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Mission for Inclusion at UPMC

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an American federal holiday, celebrated on the third Monday of every January.  This holiday commemorates Dr. King’s legacy as a civil rights pioneer and his values of compassion, equality, and inclusion.

At UPMC, we strive to make inclusion part of what we do every single day in all of our hospitals and facilities.

Visit the UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion to learn more.

New years resoltions: 1. quit smoking, 2. quit smoking, 3. quit smoking.

Start Your Journey to a Smoke-Free Life

Smoking can be a burden to your health, social life, and wallet. If you smoke a pack of cigarettes a day, you spend over $2,000 a year. We think it’s time to break the habit. In fact, we’re ready to help by providing you with information on quitting methods, cravings, coping, symptoms, and more.

Learn the steps to a smoke-free life on UPMC’s HealthBeat blog.

2013 Transplant Outcomes Report

17,000 Organ Transplants since 1981

For over 30 years, UPMC has been at the forefront of organ transplantation. The recently released 2013 Transplant Outcomes Report breaks down the facts and figures. It shows our capabilities, volumes, and outcomes.

Learn more about UPMC’s excellence and innovation in organ transplantation.

View the 2013 UPMC Transplant Outcomes Report.

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