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Neurological care is a big part of our comprehensive approach to health care. That’s why at UHS Wilson Medical Center, our skilled New York neurosurgeons offer a neurosciences step-down unit, state-of-the-art technology for diagnosis and treatment of brain and spine diseases, a highly qualified staff of New York's best neurosurgeon and neurologists, and a full range of rehabilitation therapy options. These may include the Sandiford Rehabilitation Center and home care service.

At UHS Delaware Valley Hospital there is a Swing Bed Program for patients. This program is for patients who have recovered from an acute care hospital stay, but need additional recovery time before going home, this program, called “Swing Bed” allows patients to stay in the hospital and receive physical and/or occupational therapy services as they gain strength and stamina following a debilitating illness or injury.

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    September 21, 2023

    September is National Prostate Health Month, also known as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Each year, more than 174,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer, and more than 31,000 die from the disease. 

  • UHS receives tattoo-free cancer treatment award
    September 19, 2023

    The UHS Radiation Oncology Department has earned a special award for their ability to offer tattoo- and mark-free radiation treatments to UHS patients with cancer.  

  • Cardiovascular Imaging team at UHS earns top quality award
    September 18, 2023

    UHS' Cardiovascular Imaging team has earned a HeartFlow CT Quality Award for the second quarter of 2023.  This is the first time our Cardiovascular Imaging program has received one of the prestigious recognitions, presented by HeartFlow Inc.

  • Be a lifeline for someone considering suicide
    September 18, 2023

    Suicide is a major public health concern. Leaders, medical staff and employees across UHS are working to raise public awareness about the issue of suicide and the steps that can be taken to prevent it.