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​Directions to UPMC East

2775 Mosside Boulevard
Monroeville, PA 15146

Via the Parkway (Route 376) From Pittsburgh/Oakland

  • Take the Parkway East toward Monroeville.
  • Take the second Monroeville Exit (Exit 84A) – do not take the Monroeville business exit.
  • Stay in the right lane.  Go straight through the first traffic light and onto Route 48 South (this is Mosside Blvd).
  • Stay in the right lane. You will pass First National Bank and UPMC East on the right.
  • At the next light, make a right turn onto UPMC Drive.
  • As you enter the drive, to access the parking garage go to the left and to go to the Emergency Department or the Main Entrance, go to the right.

Via the Pennsylvania Turnpike

  • Take Exit 57 (Pittsburgh) – stay far left approaching the toll booths
  • Once thru the toll booths, take the far left lane toward Monroeville
  • At the end of the ramp, merge on to Route 22.  Note:  You will be merging into four lanes on Route 22.  The two right lanes go straight through; the two left lanes turn left at the light.  Get in the left turning lane on the right (third of four lanes from the right; second of four lanes from the left) to place you in the correct lane on Mosside Blvd.
  • Make the left turn from Route 22 onto Route 48 (Mosside Blvd). 
  • Stay in the right lane. You will pass First National Bank and UPMC East on the right.
  • At the next light, make a right turn onto UPMC Drive.
  • As you enter the drive, to access the parking garage go to the left and to go to the Emergency Department or the Main Entrance, go to the right.

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