition information.||Food and Nutrition Information Center||Food and Nutrition Information Center|
|Harrisburg Area Lyme Disease Support Group||A non-profit foundation dedicated to public education of the prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Lyme Resource Network||Pennsylvania Lyme Resource Network|
|Healthcare Referral & Information Center||Provides written information in "layman's" language about 6,500 health topics and medications (prescription and over the counter). Provides referrals to educational programs, support groups and health-related organizations.||Cumberland||Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill||Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital|
|Healthy Baby Line||Information line for infanty health.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Healthy Kids||Information line for childrens health.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Infant Death Grief Counseling||24/7 grief counseling helpline for parents and family members struggling with the tragic loss of a newborn baby, whether by stillbirth, SIDS/SUID, or any other reason. Free grief packets available upon request.||1314 Bedford Ave, Suite 210, Baltimore MD (Infant Death Grief Counseling)||First Candle|
|Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Eastern PA Chapter||World's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.
||Montgomery||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Eastern PA||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Eastern PA Chapter|
|Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Lehigh Valley||World's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services.
||Lehigh||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Lehigh Valley||Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Eastern PA Chapter|
|Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania||Improving the lives of people suffering from Lyme and other tick-borne diseases by offering literature, an information line, support group listings and physician referrals.
Click here for regular support group meeting information
Click here for support groups in the region
||Chester||Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania||Lyme Disease Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania|
|Muscular Dystrophy Association - Northeast PA||A national voluntary health agency working to defeat muscular dystrophy and related diseases through programs of worldwide research, comprehensive services, and far-reaching professional and public health education.
Accepts donations of usable medical equipment, refurbishes items and distributes them to those in need. Also provides assistance with medical equipment repairs.
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital
501 Saint John Street
Allentown, PA 18103
Helps individuals cope with the physical and psychological aspects of the disease
Muscular Dystrophy Association
3300 E. Sunrise Drive
Tucson, AZ 85718||Lehigh||Muscular Dystrophy Association - Northeast PA||Muscular Dystrophy Association - Northeast PA|
|National Abortion Federation Hotline||Provides confidential pro choice information about abortion and referrals to qualified providers in the caller's area.
||National Abortion Federation||National Abortion Federation Hotline|
|National Down Syndrome Society||National advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome. They envision a world in which all people with Down Syndrome have the opportunity to enhance their quality of like, realized their life aspirations and become valued members of welcoming communities.
Provides information and referral via a toll-free Helpline and email service. Also produce print materials on Down syndrome including A Promising Future Together: A guide for new and expectant parents, Aging and Down Syndrome: A health and well-being guidebook, NDSS Brochure and Get to Know Me Poster and Lesson Plan. With the exception of the poster and lesson plan, all publications are available in both English and Spanish.
||National Down Syndrome Society||National Down Syndrome Society|
|National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke||Supports, conducts and disseminates research on brain and nervous system disorders. Also provides public information on neurology/neurological disorders and strokes.
||National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke||National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke|
|National Kidney Foundation Serving the Alleghenies||Services include: KEEP Healthy kidney screening; Your Kidneys & You kidney health awareness presentation; Big Ask Big Give living donation program; Organ Donor Awareness; Kidney Cars Donation Program; Patient Advocacy; NKF Peers phone-based mentoring program; NKF Cares toll-free patient helpline; Professional Education, Administrator for the Chronic Renal Disease Program (CRDP) Transportation Reimbursement Program||Allegheny||National Kidney Foundation Serving the Alleghenies||National Kidney Foundation Serving the Alleghenies|
|National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter - Lehigh Valley Branch||Helps each person affected by MS in their area address the challenges of living with MS. Helps by raising funds for cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education and providing programs and services that empower people with MS and their families to move their lives forward.
Their staff and volunteers are dedicated to achieving a world free of MS. Through their chapter’s support services and educational programs for people living with MS and their families and friends, they help connect people in their local communities who want to do something about MS now.
Offers many programs — including professional counseling and peer facilitated support groups, educational programs and seminars, referrals to neurologists and healthcare professionals, national teleconferences and internet programs, services for the homebound, and social and recreational programs to assist people with MS and their families in leading productive and fulfilling lives.
Their community support helps to fund their local programs and accelerate worldwide research projects to ensure no opportunity is wasted.
||Lehigh||National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Delaware Valley Chapter - Lehigh Valley Branch||National Multiple Sclerosis Society|
|National Organization for Albinism & Hypopigmentation (NOAH)||Provides information about albinism, hypopigmentation, and related conditions including health and social issues, vision, and sun protection. Information is available via toll-free telephone, audio-visual and printed materials, and a World Wide Web site at http://wwwalbinism.org||Dauphin||National Organization Albinism (NOAH)||National Organization Albinism (NOAH)|
|National Ovarian Cancer Coalition||Provides information, support, and referrals for patients diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their families.||2501 Oak Lawn Ave, Suite 435, Dallas TX (National Ovarian Cancer Coalition)||National Ovarian Cancer Coalition |
|National Parkinson Foundation||Supports Parkinson's-related research, patient care, education, training and outreach.
||National Parkinson Foundation||National Parkinson Foundation|
|National Stroke Association||The leading national resource on stroke and the driving force behind efforts to improve stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.
||National Stroke Association||National Stroke Association|
|National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association, Inc.||Dedicated to providing information, support and referral services to individuals and families affected by Tay-Sachs, Canavan, GM-1, and Sandhoff diseases; as well as to the treatment, cure and prevention of these diseases.
||National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association, Inc.||National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association|
|National Tourette Syndrome Association||Develops and disseminates educational material to individuals, professionals and agencies in the fields of health care, education and government.
