4800 Steubenville Pike
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Phone: (412) 922-6900
Fax: (412) 922-1474
4800 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh, PA, US, 15205
- Phone: (412) 922-6900
- Fax: (412) 922-1474
This is a 195-bed facility that has more than 30 specialities, ranging from surgery to kidney dialysis, cosmetic surgery, occupational medicine, emergency medicine and physical rehabilitation. There are also a variety of educational and support programs available to the public.
Stretching from Hampshire Avenue to Coast Avenue in Pittsburg, Canton Avenue is not a regular pathway. It is in fact, the steepest public street in the United States. Stretching across 630 feet (192), this street couldn't beat New Zealand's Baldwin Street to attain the 'World's Steepest Street' title. Canton Avenue is a cobbled pathway that is a venue for Pittsburgh's annual bike race Dirty Dozen. Cycling upwards on this street may be a herculean task, but do give it a try.
A historic community nestled in the bustling City of Pittsburg, the Chatham Village is certainly a historical area. Evolved in 1930s, Clarence Stein and Henry Wright designed this district. Though targeted to be an affordable housing option, it soon attracted affluent residents owing to the beautiful town plan. It featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
Located on the Sampsonia Way in Pittsburgh, City of Asylum serves as a temporary safe house for writers in exile from countries across the world. Here, the writers are offered residence for up to two years, during which the writer can continue writing and express his thoughts. Apart from a temporary residence, the writer benefits from medical coverage, a living stipend and further assistance for permanent exile. During the transition duration, book reading and poetry sessions are held here regularly. In the past, famous writers/ poets like Huang Xiang from China, Khet Mar from Burma and Horacio Castellanos Moya from El Salvador have resided at the City of Asylum. The center is also known for hosting the annual Jazz Poetry Concert in September on the Sampsonia Way. Well known poets like Alexandra Petrova and Sonia Sanchez have participated in the previous editions of the festival.
Finally, an advocate for the canines and other helpless creatures, four legged or not! This organization enforces animal rights and provides abandoned pets a shelter, apart from finding them homes. They take pride in the fact that they are the only no-kill animal shelter in Pittsburgh; euthanasia is not supported. There is a shop too, where you can find accessories for your pet and pet food. Try adopting one of the pets they shelter; and if you don't think you are ready for that yet, you can financially support them with your donations.
The Perry High School is also famously referred as the Perry Traditional Academy or the Pittsburgh Perry High School. The school enrolls students from Grade 9 through Grade 12 and strives hard to impart quality education. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.
The hospital is part of the West Penn-Allegheny Health System; it has 698 beds and an emergency and trauma center. The facility specializes in everything from cardiology to general surgery, pediatrics, sports medicine, transplant surgery and adult trauma.
St. Clair Hospital is a 308-bed facility that offers care in pediatrics, family practice, gynecology/obstetrics, surgery, emergency medicine and psychiatry. The hospital offers a variety of educational programs and support groups for the public.
Pittsburgh is located at the junction of the rivers Monongahela and Allegheny, and is known to be the second largest city in Pennsylvania. This city is known to have around 450 bridges and some great universities. Come here to experience the culture and beauty of this place, with its huge list of museums giving you a clear idea of their rich heritage.
The Dollar Bank is a national bank for individuals and corporate customers with several branches across Pennsylvania and Ohio. The Pennsylvania headquarters is in downtown Pittsburgh in a splendid Beaux Arts building. This building is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Trinity Cathedral is immediately visible from anywhere on Sixth Avenue. Inspired by 14-century English style, Architect Gordon Lloyd of Detroit built this Gothic edifice in 1871. Although the church was partially destroyed by fire in 1969, the interior continues to reflect a Victorian style. In addition to a historic courtyard, the cemetery houses some of the oldest graves in Pittsburgh. Although it may seem slightly out of keeping with the cathedral's past, the building hosts concerts in the spring and fall.
Previously a church, the Pittsburgh Grand Hall at the Priory opened to the public in 1995 and has since always been in the news. As the name suggests, Grand Hall is a beautifully decorated hall that hosts banquets, conferences and business meetings. It is also the place to hold trade shows and other events. The colored mosaic glass windows are huge and the gigantic pillars disappear into the roof! The view from the gallery above, overlooking the hall is just gorgeous. The glitter and glamor of the place is bound to leave anyone with good memories.