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UPMC Home Care Services

For patients who need hospital-like care at home, the UPMC Home Care program provides a wide range of in-home services, including:

UPMC Home Care--with access to some of the world's best doctors, an expert staff of nurses and technicians, and the latest in disease treatment--is the region's largest network of in-home health services, caring for patients of all ages in western Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia, and eastern Ohio.

We offer coordinated services throughout Allegheny and nearly 30 other counties throughout western Pennsylvania, whether the need is a wheelchair or a hospital bed, chemotherapy or complex oxygen therapy, a visiting nurse for a day or an array of professionals for a chronic condition.

Contact Us

Call UPMC Home Care to request in-home health care services, or your doctor may provide a referral:

1-888-860-CARE (2273)
Toll-free, staffed 24 hours a day by registered nurses and other specialists

Hearing-impaired service

UPMC/Jefferson Regional Home Health, LP
1-888-860-CARE (2273)

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