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If you have been diagnosed with a brain condition and would like to know whether UPMC's neurosurgeons may be able to recommend a treatment for you, please call the Department of Neurological Surgery at 412-647-6385.

  • A nurse will ask about your condition and, if appropriate, will ask you to send your medical records, films, and reports.
  • Films are reviewed by our neurosurgeons regularly.
  • After reviewing your records, a member of our staff will contact you.

Sending Your Records

IMPORTANT: All films must be accompanied by written clinical information and your contact information.

Please use the printable Checklist/Cover Memo to help you prepare and send your records to UPMC. For your convenience, you are able to complete the form fields prior to printing the document.

Patient medical records may be faxed to 412-647-1778 or mailed to:

Attn: Film Review/Conference
Department of Neurological Surgery
UPMC Presbyterian, Suite B-400
200 Lothrop St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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