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50 Years in North Hills

​Proud to Serve the North Hills

In 2014, we marked our 50th year of providing health care to the North Hills community.

Following the "Bring It North" fundraising campaign, Passavant Hospital, originally called the Pittsburgh Infirmary, relocated its hospital from Lacyville, now the Hill District section of Pittsburgh, to the North Hills in McCandless. Pasasvant Hospital opened its doors on Feb. 24, 1964.

We look forward to continued growth and expansion of our services so we can best serve the health care needs of our community for the next 50 years. 

50 Years of History

Learn more about UPMC Passavant's history in the North Hills:

To learn more about how to support UPMC Passavant through Passavant Hospital Foundation or the Passavant Auxiliary, call 412-748-6640 or visit

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