What's New At Uniontown Hospital

Uniontown Hospital is committed to sharing in our journey with our community and members of the press. 

We are available to discuss breaking medical news and other hot topics but also have physicians and staff ready and available to talk about industry trends, specific health-related topics like disease and treatments as well as human interest stories. We are also available for immediate media inquires for patient status and other spot-news details.

Our team will do all we can to oblige media requests while being mindful of our responsibilities to patient confidentiality and the law to provide accurate and timely information.

We want to engage our community and recognize the importance of doing so through interaction with the press. 


Uniontown Internal News

Hospital extends visitation hours


Uniontown Hospital will begin extending visiting hours to 9:30 p.m. on Monday, in an effort to afford additional time for patients to visit with loved ones.

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Gene Wobert, an ambassador for CORE, speaks at the 2016 CORE flag raising ceremony at Uniontown Hospital.

CORE Flag Raising set for hospital


Uniontown Hospital will again host representatives from the Center for Organ Recovery and Education in honor of National Donate Life Month.

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Dieting dangers addressed


While weight fluctuation over time is normal, clinicians say that repeated substantial losses and gains could negatively impact a person's health.

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Hospital again offers free shredding service for Earth Week


Uniontown Hospital will again offer free document shredding services during Earth Week.

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Pregnancy myths dispelled


Expectant mothers receive plenty of advice during their pregnancy; some good and some bad.

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Krissy and Bill Shiley

Farmington man receives first annual Uniontown Hospital Heart Story Award


A Farmington man has received the first Uniontown Hospital Heart Story of the Year Award.

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Dr. Florencio Cardenas

Longtime Uniontown urologist retires after 40 years


Longtime Uniontown Hospital Urologist Dr. Florencio Cardenas retired in December after more than 40 years at the hospital.

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Dr. John Pensock, right, performs a heart catheterization at the Uniontown Hospital Cath Lab.

Heart disease symptoms and prevention tips


Uniontown Hospital cardiologist Dr. John Pensock talks about heart disease symptoms and tips to promote good heart health.

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Hospital honors Junior Volunteers… via @utwnhospital
Winners will be drawn tomorrow at noon. You can view a full gallery of our wonderful baskets at……
We are entering the final 24 hours of Basket Bonanza here at Uniontown Hospital which benefits our Employee Scholar……
Thank you to our Pastoral Care Department & the Gideons International representatives for participating in the Bles……
Thank you all for your dedication and the healthy difference you make in every life you touch!