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UPMC Mercy
1400 Locust Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Main Hospital 412-232-8111
Information Desk and Patient Information
(from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.)
Emergency Department 412-232-8222
For referral to a physician at UPMC 1-800-533-UPMC (8762)
Billing Information
Pay your bill online.
Admissions   412-232-7556
Radiology Scheduling  412-232-7921
Rehabilitation Scheduling 412-232-7865
Outpatient Centers
UPMC Mercy South Side Outpatient Center 412-488-5550
UPMC Mercy Brentwood 412-885-0111
UPMC Mercy Green Tree 412-920-0500
UPMC Mercy Health Center 412-232-7800
Adult Internal Medicine 412-232-7685
Pediatric Clinic 412-232-7751
Surgical/Specialty Services 412-232-7681
Other Services
Seven Sisters Gift Shop  412-232-8018
Medical Records/Health Information Management 412-232-7207
UPMC Central Billing Office Customer Service 1-800-854-1745
UPMC In Home Services 1-888-860-2273
McAuley Inn 412-232-7424
Security  412-232-7998
Social Services/Care Management 412-232-7618
Spiritual Care  412-232-8198
Volunteer Services 412-232-8081

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