Brighton Township residents are within a few minutes drive of a leading regional hospital and several nursing and personal care homes.
Formerly known locally as “The Medical Center,” the center is a 358-bed, comprehensive healthcare facility located about one mile from the center of Beaver, on Dutch Ridge Road in Brighton Township.
Heritage Valley Beaver is part of Heritage Valley Health System, a progressive community-based system serving southwestern Pennsylvania. In partnership with more than 500 physicians and nearly 4,000 employees, Heritage Valley offers a broad range of medical, surgical and diagnostic services at its two hospitals, community satellite facilities and in physician offices. Its affiliated physician groups include Tri-State Medical Group, Tri-State Obstetrics and Gynecology and Tri-State Pediatric Associates.
Heritage Valley Beaver has recently completed a $20 million building addition and renovation project. The new three-story building addition expanded the Emergency Department, GI Lab and shell space for future expansion. The renovation includes a future heart and vascular center, improved parking lot and a new main entrance to the hospital.
Nearby, the town of Beaver is a hub of diverse medical practices. The Beaver County Medical Society lists more than 60 local physicians providing a range of specialties.
BRIGHTON REHAB AND WELLNESS CENTER
Brighton Rehab and Wellness furnishes individuals in need with a full range of skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation and long-term living services, focusing on clinical, sub-acute care and rehabilitative therapies in a comfortable environment. Residents receive individualized care plans supervised by primary care physicians who are on-site, seven days a week.
With residential suites available for singles and couples, the setting at St. Barnabas Beaver Meadows provides comfortable retirement living. Its services minimize the need to relocate; accommodate individuals’ changing needs; maximize residents’ dignity, autonomy, privacy, independence, choice and safety; and encourage family and community involvement. It is part of St. Barnabas Health System, a nonprofit organization which since 1900 has served Western Pennsylvania residents.
Cambridge Pointe Retirement Living on Chapel Road — formerly known as Trinity Oaks Care Centers — delivers gracious country retirement and personal care living for senior citizens.