St. Clair at a Glance

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St. Clair Hospital is a highly honored, independent, 329 bed acute-care medical center that provides advanced, high quality health care to the residents of southwestern Pennsylvania. A member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, St. Clair has 600 physicians and 2,500 employees. St. Clair Hospital is the largest employer in Pittsburgh’s South Hills.

Providing virtually every health care service that residents may need throughout their lives, the Hospital is focused on continuously enhancing its services and technologies to ensure that the community’s health needs are met. The Hospital offers a comprehensive array of high-quality inpatient and outpatient services, including advanced cardiovascular services; specialized care for women and children; oncology services; orthopedics; emergency care; urgent care; and psychiatry and mental health services. For a complete A to Z listing of all services available, click here.

St. Clair is a top decile performer in patient safety, clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and value. The Hospital earned 20 consecutive ‘A’ grades from The Leapfrog Group for hospital safety, ranking among the top 1.1 percent of hospitals in America. Additionally, the Hospital has been named a 100 Top Hospital six times since 2006. With its main campus in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, just 15 minutes outside of Pittsburgh, the Hospital also offers health care services at three outpatient centers in Mt. Lebanon, Bethel Park, and Peters Township as well as nearly 30 physician office locations.

St. Clair Health’s integrated multi-specialty group known as St. Clair Medical Group (SCMG) serves the primary, specialty, and hospital-based needs of patients throughout the communities served by St. Clair Health. As one of the last remaining independent health systems in the region, St. Clair accepts all major insurances.

St. Clair Medical Group (SCMG)
SCMG is a growing multispecialty group of more than 150 primary and specialty care physicians and advanced practice providers. It includes a wide network of community-based primary care offices, tertiary-level medical and surgical sub-specialists, as well as an ever-growing division of hospital based physicians that includes adult medicine, psychiatry, pediatrics and critical care.