Why Support UPMC?

Life Changing Medicine. Every day at UPMC lives are saved and quality of life is restored. We provide hope during difficult illnesses and compassion for every patient.

We are deeply committed to the people who make up our communities and to making sure that everyone who comes through our doors has access to the very best, most advanced health care available.

Through community outreach, we are providing the region with more than 3,000 community health improvement programs. Many of these programs target the unmet needs of vulnerable populations, addressing chronic problems such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer, as well as social issues such as teen pregnancy, violence against women, and elderly living alone.

Since 2006, we have increased our charity and uncompensated care by 55 percent.

We partner with the University of Pittsburgh to support medical research and to make sure that our patients benefit from every available medical innovation, many of which were developed right here in Pittsburgh.

It is our mission to provide outstanding patient care and to shape tomorrow’s health care through clinical innovation, biomedical and health services research, and education.

No matter the size or type, all gifts are meaningful and provide important support for all of the programs at UPMC. Please consider giving today.

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3600 Forbes Ave. & Meyran Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412-647-3048

 

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