UPMC South Hills

Bringing World-Class Care to Your Community

UPMC is committed to bringing world-class care closer to home for the people of our region.

With UPMC South Hills, residents in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Peters Township, and northern Washington County have convenient access to an array of specialty and diagnostic care, right in their own neighborhood.

At UPMC South Hills, located just off Route 19 near South Hills Village, patients will find:

  • Free, ample parking
  • Attractive, spacious suites
  • And a friendly, knowledgeable staff dedicated to making every visit pleasant.

Welcoming New Patients



UPMC is pleased to announce that Su Min Cho, MD has joined our team. Dr. Cho is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. She has special interest in inflammatory bowel diseases. Some of the many services available include:

  • Comprehensive gastrointestinal consultation services and close follow-up
  • Screening and therapeutic colonoscopy
  • Diagnostic and therapeutic gastroscopy
  • Nutrition counseling services
  • Non-surgical management of pancreatobiliary disease

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Cho at UPMC South Hills, please call 412-621-7777.

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