Coordinates support services to help individuals and their families cope with Tourette Syndrome.
Funds research that will ultimately find the cause of and cure for TS and, at the same time, lead to improved medications and treatments.
||National Tourette Syndrome Association||National Tourette Syndrome Association|
|NIA Information Center||Offers publications and videos on health promotion, disease prevention, safety, nutrition, the body, medical care, and medications, diseases and disorders, and planning for later years. Publishes the NIA Resource Directory for Older People.
||31 Center Dr, Bethesda MD (NIA Information Center)||National Institute on Aging |
|Parkinson's Disease Foundation||Raises funding for research on Parkinson's Disease; provides education and information about the disease; and advocates on behalf of, and in collaboration with, people with Parkinson's, their families and caregivers.
||Parkinson's Disease Foundation||Parkinson's Disease Foundation|
|PinnacleHealth - WomanCare Resource Center||Telephone health information line; Offers "The Healthy Woman" newsletter; education presentations; psychological and nutritional counseling; health screenings; therapeutic massages, and acupuncture.||Dauphin||PinnacleHealth Womancare Resource Center||PinnacleHealth |
|Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA)||An organization of families and professionals working together to promote and fund research, provide education and offer support to enhance the quality of life of those affected by Prader-Willi syndrome.||Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA)||Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA)|
|Scoliosis Association||A support and information organization open to all. Provides information about treating scoliosis, helps fund research on spine problems and helps those diagnosed with the disease connect with others through support groups, conferences and publications.||Scoliosis Association||Scoliosis Association|
|Sickle Cell Disease Association of America||SCDAA and its member organizations engage in research, build awareness of sickle cell disease (SCD) and related conditions, provide services such as genetic testing and counseling and offer psychosocial support for individuals and families impacted by SCD.
SCDAA is National Coordinating and Evaluation Center (NCEC) for the Sickle Cell Disease and Newborn Screening Program. SCDAA also sponsors scholarships for people affected by SCD or who are interested in a career in SCD treatment and research.
||Sickle Cell Disease Association of America||Sickle Cell Disease Association of America|
|Sjögren's Syndrome Foundation||Dedicated to providing the most up-to-date information about Sjogren's syndrome to patients and healthcare providers.
||Sjögren's Syndrome Foundation||Sjögren's Syndrome Foundation|
|Sudden Infant Death (SIDS) and Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) Education, Research, and Advocacy||A national, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting infant health and survival during the prenatal period through age 2 with programs of research, education, and advocacy, while at the same time providing compassionate grief support to those affected by the death of an infant.
||First Candle||First Candle|
|Susan G. Komen for the Cure||Komen for the Cure disseminates information on breast cancer prevention and treatment, implements community health programs to ensure care for underserved women and raises funds for breast cancer research through events like the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series.
The Sheridan Building
125 South Ninth Street, Suite 202
Philadelphia, PA 19107
firstname.lastname@example.org||Susan G. Komen for the Cure||Susan G. Komen for the Cure|
|Text4Baby||Text4Baby is an educational program that sends text messages about 3 times a week to pregnant women and new moms. The texts provide the moms with information & reminders about how to take care of their own health & that of their babies.
Women who sign up for the service by texting BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 will receive free SMS text messages each week, timed to their due date or baby's date of birth.
PA Department of Health in partnership with National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition is a lead state agency for text4baby.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health Clarks Summit Practice - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.||Lackawanna||The Wright Center for Community Health Clarks Summit Practice||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health Mid Valley Practice - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.||Lackawanna||The Wright Center for Community Health Mid Valley Practice||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health Old River Road Practice - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.
||Luzerne||The Wright Center for Community Health Old River Road Practice||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health Ryan White Clinic - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.
||Lackawanna||The Wright Center for Community Health Ryan White Clinic||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health School-Based Health Practice - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.||Lackawanna||The Wright Center for Community Health School-Based Health Practice||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|The Wright Center for Community Health South Franklin Street Practice - Medical Adherence Counseling||As a supplement to primary care, provides education, encouragement and support to help patients manage their medical treatment.
||Luzerne||The Wright Center for Community Health South Franklin Street Practice||The Wright Center for Community Health|
|Tobacco Quitline||The Free Quitline is staffed by a group of clinically trained counselors. Callers are assessed for their readiness to quit and given counseling options. Counselors then offer up to five pro-active counseling sessions to smokers who are ready to make a serious attempt to quit.
Counselors also provide active listening to callers, educational information, and referral to other healthcare professionals if needed, prescription advice for action, social reinforcement, skill training, and encouragement for expressions of thoughts and feelings.
||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Department of Health||Pennsylvania Department of Health|
|Turner Syndrome Society of the United States||Support for persons touched by Turner syndrome. Turner Syndrome is caused by complete or partial absence of the second sex chromosome.
||Turner Syndrome Society of the United States||Turner Syndrome Society of the United States|
|UPMC Susquehanna - Information - Divine Providence Hospital||Provides information for Divine Providence Hospital.||Lycoming||UPMC Susquehanna- Divine Providence Hospital||UPMC Susquehanna|
|UPMC Susquehanna - Information - Muncy Valley Hospital||Provides information for Muncy Valley Hospital.
||Lycoming||UPMC Susquehanna - Information - Muncy Valley Hospital||UPMC Susquehanna|
|UPMC Susquehanna - Information - Williamsport Regional Medical Center||Provides information for Williamsport Regional Medical Center.||Lycoming||UPMC Susquehanna - Information - Williamsport Regional Medical Center||UPMC Susquehanna|
|Urology Care Foundation||Information and research on diseases of the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.
||Urology Care Foundation||Urology Care Foundation|