Grove City Medical Center

Grove City Medical Center may be categorized as a small rural community hospital, but it has never been short of big ideas and lofty goals. From its very beginning in 1978, when mergers and acquisitions were not nearly as prevalent as they are today, the hospital was a pioneer in the healthcare industry, making national newspaper headlines. Grove City Medical Center is the result of the merger of two smaller hospitals, one of which was home to osteopaths and the other staffed by medical doctors.

Governed by a local board of trustees, the hospital has provided health and medical care for the people in its surrounding area for 40 years and has been described as “big enough to get the job done, yet small enough to care.”

Noted in the region for extraordinarily low infection and readmission rates, the hospital regularly earns high marks in patient satisfaction.

Its busy emergency department sees more than 17,000 patients annually, and is typically the receiving facility for victims of car crashes along heavily traveled nearby Interstates 79 and 80. In 2014, the emergency department earned accreditation as a Level IV Trauma Center, only the second hospital in the commonwealth to achieve the new designation.

GCMC offers a full complement of diagnostic and medical services, and as Chief Executive Officer Rob Jackson often explains, “We can provide for 90 percent of the health and medical needs most people require in their lifetime, and for those we cannot, we can help them access the appropriate level of care.”

Grove City Medical Center

(Located just inside the front entrance of the hospital
) 631 N. Broad Street Ext.
Grove City, PA 16127
Monday-Friday, 6:00 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, 6:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Sunday—Main Lab only, located in 2nd main hallway just past Cardiovascular Services