Community — The 4C Integrated Inclusion Strategy

We are partnering with educational and community organizations, as well as suppliers, in the communities where we live and work to promote economic and workforce development,  entrepreneurship, education, and a healthy environment.

Learn about some of UPMC's community initiatives below.

Community Social Responsibility

Through the Partnership Council, the UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion supports the creation of a diverse, job-ready candidate pool, K-12 health career education, the advancement of healthy lifestyles, and the promotion of dignity and respect.

» Find out more about our Workforce Development initiative.
» Learn more about our Healthy Communities initiative.

Community Benefits

Learn about the jobs, economic support, and overall benefit each of our hospitals, facilities, and divisions provides to your neighborhood through UPMC Community Benefits.

» Read, watch, and listen to stories of lives changed by UPMC.

The Pittsburgh Promise

UPMC is committed to improving college enrollment rates for Pittsburgh-area students.

» Learn about UPMC's $100 million commitment to the Pittsburgh Promise.

Diverse Suppliers

UPMC benefits its immediate communities by supporting local suppliers, including minority, women-owned, and disadvantaged businesses (MWDBE).

» See how your business can take part in UPMC’s Supplier Diversity Program.
» Watch Mary's story now, and learn about her experience with the MWDBE program.

Environment Initiatives

UPMC is dedicated to respecting the environment and the resources we all share.

» Learn about UPMC's environmental initiatives.

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