UPMC employees, friends, and families will be taking part in this year’s Pittsburgh Pride Equality March.
Join us as we support the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) community by creating a human rainbow. We'll be spreading the message of “BElieve in YOUrself,” encouraging UPMC employees and all our LGBTQ neighbors to be their true selves.
Watch for the UPMC float!
Visit UPMC health partners and affiliates at our booths! We have some great giveaways and health screenings to offer.
"UPMC’s engagement with 2018 Pittsburgh Pride and the Delta Foundation is affirmation of our transformative work. We continue our pursuit of inclusion for all — notably for our LGBTQ employees, members, patients, and families."
"Simply put, diversity is how we achieve our mission and how we grow our business. We remain steadfast in our resolve to enhance equitable health care in those communities we are so privileged to serve."
— Dr. James E. Taylor, Chief Diversity, Inclusion, and Learning Officer at UPMC
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation named two UPMC hospitals as 2018 “Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality.” Once again, UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC received the title.
Children’s and Western Psychiatric were among a select group of 303 health care facilities nationwide honored in the 2018 Healthcare Equality Index. The annual survey rates facilities’ policies and practices related to the equity and inclusion of their LGBTQ patients, visitors, and employees.
Facilities named leaders in LGBTQ health care equality meet criteria in four key areas: