Angeline Elizabeth Kirby Memorial Health Center is a non-profit public health institution that was dedicated in 1931.
The facility was built by Fred M. Kirby in memory of his mother, Angeline Elizabeth Kirby. Using the best materials and artistry, the building was designed as a monument to last for more than 300 years.
Located in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the Kirby Health Center offers state-of-the-art laboratory services in the environmental, clinical, toxicological, and consumer product testing areas. Clients for the laboratory are found locally, nationally, and worldwide.
With concern for the health of those in Northeastern Pennsylvania, a low cost Dental Clinic for children is provided and many non-profit health-related agencies are housed in the facility to offer their services from a central location.