Current News

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. Cardiologist Dr. Arshad Safi will discuss the risk factors for heart disease at a free community seminar next month.

Franklin County community members now have another option when it comes to receiving medical care for unexpected illnesses or minor injuries.

Applications are now being accepted for Summit Health’s 10th annual Premedical Summer Work Experience.

An additional primary care office is now located inside the Waynesboro Medical Office Building. Summit Primary Care, formerly Tri-State Physician Associates, has moved from its temporary location on Welty Road to its permanent location inside Waynesboro Medical Office Building, 601 E. Main St., 3rd Floor, beside Waynesboro Hospital. The practice joined Summit Health last September.

The first babies born at Chambersburg Hospital in 2016 were twin boys, born Jamuary 1 at 8:27 and 8:29 p.m.

Summit Publications

  • Summit Health Annual Report
  • Visiting Ours Newsletter
    Visiting Ours
  • Cancer Annual Report
    Cancer Annual Report - Summit Health Cancer Services
  • Waynesboro Hospital Patient Guide
  • Chambersburg Hospital Patient Guide
    Chambersburg Hospital Patient Guide