Know Where to Turn for the Care You Need
At UPMC, we have many care options to serve you. If you need treatment for things like sore throats, cough, colds, or rashes, your UPMC primary care team or UPMC AnywhereCare are good options to start with. Your doctor’s office can help you with the right care option, whether it’s an in-person or a video visit. UPMC AnywhereCare provides on-demand video appointments with UPMC providers.
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Monoclonal Antibody Treatment at UPMC
Monoclonal antibodies are among the most promising treatments for mild to moderate COVID-19.Learn more about this treatment and see if you qualify.
UPMC's Commitment: Keeping You Safe
We’re taking measures to keep you safe in our facilities. We are screening staff and patients for symptoms, limiting visitors, requiring mask use, and cleaning and sanitizing our locations regularly.Learn more about our commitment to keeping you safe.
Getting the Care You Need: In-Person and Video Visits
Our expanded care options include video visits and telephone visits with both primary care providers and specialists. These options allow you to have many routine and follow-up appointments from the comfort of your home.Learn more about video visits and how to schedule one.
Getting Emergency Care at UPMC
Your safety is always a priority at UPMC Emergency Departments. We provide high-quality emergency care for every serious condition, from strokes to chest pain to broken bones. Our enhanced safety protocols include robust screening of patients and visitors, isolation of patients with COVID-19 symptoms, thorough and frequent disinfection, personal protective equipment, and plenty of space to feel comfortable.Learn more about getting Emergency Care at UPMC.
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COVID-19 Information on HealthBeat
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The Fight Against COVID-19
Scientists in Pittsburgh have created a potential vaccine that could completely neutralize SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.