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Contact Physician Telemedicine Services at UPMC

For questions or more information about physician telemedicine services at UPMC, please contact:

Natasa Sokolovich, Executive Director, Telemedicine
UPMC Physician Services Division

Administrative Leadership

Lawrence Wechsler, MD
Professor and Chair, Department of Neurology
Vice President of Telemedicine Services, Physician Services Division of UPMC

Natasa Sokolovich
Executive Director, Telemedicine
UPMC Physician Services Division

Clinical Leadership

Burn Jenny Ziembicki, MD
Critical Care Scott Gunn, MD

Joseph English, MD

Emergency Care Donald Yealy, MD
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Hyagriv Simhan, MD
Ophthalmology Gregory Christoff  
Pathology George Michalopoulos, MD
Pediatrics Ricardo Muñoz, MD
Psychiatry Joe Pierri, MD
Radiology Omar Almusa, MD
Stroke Lawrence Wechsler, MD
Surgery Andrew Watson, MD and David Geller, MD
Trauma Lou Alarcon, MD
Wound Care Ellen Dillavou, MD

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