Allegheny General Hospital
320 East North Avenue
Categories: Lobby-Only Access, Art On Display
Opening its doors in 1885 with modest facilities and medical resources, Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) in Pittsburgh has evolved from 50 beds inside of two adjoining brick homes into one of the country’s premier health-care institutions.
Through the decades, our talented and expert physicians and health-care professionals have always dedicated themselves to providing patients with innovative treatments, pioneering research discoveries, and exceptional medical care that is both personalized and compassionate
Our doctors are world-renowned in their fields and lead exceptional teams of nurses, technicians, clinicians and support staff who deliver advanced care in virtually every medical and surgical specialty. Allegheny General is a national leader in cancer, cardiovascular, neuroscience and orthopedic and rehabilitation care.
Allegheny General Hospital has 576 licensed beds and approximately 800 physicians and 5,000 staff members. We are committed to improving and maintaining the good health of people in our communities and utilizing every possible technology, resource and talent to make that happen.
Each year, Allegheny General Hospital:
*Admits approximately 24,000 inpatients
*Records nearly 300,000 outpatient visits *Handles more than 55,000 emergency department registrations *Performs more than 23,000 surgical procedures
YOUR EXPERIENCE: Upon arrival you will be directed to the Allegheny General Hospital’s Magovern Auditorium, where light refreshments will be offered while you enjoy a video showing the many services and the history of the hospital. In addition, there will be informational tables on employment, health services and other programming. From there you can move on to take photo with Life Flight Helicopter (Contingent upon availability) and/or visit the observation area of an Operating Room.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Restrooms Available: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: Yes
Photography Restrictions: Photos can only be taken in the common areas/ public access areas