Mercy-Healthtrax building bought by Pittsburgh-based Jefferson Regional Medical Center
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, August 7, 2008
Pittsburgh-based Jefferson Regional Medical Center has purchased the Mercy-Healthtrax building in Bethel Park, PA. The facility will become known as the Jefferson Regional Medical Center Health Pavilion, and healthcare tenants already in the building are expected to stay the same. Tenants in the 60,000 square-foot pavilion currently include: Jefferson Regional Medical Center physical therapy, Jefferson Regional Medical Center Diagnostic Services, Healthtrax, South Hills Family Medicine, Greater Pittsburgh OB/GYN, Preferred Primary Care Physicians, Steel Valley Orthopedic Associates and Medical Rehabilitation.
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