After Your Stay at UPMC Shadyside

Find helpful resources you may need after your stay with us.

Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care

Not all patients are able to go home right away after their hospital stay at UPMC Shadyside.

Some may need the rehab services of physical and occupational therapists to continue their recovery.

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Should you need other care after you leave us, UPMC offers:

Home Care and Medical Equipment

Scheduling Follow-up Appointments

After you leave the UPMC Shadyside, your doctor may want you to schedule tests or exams as part of your ongoing medical care.

UPMC Shadyside offers patients a convenient option for scheduling many of their post-stay needs.

Just call 412-623-2121 to make appointments for:

  • Laboratory tests
  • Medical imaging (x-rays, CT scans, MRIs)
  • EKGs
  • Non-invasive cardiology (stress tests, echocardiology)
  • Pre-op testing

Billing Information

UPMC Hospital Financial Services staff assists patients with all questions related to UPMC Shadyside hospital bills.

Pay your bill online »

To speak with customer service, call:

  • 412-432-5500
  • Toll-free 1-800-854-1745

Business hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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