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50 Years of life-changing services

This month, Adagio Health celebrates 50 years of providing health and wellness services and support in western Pennsylvania and beyond.
 

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You're Welcome Here

COVID-19 Help & Resources

Testing, vaccine distribution & immediate assistance. 
Phone numbers and listings all in one place.
 

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COVID-19 Help & Resources

Mobile Health Care Unit

Our brand-new Mobile Health Care Unit provides health and wellness services to communites in northwestern PA.
 

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Mobile Health

Now Offering Video Visits!

Compassionate, inclusive care.  Right where you are.  Same day appointments available!\
 

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Video Visits

Family planning care for all

Birth control, STI/HIV testing & treatment, basic infertility services, pregnancy testing, and more. Regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
 

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Family planning

Protect yourself against HIV

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is shown to reduce risk of HIV by up to 99% when taken correctly.
 

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PrEP Services

Adagio HealthCheck

Adult immunizations, basic health screenings, PrEP, tobacco cessation options, and more. All at Adagio Health.
 

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Health Check

Locations

Adagio Health serves over 110,000 patients, clients & families every year. 
A list of Adagio Health medical offices & phone numbers is below.  Click “Find Care” for information on additional providers including medical, WIC, and Power Up locations.

Adagio Health Butler
724-282-2730

Adagio Health Center Township
(Beaver County)
724-375-8147

Adagio Health Edinboro
814-734-7600

Adagio Health Erie
814-453-4718

Adagio Health Indiana
724-349-2022

Adagio Health New Castle
724-658-6681

Adagio Health Seneca
814-676-1811

Adagio Health Uniontown
724-437-1582
 

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Donate

As public funding for care for vulnerable families continues to decline, your financial support is more important than ever.


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Better Health Outcomes
Speaker Series

Coming up... 


 

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Black Maternal Health: An American Crisis

Originally presented on February 25th, 2021
 As we recognize Black Maternal Health week, Adagio Health presents Dr. Dara Mendez, Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh & member of the Infant Mortality Collaborative for Allegheny County and the Pennsylvania Maternal Morality Review Committee; along with Representative Morgan Cephas (D-Philadelphia), Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus Subcommittee on Women & Girls of Color. Watch the full session below! 
   
 

Healthcare Services

We Care For You

Adagio Health is the trusted partner in healthcare for thousands of women and their families in Western Pennsylvania. With nearly half a century of service, we care deeply about our patients and are proud to be a part of their communities.

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Healthcare

Education Services

Education is key in improving
health and well-being

That's why Adagio Health is empowering local communities to address sexuality, reproductive health, positive relationship building, and cultivating healthy life skills through programming designed for community members of all ages, and professionals looking to improve their skill sets.

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Education

Nutrition Services

We are Western Pennsylvania's
nutrition experts.

Adagio Health is helping to make the healthy choice the easy choice for families and individuals across Western PA. Our team, comprised of registered dietitians, nutritionists, nutrition assistants, and breastfeeding peer counselors provide nutrition education to all ages through the Power Up and WIC programs.

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Nutrition

Your Story

How Has Adagio Health Impacted Your Life?

We invite you to share your stories with us. Whether through healthcare, nutrition, or education programs, we want to know how we’ve helped you.

Your story is powerful. We want to help you use your voice to ensure that you will have access to essential health services.

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Latest News & Updates

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Feb. 8,
2021
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

According to Break The Cycle, in Pennsylvania alone, almost 10% of high school students have already had an encounter...

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Jan. 21,
2021
Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in women; however, cervical cancer is a preventable disease.

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Nov. 3,
2020
WIC Shopper Assistance

Adagio Health has a goal to meet WIC recipients where they are - in the grocery store, shopping for WIC foods.

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