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Directions & Parking Information - Comprehensive Lung Center Locations

Comprehensive Lung Center  (Outpatient Services)

Valet parking service for Falk is available from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays from the driveway behind Falk.

Community Outpatient Service Location

McKeesport

Monroeville - Comprehensive Lung Center

 UPMC Presbyterian (Intpatient Services)

Our experts provide inpatient care primarily at UPMC Presbyterian. Patients with a critical illness that require our special expertise are located within the Medical Intensive Care Unit in UPMC Presbyterian. View directions and parking for UPMC Presbyterian.

Public Transit

The Port Authority (PAT) of Allegheny County offers convenient bus service to and within Oakland. Route schedules and maps are available in the lobbies of UPMC Presbyterian and UPMC Montefiore. If you have questions, call the PAT customer service line at 412-442-2000.

Shuttle Service

UPMC's Blue Shuttle runs at various times on weekdays, looping the Oakland campus. Shuttle schedules, which include limited weekend service, are available at the information desks in UPMC Presbyterian, UPMC Montefiore, and Falk. If you have questions about these services, call Parking Operations at 412-647-3194.

Contact Us

Comprehensive Lung Center
Falk Medical Building
Fourth floor
3601 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Schedule an appointment by calling 412-648-6161
or request an appointment online.

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