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 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.
Trinity Oaks Care Centers were founded in 1980, and provide assisted living and personal care services. Its mission is to provide quality care to senior long-term care residents in a manner that fosters friendship, compassion and understanding in a relaxed, home-like atmosphere.