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Life at UPMC

The reasons for joining UPMC are as varied as the people who work here. You may be looking for a way to make a difference in someone’s life. Or have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge health care technologies. Or give back to the community by bringing quality health care to those who need it most. 

Whatever your reasons, we support our greatest asset – our people – with one of the best compensation and benefits packages available. 

Here’s something else that sets us apart: our commitment to inclusion.

Our unique Center for Engagement and Inclusion in Health Care, is a resource center for UPMC employees, business partners, and residents in the communities where we live and work that promotes an environment of inclusion, where cultural differences are valued and appreciated.

By ensuring that inclusion is at the core of what we do every day, UPMC will not only continue to be a great company and community citizen, but also a great place to work.

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