UPMC - Home Care and Hospice
UPMC - Home Care and Hospice - Home Monitoring Equipment
Provides a unique tele-health monitoring service to patients in their homes. This daily home monitoring equipment is a small machine placed in a patient's home that collects an individual's vital signs such as weight, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, heart rate and temperature. Each day a calming voice guides the patient through a simple procedure to collect this data and then sends this information to nurses at Home Care & Hospice for evaluation. Nurses notify the patient's physician if there are any changes in condition so problems may be addressed early - preventing an emergency room visit or hospital admission.
1100 Grampian Boulevard
Fourth Floor
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am - 5:00pm; Saturdays, 8:00am - noon
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (570) 320-7690 Main
  • (570) 320-7690 Main
  • (570) 320-7898 Fax
  • (800) 848-2213 Other
Intake Requirements: Home Health referral.
Intake Procedure: Referral from doctor called in or faxed to 570-323-0716.
Geographical Area: Lycoming County, Sullivan County, Tioga County, Bradford County, Potter County, Clinton County, Union County, Northumberland County, Snyder County
Facility/ADA access: Yes.
Service Contact: Rachel Segraves, Administrative Assistant, 570-320-7690, rsegraves@susquehannahealth.org
  • E-Health Visits
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UPMC - Home Care and Hospice
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