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UPMC Department of Family Medicine

If you're looking for primary care in southwestern Pa., come see us. The UPMC Department of Family Medicine offers comprehensive primary care to people of all ages and at all stages of life and health.

What We Can Provide to You and Your Family Members

At UPMC's Family Medicine Department, we:

Family Medicine Experts

Family medicine doctors are board certified and are able to provide care in both the office and the hospital.

Practicing in the discipline of family medicine requires training in caring for:

  • Adults
  • Children
  • Pregnant women
  • Newborns
  • Seniors

Our approach at the UPMC Department of Family Medicine is based on understanding our patients in the setting of their own lives, families, and communities.

We serve as primary care providers and can handle your urgent, routine, and chronic needs in the office.

Improving the Future of Family Medicine

In addition to caring for patients, we also work to improve medical care through research and education in primary care medicine.

We educate and train future physicians in how to provide comprehensive primary care.

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Contact a Family Medicine Health Center

UPMC's Department of Family Medicine has several locations throughout the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.

Find a family medicine health center close to you and call us to make an appointment or find out how we can help you with your primary care needs.

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