suburban outpatient pavilion

The Lancaster General Health Suburban Outpatient Pavilion on Harrisburg Pike is one of 14 outpatient centers operated by Lancaster General Health in Lancaster, York and Chester counties

Lancaster General Health is the biggest employer in Lancaster County, and its impact on the community is similarly outsized:

•7,100+ employees.

•Provides services at downtown Lancaster General Hospital, Women & Babies Hospital and Lancaster Rehabilitation Hospital, along with 14 outpatient centers, 22 primary care practices, 21 specialty care practices, three urgent care centers and one LG Health Express in Lancaster, York and Chester counties.

•Operates the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, a private, accredited four-year school with more than 1,400 students offering associate and baccalaureate degree programs as well as certificate programs.

•$398.7 million in salaries, other compensation and employee benefits paid in fiscal year 2013, the latest year for which information is available.

•$8.72 million for charity care to patients with little to no health insurance in 2014.

•$62 million in unreimbursed Medicaid costs in 2014.

•$2.88 million for payments in lieu of taxes, or PILOT payments, to the City of Lancaster (which received $1.38 million) and Lancaster School District ($1.5 million) in 2014.

•$923,000 in property taxes paid to local municipalities on non-exempt property in 2014.

•$2.62 million in property taxes paid to area school districts in 2014.

•$5 million in grants and non-cash assistance to other local schools and organizations in fiscal year 2013. Recipients included the American Heart Association, Columbia Borough School District, Community Life Network, Edward Hand Medical Heritage Foundation, Lancaster City Alliance, Lancaster County Medical Foundation,  Millersville University, Rohrerstown Fire Company, United Way of Lancaster County and WITF Inc.

•Community health and wellness programs include help for people who want to quit smoking, weight-management classes, childbirth and new family education and domestic violence/sexual assault programs.

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