• Power restored!

    Power was restored late last night to the BHS Crossroads Campus building; however, our office
    on Oneida Valley Road remains closed until we can confirm that all X-ray equipment and electronic
    health records are operational. Patients previously scheduled at this specific location have been
    temporarily redirected to another office or rescheduled. Thank you for your patience as we work
    to restore our office to full capacity.

    If you need to reach us, please use the UPMC Patient Portal, MyUPMC.com, or email us at

  • Thanksgiving office hours

    Tri Rivers will be closed for Thanksgiving. To accommodate our patients,
    there will be limited patient hours at select offices on Friday, Nov. 23. 

    Submit prescription requests early in the week to allow adequate time
    for processing. For assistance during this time, call 1-866-874-7483.

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  • Cheering on
    Slippery Rock

    Tri Rivers Drs. Megan Groh Miller and John Richmond serve
    as team physicians for Slippery Rock University. Dr. Miller, right, is
    pictured with Slippery Rock football athletic trainer Scott Morrison.
    Best of luck to The Rock as they continue their NCAA Division II
    playoff run Saturday against University of New Haven!
  • Committed to
    orthopedic learning

    Dr. Joshua Szabo served as a course chairman for this year’s AANA
    (Arthroscopy Association of North America) conference, "Treatments for
    Wrist and Elbow Problems," at The Orthopaedic Learning Center in Illinois. 
    Dr. Szabo frequently lectures nationally to educate the orthopedic
    physician community on the latest treatment options and surgical techniques. 

  • Congrats, Pine-Richland!

    Dr. Robert Waltrip, Tri Rivers orthopedic sports medicine surgeon and
    Pine-Richland team physician, and the entire Tri Rivers team congratulate the
    Rams on their second straight WPIAL Class 6A title! Good luck to the Rams as
    they head to the PIAA quarterfinals in Hershey this weekend.

Join us at an upcoming community event and get to know our physicians and staff. Visit the events calendar for more information.


Our clinical team — comprised of 13 orthopedic surgeons, two primary care sports medicine specialists, six physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists (physiatrists) and two rheumatologists — covers the broad spectrum of musculoskeletal care.

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When renaming our practice, much consideration was given to select a name that more accurately reflects the broad scope of services and specialties we offer, including: orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and rheumatology.

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Staff at Tri Rivers Musculoskeletal Centers cares for patients in six convenient locations in Allegheny and Butler counties, including two offices each in the Butler and Cranberry communities, and one each in North Hills, Saxonburg and Slippery Rock.

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