What you need to know
Are you concerned about skin cancer? Have you had prolonged exposure to the sun? Do you use a tanning bed?
ACMH joins an elite group of only 370+ Screening Centers across the country following Best Practices outlined by the Lung Cancer Alliance.
The Baltimore-based Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN) has appointed Dr. Blair Jobe to its board of directors.
This year, all proceeds support the purchase of a new Linear Accelerator
to administer radiation cancer treatments at ACMH.
Having regular screening tests beginning at age 50 could save your life!
ACMH offers Tenex Health TX, a safe, quick procedure specially designed for those who are suffering from painful conditions associated with tendon damage.
MedReturn unit gives local residents a safe, environmentally friendly way to dispose of unwanted medication.
Reflux sufferers, meet LINX - a revolutionary solution for gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Screening & diagnosis now can be completed in one appointment, leading to faster decision on treatment.
Armstrong County Commissioners signed a resolution authorizing a $1,000,000 construction grant for the expansion and renovation of the ACMH Cancer Center.
Representatives from ACMH Hospital presented a gift to local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers: King Vision Video Laryngoscopes.
ACMH Hospital is proud to announce that it has been designated a UPMC Health Plan Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery Center of Excellence.
On July 3rd, ACMH Hospital received a grant to implement telepsychiatry from the Staunton Farm Foundation.