Uniontown Hospital

Information & Location

Uniontown Hospital is located at:
500 West Berkeley Street
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401.

The hospital's main telephone number is 724-430-5000.

ATTENTION: Campus renovations have necessitated changing parking patterns at the hospital. Additional parking lots have been converted to patient and visitor parking to allow ample parking availability at the facility. Please look for signs to help direct you to available parking. Thank you for your cooperation. 

For more information regarding campus renovations, please click here.  

I-79 South to PA Turnpike Exit 3 (Cranberry).

East to New Stanton Exit, then take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit.

Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp.

Go straight to second stop light, and then turn right. Go straight, and then make the third left into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

OR

Take Parkway North 579 to 376 East Monroeville Exit to PA Turnpike to New Stanton Exit, and then follow same directions as above.

Take 857 North to Rt. 119 North to McClellandtown Road Exit.

Turn right at end of exit ramp onto Route 21.  

Continue to go straight, passing through two stop lights, over a small bridge and make the second right into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

OR

Take Rt. 43 North to McClellandtown Road Exit.

Bear right off the exit ramp.

Turn right onto Rt. 21.

Continue to go straight, passing through two stop lights, over a small bridge and make the second right into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

Take Rt. 22 West to Rt. 219 South to PA Turnpike (Somerset) West to Rt. 711 Ligonier-Uniontown Exit.

Turn right onto Rt. 31 West. Go to Rt. 982 intersection.

Turn left onto Rt. 932 (past Barsotti Restaurant) to Rt. 119 South.

Take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit.

Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp.

Go straight to second stop light, and then turn right.

Go straight, and then make the third left into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

OR

Take PA Turnpike at Bedford (220). Go West and follow same directions as above.

OR

If coming from Ligonier, Greensburg or Latrobe take Rt. 30 West to Rt. 66 South bypass (toll is $1 - exact change in quarters).

Stay on Rt. 66, which turns into Rt. 119 South.

Take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit.

Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp.

Go straight to second stop light, and then turn right.

Go straight, and then make the third left into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

Take I-70 East to Rt. 51 Pittsburgh-Uniontown Exit.

Take Uniontown Ramp, continue south on Rt. 51 to junction of Rt. 51 and Rt. 119.

Take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit.

Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp.

Go straight to second stop light, and then turn right.

Go straight, and then make the third left into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

OR

Take US 40 East. At the intersection of Rt. 40 and Rt. 119, go straight, and then follow same directions as above.

OR

Take Rt. 21, McClellandtown Road.  Right before reaching the hospital, turn right to enter the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

Take the Liberty Tunnels to Rt. 51 South.

Stay on Rt. 51 South to the intersection of Rt. 51 and Rt. 119 South.

Take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit.

Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp.

Go straight to second stop light, and then turn right.

Go straight, and then make the third left into the Patient/Visitor Parking Lot and park.

OR

Take Parkway East 376 to Turnpike at Monroeville.

Go East to the New Stanton Exit.

Take Rt. 119 South to US 40 "Main Street" Exit, and then follow same directions as above.

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