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Giving to the Department of Urology

Together the urologists at UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine invite you to UPP406241_Urology_rtc_research_image.pngjoin us in realizing our mission: to become the premier center for urologic care and research in the world.

Our team of urologists and urologic surgeons, many of whom are internationally renowned experts in their specialties, is dedicated to providing outstanding patient care.

Our state-of-the-art research laboratories offer a rich environment where clinicians and researchers work together to discover new ways to diagnosis and treat urologic disease, from minimally invasive surgery to advanced technological approaches in treatment.
Your support is needed to help us maintain a robust research program and expand our clinical excellence. From advancements in therapies to greater research and clinical resources, there are many ways you can make a difference. Each gift helps us to explore new avenues of research and brings us one step closer to making advances in our understanding of urologic diseases for men and women.
To discuss giving opportunities or to make a tax-deductible contribution to UPMC Department of Urology, please contact:
Sam McCrimmon
Medical and Health Sciences Foundation
University of Pittsburgh and UPMC
Forbes Tower, Suite 8084
3600 Forbes Ave. and Meyran
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


(412) 251-3152
mccrimmonsi@upmc.edu

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