Resident Life

The Department of Medicine fosters an environment of balance to our residents’ professional and personal lives. The collegial work environment promotes collaboration and mutual respect for patients and peers.

Cheering on the Penguins at the PPG Paints Arena

UPMC Mercy Residents

Winning First Place at the SHM Poster Competition

UPMC Mercy Residents

Winning First and Second Place in the ACP Poster Competition

UPMC Mercy Residents

Having Night Team Fun

UPMC Mercy residents

Building Everlasting Friendships

UPMC Mercy residents 

Creating Critically Good Times in the CVICU

UPMC Mercy residents 

Celebrating at the Division of Nephrology Year End Event

UPMC Mercy residents 

Sharing at the Holiday Gift Exchange

UPMC Mercy residents 

Cheering on the Pirates at PNC Park

UPMC Mercy residents 


Contact Us

Department of Medicine
UPMC Mercy
1400 Locust St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone: 412-232-5533
or 1-800-637-2946
Fax: 412-232-5689


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