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GCMC North Campus

North Campus (Scranton)

Our north campus delivers a small-town feel, with all the conveniences of city life.

North Campus (Scranton)

The North Campus of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine includes Geisinger Community Medical Center and outpatient clinics, as well as a 65 Forward site designed exclusively for people 65 and older.

Geisinger Community Medical Center (GCMC) has been a part of the Geisinger family since 2012. GCMC provides high-quality, coordinated, patient-centered care for residents throughout Lackawanna County and northeastern Pennsylvania. Located in Scranton, GCMC has the only Level II trauma center and electronic intensive care unit in Lackawanna County, providing care for the most seriously ill and injured patients.

Beyond critical care, the team at GCMC coordinates care in areas including: 

  • General surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Interventional radiology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Weight management
  • Oncology
  • Pulmonary care
  • Orthopaedics.

This 285-bed facility offers:

  • Level II Trauma Center
  • Electronic Intensive Care Unit
  • Specialty care

Community partners who host our students include:


Scranton wasn’t always known as home of “The Office.” Incorporated in 1866, Scranton is named in honor of George W. and Seldon Scranton, who founded what became the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company in 1840. By the late 1880s, Scranton was one of the nation’s leading industrial centers, earning the title of “Anthracite Capital of the World.” And later, an important center of the rising labor movement of the early 20th century. 

Today, with a population of about 75,000, Scranton is now home to a growing downtown business district and several colleges and universities. With plenty of outdoor activities, a vibrant arts community and a diverse population, you’ll have every opportunity to honor the city’s rich past while progressing into the future.

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Student life

The Department of Student Affairs is here to support your academic, professional and personal growth. You’ll have access to a variety of resources, student clubs and organizations and cultural activities, all aimed at promoting student engagement. The department also helps with career advising and planning.

A variety of student housing is also available.

Student health and wellness

Geisinger Commonwealth's Student Health Services (SHS) supports your educational experience and minimizes health-related barriers to learning with high-quality health services and health education. Find north campus-specific services.

You’ll also have free access to TimelyCare — a telehealth program that provides access to free, 24/7/365 medical and mental virtual health care from anywhere in the United States.


Scranton is home to Geisinger Commonwealth’s medical sciences building, where the school hosts its annual Summer Research Symposium. The Research Institute extends throughout Geisinger’s footprint. You can easily find a mentor or a research project that suits your interests. Do research at this campus or with the Medical Research Honors Program (MRHP).

Location and parking

Geisinger Community Medical Center is located at 1800 Mulberry St, Scranton, PA 18510.


North Campus team

The following core team of educators manage clinical rotations throughout phases 2 and 3 of the total health curriculum at each regional campus:

  • Tiffany Hughes Eagen, MD
    Regional clerkship director, psychiatry
    Assistant professor of psychiatry
  • Harold Davis, MD
    Regional clerkship director, OB-GYN
    Associate professor of OB-GYN
  • Timothy Farrell, MD
    Regional clerkship director, surgery
    Associate professor of surgery
  • Chelsea Harrison, MD
    Regional clerkship director, family medicine
    Assistant professor of family medicine
  • Wasique Mirza, MD
    Regional clerkship director, medicine
    Associate professor of medicine
  • Jamian Ryan, DO 
    Regional clerkship director, pediatrics
    Assistant professor of pediatrics
  • Uzzal Roy, MD, PhD
    Regional clerkship director, neurology
    Clinical assistant professor of neurology 
  • Amy Wier, DO
    Regional clerkship director, emergency medicine
    Instructor of emergency medicine