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By Sam Spatter
Monday, Dec. 24, 2012, 7:47 p.m.
 

Jefferson Regional Medical Center is planning an expansion with a surgery center and office space for physicians at its Bethel Park campus as part of a partnership with Highmark Inc., the hospital said.

The Bethel Park campus, at 1000 Highbee Drive, offers diagnostic imaging, cardiac testing, women's services, orthopedic care, laboratory, virtual colonoscopy and other services, including physical and aquatic therapy. Astorino was selected as architect for the expansion, said Al Ragan, vice president, diagnostic services and business development.

The medical center said that Dr. Chong S. Park, a cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon, was appointed medical director of the Heart Institute at Jefferson Regional. Jefferson Regional Cardiologist, Dr. James F. Shanahan IV, will serve as associate director.

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