Hours of Operation

Monday & Friday | 7 AM – 5 PM
Tuesday – Thursday | 8 AM – 6 PM

Walk-ins welcome at all locations!

Should you require services after normal business hours, simply call the health center at (570) 278-7500 and speak with our answering service. The operator will connect you with the provider on-call.

For medical emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. For mental health crises, call (570) 348-6100.

Please note that prescription refills are processed during normal business hours only.

Paradise Valley Plaza
Phone:
(570) 282-5189
127 Route 106
Greenfield Township, PA 18407


As a small town rooted in family and friendship, Greenfield Township is home to roughly 2,000 people. With three residential lake communities and a ski resort in close proximity, the local economy enjoys active tourism during both summer and winter months. The sudden absence of health services in the wake of Marian Community Hospital’s closing served as the catalyst for NEPA Community Health Care’s decision to reestablish affordable and accessible care in this area.

Located between Clifford and Carbondale, our Greenfield Township health center conveniently shares the Paradise Valley Plaza with a general store and gas station, as well as car and dog wash facilities. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

About Our Namesake

Andrew Charles Mazza was born on July 15, 1992 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The son of Phillip Mazza and Kimberly Robbins and brother of Kathleen Mazza, Andrew was a 2011 graduate of Lakeland High School and further pursued his passion for machine tool technology at the Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County.

Andrew spent most of his life in Greenfield Township, as did three generations before him. Following in those same footsteps, Andrew proudly became a member of the Operating Engineers Union, Local 542. He loved trucks, skydiving, snowmobiling, running heavy equipment, and spending time with his family and friends at Newton Lake. Andrew was often described as a smile when you didn’t have your own, as an extra set of hands when you didn’t have enough, and as the company you were always happy to have.

Andrew’s life ended abruptly on February 21, 2016 when he chose self-sacrifice over self-preservation, ensuring the life of another. It is because of Andrew’s actions and this community’s overwhelming demonstration of love and support for his family that this health center was made possible. The care provided in Andrew’s name will have immeasurable impact for generations to come. Together, we are not only creating a healthier community but also ensuring that Andrew’s name and spirit live on as a beacon of light, love and sacrifice for one another. 

Healthcare building in Greenfield Township
NEPA Community Health Care Sign in Greenfield Township
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Mountain View Plaza
Phone:
(570) 879-5249
25066 State Route 11
Hallstead, PA 18822


Despite more than one natural disaster, the Hallstead health center has not only survived but continues to thrive as one of our busiest offices. Don’t let its high volume fool you though! Our dedicated staff of professionals is committed to providing personalized care in an efficient timeframe – getting you in, out and on your way with the care you need.

Located a quarter-mile from Interstate 81’s Great Bend exit, our Hallstead health center is convenient for travelers and locals alike. In addition to the health center, the Mountain View Plaza houses Rob’s Market, Tedeschi’s Restaurant & Pizzeria, NBT Bank and more. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

Tannery Place
Phone:
(570) 278-7500
498 South Main Street, Suite D
Montrose, PA 18801


As the county seat, Montrose is home to a multitude of small businesses and social service organizations. The people of Montrose can be described as nothing short of actively engaged citizens who continually strive to propel this small town to greater heights with their collective spirit of community service.

Montrose impressively hosts an annual Chocolate & Wine Festival, Blueberry Festival, Fourth of July Parade and Christmas in Montrose Celebration, not to mention the monthly 3rd Friday events coordinated by the Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce! Add nearby Salt Springs State Park to that list, and you could never say there is a shortage of things to do and places to go in Montrose. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

Located within Tannery Place, our Montrose health center shares space with Leatherstocking Gas Company, CareNet of NEPA and the Madhouse Café.

About Our Namesake

Matthew Waldron Stahl was born on June 15, 2004 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Son of John and Rachel, he was a little brother to Michayla and five years later, became a big brother to Jack. From the moment Matthew entered this world, he was a little ball of energy that smiled constantly. When he became a toddler, he loved to make people laugh. As he grew, so did his energy. His smile and giggle became undeniably infectious. Anyone who heard him couldn’t help but chuckle along with him.

Matthew was extremely passionate in anything he did. Whether it was loving, laughing, crying, caring, worshipping, imagining or writing, he did it wholeheartedly. An insatiable desire to learn and discover new things kept him very busy and always on the go. Whenever possible, he was outside playing with his siblings, his dog Montana, riding his bike, building a fort, playing pirates and many other things that he had stored up in his imagination.

Another one of Matthew’s passions was going to church and learning about our Gracious, Merciful God. Every night, Matthew would read from his “Action Bible” and “Comic Book Bible”. Both tell stories in comic book fashion and have awesome illustrations that any young boy would love! One of the last stories that Matthew read and marked in his bible was based on Matthew 9:9 – “As Jesus went on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax collector’s booth. ‘Follow me,’ he told him, and Matthew got up and followed him.” (NIV) Young Matthew could not contain his excitement when he showed his parents the picture of Jesus saying “Matthew, come and follow me” in his Action Bible. Little did his family know that the Lord truly was calling Matthew to follow Him.

