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By the Numbers: UPMC Facts and Figures

Total Operating Revenue

Total Assets

$10 billion in Fiscal Year 2013

$9.9 billion in Fiscal Year 2013

UPMC Provider Services Division

More than 20 hospitals with more than 4,700 licensed beds

More than 400 clinical locations in western Pennsylvania

More than 5,500 affiliated physicians, including more than 3,500 employed by UPMC

More than 35 UPMC CancerCenter locations with 200 affiliated oncologists

More than 200 psychiatrists and psychologists and more than 600 other clinicians providing behavioral health services at five hospitals and more than 50 outpatient and ambulatory programs

17 Senior Communities, assisting nearly 2,300 senior residents

More than 70 hospital and outpatient rehabilitation facilitiesboth in hospitals and freestanding facilities

UPMC Insurance Services Division

More than 2.3 million members covered by UPMC Insurance Services products

UPMC International and Commercial Services Division

UPMC is commercializing its expertise, bringing world-class health care, advanced technologies, and management to markets throughout the world, including Italy, Ireland, China, Japan, Singapore, and Kazakhstan.


More than 62,000

Annual Patient Activity

More than 264,000 inpatient admissions and observation cases

More than 3.6 million outpatient visits

Nearly 650,000 emergency visits

Nearly 174,000 surgeries

More than 500,000 home care visits

Market Share

61 percent medical-surgical market share in Allegheny County

40 percent medical-surgical market share in western Pennsylvania (29 counties)

Community Benefits

$887 million, including:

  • $268 million in charity care and unreimbursed amounts from programs for the poor
  • $238 million in community health programs and donations
  • $381 million in support for research and education

UPMC’s community benefit contributions exceed 15% of its net patient revenue.

Economic Impact

The spend and respend cycle that UPMC's activities initiate translates into an economic impact of nearly $21.7 billion.


Nearly 1,800 medical residents and clinical fellows

More than 150,000 physicians and other health care professionals participate in our continuing medical education programs each year.

More than 1,000 nurses in training each semester


More than $460 million in National Institutes of Health funding to the University of Pittsburgh and its faculty

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