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Saturday Injury Clinic

This seasonal injury clinic will be open Saturday, August 27- Saturday, October 29, including holidays.

UPMC Sports Medicine is committed to providing student athletes with convenient, weekend access to the best possible care for sports-related injuries. Our Saturday injury clinic provides sports medicine care for:
  • Youth athletes ages 12 to 22
  • Athletes in the above age group who have been injured in the last three days

Our locations:

How does Saturday injury clinic work?

  • Clinic will run Saturday August, 27-Saturday, October 29
  • Athletes must arrive between 7:30 and 8 a.m.
  • Please sign in at the front desk upon your arrival.
  • Athletes are seen on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Athletes arriving after 8 a.m. are not guaranteed to be seen on Saturday

In preparation for your visit, please:

  • Bring your health insurance card and if necessary obtain an insurance referral prior to coming in
  • Review your plan’s out-of-pocket expenses, including co-payments, deductibles, and co-insurance (Fees are due at time of service and for your convenience we accept cash, checks, and credit/debit cards)

Contact Us

For questions regarding our Saturday injury clinic, locations, or services, please call

UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex
8000 Cranberry Springs Drive
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

UPMC Rooney
Sports Complex
3200 S. Water St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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