On October 29, 2012, Matthew’s beautiful life was ended abruptly and he was taken home to be with his Father in Heaven.

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Andrew C. Mazza Memorial Health Center

Paradise Valley Plaza
Phone:
(570) 282-5189
127 Route 106
Greenfield Township, PA 18407


As a small town rooted in family and friendship, Greenfield Township is home to roughly 2,000 people. With three residential lake communities and a ski resort in close proximity, the local economy enjoys active tourism during both summer and winter months. The sudden absence of health services in the wake of Marian Community Hospital’s closing served as the catalyst for NEPA Community Health Care’s decision to reestablish affordable and accessible care in this area.

Located between Clifford and Carbondale, our Greenfield Township health center conveniently shares the Paradise Valley Plaza with a general store and gas station, as well as car and dog wash facilities. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

About Our Namesake

Andrew Charles Mazza was born on July 15, 1992 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The son of Phillip Mazza and Kimberly Robbins and brother of Kathleen Mazza, Andrew was a 2011 graduate of Lakeland High School and further pursued his passion for machine tool technology at the Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County.

Andrew spent most of his life in Greenfield Township, as did three generations before him. Following in those same footsteps, Andrew proudly became a member of the Operating Engineers Union, Local 542. He loved trucks, skydiving, snowmobiling, running heavy equipment, and spending time with his family and friends at Newton Lake. Andrew was often described as a smile when you didn’t have your own, as an extra set of hands when you didn’t have enough, and as the company you were always happy to have.

Andrew’s life ended abruptly on February 21, 2016 when he chose self-sacrifice over self-preservation, ensuring the life of another. It is because of Andrew’s actions and this community’s overwhelming demonstration of love and support for his family that this health center was made possible. The care provided in Andrew’s name will have immeasurable impact for generations to come. Together, we are not only creating a healthier community but also ensuring that Andrew’s name and spirit live on as a beacon of light, love and sacrifice for one another. 

Healthcare building in Greenfield Township
NEPA Community Health Care Sign in Greenfield Township
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Hallstead Health Center

Mountain View Plaza
Phone:
(570) 879-5249
25066 State Route 11
Hallstead, PA 18822


Despite more than one natural disaster, the Hallstead health center has not only survived but continues to thrive as one of our busiest offices. Don’t let its high volume fool you though! Our dedicated staff of professionals is committed to providing personalized care in an efficient timeframe – getting you in, out and on your way with the care you need.

Located a quarter-mile from Interstate 81’s Great Bend exit, our Hallstead health center is convenient for travelers and locals alike. In addition to the health center, the Mountain View Plaza houses Rob’s Market, Tedeschi’s Restaurant & Pizzeria, NBT Bank and more. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

Matthew W. Stahl Memorial Health Center

Tannery Place
Phone:
(570) 278-7500
498 South Main Street, Suite D
Montrose, PA 18801


As the county seat, Montrose is home to a multitude of small businesses and social service organizations. The people of Montrose can be described as nothing short of actively engaged citizens who continually strive to propel this small town to greater heights with their collective spirit of community service.

Montrose impressively hosts an annual Chocolate & Wine Festival, Blueberry Festival, Fourth of July Parade and Christmas in Montrose Celebration, not to mention the monthly 3rd Friday events coordinated by the Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce! Add nearby Salt Springs State Park to that list, and you could never say there is a shortage of things to do and places to go in Montrose. Walk-ins are always welcome, so don’t hesitate to stop in the next time you’re passing through!

Located within Tannery Place, our Montrose health center shares space with Leatherstocking Gas Company, CareNet of NEPA and the Madhouse Café.

About Our Namesake

Matthew Waldron Stahl was born on June 15, 2004 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Son of John and Rachel, he was a little brother to Michayla and five years later, became a big brother to Jack. From the moment Matthew entered this world, he was a little ball of energy that smiled constantly. When he became a toddler, he loved to make people laugh. As he grew, so did his energy. His smile and giggle became undeniably infectious. Anyone who heard him couldn’t help but chuckle along with him.

Matthew was extremely passionate in anything he did. Whether it was loving, laughing, crying, caring, worshipping, imagining or writing, he did it wholeheartedly. An insatiable desire to learn and discover new things kept him very busy and always on the go. Whenever possible, he was outside playing with his siblings, his dog Montana, riding his bike, building a fort, playing pirates and many other things that he had stored up in his imagination.

Another one of Matthew’s passions was going to church and learning about our Gracious, Merciful God. Every night, Matthew would read from his “Action Bible” and “Comic Book Bible”. Both tell stories in comic book fashion and have awesome illustrations that any young boy would love! One of the last stories that Matthew read and marked in his bible was based on Matthew 9:9 – “As Jesus went on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax collector’s booth. ‘Follow me,’ he told him, and Matthew got up and followed him.” (NIV) Young Matthew could not contain his excitement when he showed his parents the picture of Jesus saying “Matthew, come and follow me” in his Action Bible. Little did his family know that the Lord truly was calling Matthew to follow Him.

On October 29, 2012, Matthew’s beautiful life was ended abruptly and he was taken home to be with his Father in Heaven.

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Montrose Healthcare location