After Your Stay at UPMC McKeesport

After your stay with us, you may need to use or learn more about these services:

Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care​

Many patients continue their recovery with the services of physical and occupational therapists and other rehabilitation professionals. Read more about UPMC Centers for Rehab Services.

Not all patients go back home immediately after a hospital stay. Read more about:

Home Care and Medical Equipment​

After returning home from their hospital stay, some patients receive follow-up care in their home. Read more about UPMC’s home care services.

UPMC’s Staying at Home program offers services for those who need some assistance but want to continue living in their own homes.

​Some patients need wheelchairs, special bathroom supplies, hospital-type beds, or other medical equipment when they go home. Read more about medical equipment.

Scheduling Follow-up Appointments

After you leave the hospital, your doctor may request that you have additional tests or exams as part of your ongoing medical care. UPMC McKeesport offers patients a convenient option to schedule many of these needs, such as:

  • Laboratory tests
  • Medical imaging (x-rays, CT scans, MRIs)
  • EKGs
  • Non-invasive cardiology (stress tests, echo-cardiology
  • Pre-operative testing

To schedule any of these services or learn more, call our Central Scheduling line at 412-664-2273.

Billing Information

UPMC Hospital Financial Services staff can assist you with any questions related to UPMC McKeesport hospital bills.

Pay your bill online »

To speak with customer service, dial:

  • 412-432-5500
  • Toll-free 1-800-854-1745

Business hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.​

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