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Prostate Cancer Center, a Division of Urology of Central PA, Joins UPMC Pinnacle

  • Urology of Central PA is committed to provide the most advanced, accessible and responsive urologic care in Central Pennsylvania.
  • In the best interest of our patients, Urology of Central PA decided to sell the Prostate Cancer Center, a division of our practice, to UPMC Pinnacle in January 2019.
  • Urology of Central PA remains an independent medical practice.
  • Urology of Central PA chose UPMC Pinnacle to purchase the Prostate Cancer Center to best ensure the advancement and accessibility of prostate cancer care in the region.
  • The Prostate Cancer Center is a state-of-the-art facility staffed by highly-skilled specialists who have decades of invaluable experience treating prostate cancer.
  • The Prostate Cancer Center almost exclusively treats prostate cancer patients using external beam radiation therapy.
    • The Prostate Cancer Center uses the latest technology in treating prostate cancer.
    • Radiation therapy includes both Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) and Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT).
  • As a result, a Dr. David Salinger and other Prostate Cancer Center associates became employees of UPMC Pinnacle.
  • The Prostate Cancer Center continues to be located in the same building as Urology of Central PA at 100 Corporate Circle Drive, Camp Hill.
  • The purchase of the Prostate Cancer Center will provide UCPA and UPMC Pinnacle increased opportunities to offer preventative care, partner closely on prostate cancer services, and provide more/varied/different treatment options for patients.
  • Urology of Central PA remains deeply committed to prostate cancer care and accessible, responsive treatment. We will still meet our community’s need for high-quality, convenient, cost-efficient urologic and prostate cancer care.
  • Patients will continue to have access to the UCPA-hosted support group that meets every third Thursday of every other month (February, April, June, August. October & December).
  • Patients will still have access to free prostate cancer screenings (PSA and DRE).
  • Maintaining our relationships with ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, the PA Prostate Cancer Coalition, and the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) remains important to Urology of Central PA.

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