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​UPMC Passavant Pavilion

The pavilion provides additional capacity for the UPMC CancerCenter at UPMC Passavant, emergency department, and surgical services, as well as additional intensive care unit beds, progressive care unit beds, and medical-surgical unit beds. As the first LEED-certified hospital addition in the North Hills, UPMC Passavant’s pavilion is leading the way in environmentally sound construction.  The pavilion features:

  • Natural lighting
  • Non-toxic materials
  • Water conservation methods, such as low-flush toilets
  • Special lighting designed to reduce light pollution

To learn more about our patient pavilion, take a virtual tour or view the photo gallery.

UPMC Cancer Center at UPMC Passavant

Features:
  • Advanced tertiary services (breast, lung, esophageal, upper gastrointestinal, pancreas, colorectal, and liver)
  • CT simulator
  • Medical oncology services
  • A separate and dedicated outside elevator to the Cancer Center
  • Windows in all chemoperfusion rooms to allow improved access, visibility, and natural lighting
  • Separate waiting areas for radiation and chemotherapy patients
  • A cancer resource library
Special features:
High-end treatment modalities including:
  • 4D respiratory-gated radiation therapy
  • Intensity modulated radiation therapy
  • On-board imaging to improve tumor targeting and treatment

Emergency Department

Features:
  • Designed to trauma specifications
  •  “Fast Track” area (for more minor medical issues)
  • Designated area for critical heart patients
  • State-of-the-art critical care rooms
  • Three trauma rooms
  • 26 acute treatment rooms
  • 10 bed observation area
  • Dedicated imaging services in fast-track area to keep patient flow and wait times to a minimum
Special features:
  • Stroke Telemedicine Program – emergency room physicians at both UPMC Passavant campuses have immediate, 24-hour access to experts at the UPMC Stroke Institute in Oakland through state-of-the-art videoconferencing technology

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Surgical Services

Features:
  • Six state-of-the-art operating rooms for vascular, spinal, and oncology cases
  • Two rooms dedicated to image-guided procedures
  • Satellite pharmacy and pathology labs for improved efficiency
  • Onsite blood bank
  • Family waiting area
Special features:
Capability for high-end cardiac surgical procedures, including mitral valve repairs, coronary artery revascularization, aortic valve replacement and left ventricular reconstruction.

Main Entrance

 
The main entrance of the hospital has been redesigned to improve patient flow. The entrance, which wraps around the hospital's signature glass atrium, provides access to both sides of the central registration area. Separate arrival and departure areas help to improve traffic flow.

Third Floor

16 critical care beds for medical and surgical cardiac patients.
Features:
  • Nurse and physician workstations located outside patient rooms 
  • Identical rooms - all 16 of the ICU rooms have the exact same layout; this improves patient safety, noise reduction, and family space
  • Staff lounges are located on the outside walls for infusion of natural light 
  • Private family rooms
  • All rooms are Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant and feature three zones that have been built to accommodate the individual needs of the clinician, patient, and family
  • Spacious and comfortable waiting areas offering wireless Internet access, blankets, pillows, and food and beverage carts

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Fourth Floor

24 progressive care beds brings the total number of PCU beds to 54.
 
Features:
  • Same design and features as highlighted on the third floor

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Fifth and Sixth Floors

These two floors are used for medical-surgical patients with 24 beds per floor.
Features:
  • Same design and features as highlighted on the third floor

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