Universal Health is pleased to announce it has expanded its services into central Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas, beginning January 2021. Universal Health is working with hospitals and other specialty providers to bring high-quality physicians and nurse practitioners to Pennsylvania’s skilled nursing facilities.
“Universal Health is adapting its model of proactive, onsite care to serve the needs of the rehabilitation and long-term care residents of Pennsylvania,” said Joseph Park, Universal Health’s Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “Our specialty is delivering the best possible post-acute and long-term care to patients. We do this by providing highly qualified, experienced healthcare providers to work at the facilities we partner with.”
Marko Adam Miljkovic, MD has been named Universal Health’s lead physician in Pennsylvania. Dr. Miljkovic, a graduate of Penn State University College of Medicine, is a board-certified family physician with over 20 years of experience. Before joining Universal Health, Dr. Miljkovic served as a family physician at Penn State Health Medical Center.
Universal Health collaborates with the clinical and administrative teams at skilled nursing facilities to help address the center’s performance goals and improve patient outcomes. Patient-centered care services include hands-on care, interdisciplinary care coordination, patient advocacy, and medication management. Universal Health’s onsite coverage offers 24/7 availability.
Mr. Park also noted, “Here in Pennsylvania, we have been welcomed with open arms. Nursing facility administrators appreciate the support Universal Health adds to increase measurable results. Our clients report positive changes in hospital readmissions rates, risk management, and patient satisfaction scores.”
Universal Health is open to new partnerships with skilled nursing facilities in the central Pennsylvania area. Contact us to learn more.