Trauma Patient and Visitor Resources at UPMC Presbyterian

UPMC Presbyterian is one hospital with two buildings — UPMC Presbyterian and UPMC Montefiore — linked by a pedestrian bridge that crosses over two streets and with links to other buildings as well. Various amenities and resources are available in both buildings, and it’s possible that patients may occasionally receive care in both facilities.

Amenities
 

A full list of amenities for patients and visitors is available in the Patients & Visitors section of the UPMC Presbyterian website.

You also may find it helpful to review the Patient Handbook for UPMC Presbyterian or the Family and Friends Handbook.

Family House
 

Family House, established in 1983, is a nonprofit licensed organization that provides a special “home away from home” for patients and their families who must travel to Pittsburgh for treatment of serious or life-threatening illnesses. By providing a supportive, homelike environment, Family House strives to make a difference in the quality of the families’ lives while they are in Pittsburgh. Located in the Oakland and Shadyside sections of Pittsburgh, Family House operates four free-standing houses (Family House Shadyside, Family House McKee, Family House Neville, and Family House University Place) with a total of 160 guest rooms. For housing information, call 412-647-7777 or visit the Family House website.

CarePagesSM

UPMC has partnered with CarePagesSM to give patients and visitors a way to keep their loved ones and friends updated. CarePages are free, private websites that you can create and personalize. Family, friends, and patients can develop a CarePages website to use during and after a hospital stay and during long-term care.

UPMC Presbyterian

200 Lothrop St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2582

412-647-2345

Schedule an appointment at 1-800-533-UPMC or request an appointment online.

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