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For more information, or to make an appointment, use our contact form below or call GI Surgical Oncology at 412-647-0312.

Correspondence Address/Referrals

Gastrointestinal Surgery
Scaife Hall
3550 Terrace St., Suite 497
Pittsburgh, PA 15261

412-647-0312

Contact Information for Physicians

Please call UPMC’s 24-hour physician referral service at
1-866-884-8579 or 412-692-2400.

International Callers

Callers from outside the United States should add the country code "001" to the beginning of any of the listed telephone numbers. For additional assistance, visit UPMC Global Care.

Billing questions

For billing questions, please contact UPP Customer Service at 412-442-9600. Or call toll free at 1-888-647-9600.

Prescriptions

If you need to renew a medication we prescribed, please call your surgeon’s office 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, several days before your last dose. Please have the telephone number of your pharmacy ready when you call us. We will call the new prescription into the pharmacy. We can not renew prescriptions for medications we did not prescribe for you. We also are not able to call in narcotic prescriptions. If you feel you are having problems, please call us during the hours noted above.

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