GROVE CITY, Pa. – Allegheny Health Network (AHN) announced this week it is acquiring Grove City Medical Center (GCMC). Grove City’s operations will become the nineth hospital in the Pittsburgh-based health care system.
Hospital officials say AHN will help the financial situation for Grove City.
AHN officials say the merger will give local residents more access to specialized care and doctors.
The deal must undergo government review and approval.
AHN and GCMC will help to fund a new independent Grove City Health Care Foundation with an initial endowment of up to $30 million. AHN will also invest an additional $40 million over the next decade to enhance operations in Grove City.
AHN is the largest health care network in western Pennsylvania with a singular integrated electronic health record across its many sites of care.