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Find a Doctor Search Tool Gets New Look and Features

We’re excited to announce updates to our “Find a Doctor” tool.

We’ve enhanced the search features to better help you find who you’re looking for.You can now narrow your search results until you find the best doctor, midwife, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner to schedule your appointment with.

See all of the new features on Find a Doctor.

Annette- Living-Donor for Liver Transplant Success Story

Living-Donor Liver Transplant Success Story

With over 15,000 people on the liver transplant waitlist, living-donor liver transplants save lives by helping overcome shortages of deceased-donor organs.

UPMC’s Liver Transplant Program is one of the oldest and largest in the country. Our surgeons perform around 150 liver transplants each year.

Watch a video about how Annette’s living-donor liver transplant helped her mother.

General Skin Care

9 Skin Care Questions Answered

Do you ever wonder about dark circles or wrinkles? Dr. Timothy Patton responded to some of the most frequently asked questions about general skin care.

If you have lingering questions, UPMC’s Department of Dermatology diagnoses and treats many different skin diseases and conditions.

Read UPMC HealthBeat’s blog post on Skin Q&A.

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