MedCall: Physician Referrals, Consults, and Patient Transfers

MedCall is UPMC’s advanced physician-to-physician resource for all aspects of referrals, consults, and patient transfers.

By using MedCall, physicians receive assistance with urgent and nonurgent referrals, all transfer and transportation arrangements, consultations, and follow-up information regarding their patients’ progress. Through MedCall, physicians can consult with specialists throughout UPMC.

MedCall covers referrals, consults, admissions, transfers, air transports, and patient follow-up information.

Contact MedCall

Address
Forbes Tower, Suite 3045
3600 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412-647-7000
1-800-544-2500
Fax: 412-647-7890
E-mail: MedCall@upmc.edu

Key Personnel

G. Daniel Martich, MD
UPMC Office of Referring Physician Relations
412-647-2127

Monica Tietsworth
Administrator
UPMC Office of Referring Physician Relations
412-647-1417

Linda Winters
Clinical Manager
UPMC Office of Referring Physician Relations
412-647-7346

On Demand

On Demand enables community physicians to gain timely access to test results, medical records, and other information for patients hospitalized or treated at UPMC.

The free service is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Contact On Demand at
412-692-2400 or 1-866-884-8579

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