On any given day, UPMC
- Admits 3,500 patients
- Delivers 40 babies
- Cares for 2,000 patients in our emergency departments
- Has more than 10,500 outpatient visits
- Provides housing and care for more than 2,300 seniors
- Performs 500 surgeries, 415 MRIs, and 1,400 CTs
- Provides jobs for more than 65,000 people as the largest non-governmental employer in the state
UPMC is a large organization, and it looks like we earn a lot of money. That is true, but with our big company comes big expenses — all to provide and maintain the facilities and services to take care of the people in our communities. Yes, UPMC is nonprofit, which means money that we earn is plowed right back into our services. It doesn't go into shareholders' pockets, like revenue from a for-profit company.
When you think about UPMC's nonprofit status and our contributions to the community, look at the bottom line.
Do the math.
All of these numbers mean that UPMC generates a lot of revenue,
which has some people questioning: Since UPMC is a nonprofit,
where does the money go?
Right back to care for our patients,
members, and the communities we serve.