Lehigh Valley Hospital - Schuylkill
Schuylkill Health is a multi-location health system that was originally founded in 1893 as Pottsville Hospital. Today this award-winning health system has grown and continues to serve the needs of Schuylkill County and surrounding communities, with the city of Pottsville remaining its main hub for its services. The health system includes two acute care community hospitals and a surgery center: Schuylkill Medical Center East Norwegian Street, a 126-bed facility, Schuylkill Medical Center South Jackson Street, a 179-bed facility, and Schuylkill Medical Center-Outpatient Surgery Center. All three facilities are accredited by the Joint Commission.
Schuylkill County is nestled between the mountains of east-central Pennsylvania in the Coal Country Corridor of the Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area, where outdoor recreation, unique attractions, fascinating history and a host of exciting events abound. Schuylkill County is a cultural heritage destination unlike any other. A rich mining boom attracted thousands of immigrants from around the world as the region fueled America’s Industrial Revolution. Among these immigrants was D.G. Yuengling, founder and namesake of America’s Oldest Brewery located in the county’s seat of Pottsville. With easy access to the Poconos and big cities such as Philadelphia and New York City, Schuylkill County offers adventure with less hustle and bustle.