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​Emergency Care at UPMC

No matter how serious your emergency, UPMC has you covered with world-class emergency and urgent care.

Whether you experience a minor laceration, fracture, severe injury, or chest pain, UPMC Emergency Medicine is a trusted resource for quality and timely care.

Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, our experienced emergency physicians and staff will provide you with the treatment you need.

Why Choose UPMC for Emergency Care?

At UPMC, all emergency departments:

  • Have a full-time staff of emergency medicine specialists, 24 hours a day.
  • Use advanced laboratory and imaging technology to diagnose and treat your medical emergency.
  • Coordinate with your doctor and other specialists to get you the best possible care.

Our specially trained experts provide emergency treatments and access to a wide continuum of care for patients experiencing life-threatening:

And, we also offer telemedicine services for emergency care and trauma.

About Emergency Medicine at UPMC

Treating more than 400,000 emergency patients each year, UPMC plays an essential role in caring for the urgent medical needs of residents throughout western Pennsylvania.

Learn more about our hospital emergency departments:

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