We’re Here for You: Your Health is Essential
You’re doing everything you can to keep you and your family safe as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to affect our daily lives – handwashing, masking, and physical distancing. One of the most important tools you have in protecting yourself and your loved ones during the pandemic is keeping yourself healthy. That’s why UPMC is committed to providing you the care you need through video visits or safe, in-person appointments and procedures at our facilities. Talk to your doctor, or let us help you connect with a primary care doctor or specialist today.
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Monoclonal Antibody Treatment at UPMC
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UPMC's Commitment: Keeping You Safe
Getting the Care You Need With 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
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
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
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UPMC Take Care
As you take care, you must also remember to get care. We are ready to treat you safely, whether in-person or through video visits.
How Pittsburgh Is Leading the Way
Scientists in Pittsburgh have created a potential vaccine that could completely neutralize SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.