Serving the Braddock Community

A number of UPMC facilities, many of which are easily accessible to residents of Braddock, are available to you in meeting your health care needs. Facilities include:

Primary Care Access

UPMC continues to work with local physician practices to expand access to primary care for Braddock residents, including offering expanded evening and weekend hours. Locate a UPMC physician near you.

Health and Community Services

Braddock residents have access to specific programs in their communities, including:

  • Braddock Dental Center of UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside
  • Braddock Family Health Center
  • Family Care Connection of UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
  • Homebound Phlebotomy Services
  • House of Hope of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
  • Physician Offices in Forest Hills
  • UPMC Health for Life Summer Camp at Braddock

Contact Information

For more information about any of these services or programs, please call 412‑636‑5273.​​​

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