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What's Happening

UPMC Passavant Foundation 3rd Annual Scrub Run/Walk Twilight Road Race

When

Friday, August 21
Race starts at 7 p.m.

Where

North Park pool loop
Hemlock Drive
McCandless, PA 15101

The race begins at 7 p.m., rain or shine!  Participants have the option of running or walking one loop for the 4K or two loops for the 8K.  Both races will have awards in each age group.

Wear your “scrubs” and enter our “Best Dressed Scrubs” contest!  Following the race, join us for a post-race celebration with raffles, prizes, refreshments and the awards ceremony.

Register today at http://www.signmeup.com/106736

For more information contact Jennifer Steinsdoerfer, Events Manager, at 412-748-6658 or email steinsdoerferj@ph.upmc.edu.

All proceeds support Passavant Hospital Foundation's mission in benefiting UPMC Passavant McCandless and Cranberry campuses, advancing the health and wellness for all in our community. 

Service Spotlight

Outpatient Services

Many procedures and services no longer require a hospital stay and are now available as outpatient services. This means going home the same day versus spending a night or more in the hospital.

Visit UPMCPassavant.com/Outpatient to learn about our outpatient services at our campuses in McCandless and Cranberry.

UPMC Passavant Physician Guide

 

Search the 2015 Physician Guide (PDF) to locate a physician by specialty.

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