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Easy, direct sign up for HealthTrak is available online by going to the UPMC HealthTrak website and clicking “Sign up now” under New User.

Follow the steps to complete an online application and answer personal questions designed to ensure that you, and not another person, are creating the account.

If you have difficulties, email healthtrak@upmc.edu or call the UPMC HealthTrak Support Line at 1-866-884-8579.

Additional Senior Living Information

To learn about the independent living, personal care, assisted living, and skilled nursing options offered by UPMC Senior Communities, call 1-800-324-5523 to schedule a tour.

Locations include Allison Park, Cranberry, Fox Chapel, Greensburg, Lawrenceville, McCandless, Monroeville, Penn Hills, Scott Township, and Washington, Pa.

Additional Allergy Information

Learn more about diagnostic services available from the Division of Sino-Nasal Disorders and Allergy.

Additional Cancer Information

Learn more about cancer detection, diagnosis, and treatment on the UPMC CancerCenter website.

Additional ENT Information

Visit the UPMC Ear, Nose, and Throat website to learn more about our services and specialties.

Additional Tourette Syndrome Information

To learn more about the Tourette Syndrome Clinic and the Movement Disorders Clinic at Children’s Hospital, visit the Children's website.

Additional Primary Care Information

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