Maintaining your health matters more than ever. That’s why we’re here for you.
Taking care of your health is essential. That's why UPMC is now scheduling more in-person appointments and procedures at our facilities, all in line with guidelines from the Maryland Department of Health.
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
Getting the Care You Need: In-Person and Video Visits
Our doctors are working with patients to decide which appointments, procedures, and surgeries you should schedule now.
Plus, we now offer expanded care options that include video visits and telephone visits with both primary care providers and specialists. These options allow you to have routine and follow-up appointments from the comfort of your home.Learn more
Your Health Can’t Wait
“We can find a way to get you in safely and comfortably for you,” said Donald Yealy, MD, UPMC chief of emergency medicine. Find out more about UPMC’s extensive preparedness efforts.
UPMC Visitor and Volunteer Information
UPMC has temporarily restricted visitors in our hospitals and facilities. We hope these changes will help ensure the safety of our patients and staff. Learn more about visiting hours, essential support persons, and more.Visitor and Volunteer Information