Serving the Braddock Community

A number of UPMC facilities, many of which are easily accessible to residents of Braddock, are available to you in meeting your health care needs. Facilities include:

Primary Care Access

UPMC continues to work with local physician practices to expand access to primary care for Braddock residents, including offering expanded evening and weekend hours. Locate a UPMC physician near you.

Health and Community Services

Braddock residents have access to specific programs in their communities, including:

  • Braddock Dental Center of UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside
  • Braddock Family Health Center
  • Family Care Connection of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
  • Homebound Phlebotomy Services
  • House of Hope of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
  • Physician Offices in Forest Hills
  • UPMC Health for Life Summer Camp at Braddock
  • UPMC Steps to a Healthy Community

Click here for a complete list of medical specialties as well as health and community services available to Braddock residents.

Contact Information

For more information about any of these services or programs, please call 412-636-5000.

UPMC McKeesport Outpatient Center

Now open and offering convenient access to:

Three Parkway Center East
Suite 120
2020 Ardmore Blvd. 
Forest Hills, PA 15221

412-636-5333

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