Above and Beyond Program at UPMC St. Margaret

The employees, doctors, and volunteers of UPMC St. Margaret work as a team to provide the best care and customer service possible. Often, our team members go that extra step and provide service that is above and beyond expectations.

Each month, the Above and Beyond program recognizes one extraordinary UPMC St. Margaret staff member, doctor, or volunteer.

Nominate Someone for Going Above and Beyond

Who can nominate Above and Beyond recipients?

UPMC St. Margaret:

  • Patients
  • Visitors
  • Staff members
  • Doctors
  • Volunteers

To recognize outstanding individuals, download and complete the Above and Beyond recognition form. Or, pick up a form located throughout the hospital.

You also may donate to the St. Margaret Foundation.

Just complete the information on the envelope located inside of the recognition form and enclose a check made to the St. Margaret Foundation.

Donations we receive through the Above and Beyond program benefit the foundation’s general fund, unless you specify otherwise.

Above and Beyond Program Contact

To find out more about the St. Margaret Above and Beyond program or foundation, call:

Iris Douglas
UPMC St. Margaret Volunteer Services

Contact Us

UPMC St. Margaret
815 Freeport Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Phone: 412-784-4000

General Visiting Hours:
24-hour open visitation

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Nominate Someone Today!

To recognize an outstanding UPMC St. Margaret employee:

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