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About UPMC East

UPMC East is a state-of-the-art community hospital designed to be the hospital of tomorrow, today.   

Our 16.7-acre campus in Monroeville provides care for our neighbors throughout the communities east of Pittsburgh. At UPMC East, we utilize the latest resources in advanced medical technology, infection control, and patient comfort and safety to provide the highest possible level of patient care.

Services at UPMC East

UPMC East is proud to offer a wide range of health care services. Our areas of special focus include:

View a complete list of services available at UPMC East

Awards and Recognition

Additional Monroeville-based Services

In addition to the services offered at UPMC East, UPMC offers a suite of health care services in the Monroeville area, including:

  • UPMC Children’s Community Pediatrics 
    As a part of UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, UPMC Children’s Community Pediatrics provides a wide range of pediatric care for your child. With two locations located in Monroeville, you won’t have to travel far to find the right pediatrician. 
  • UPMC Magee Womens Health Services
    From annual checkups and preventive care to testing, diagnosis, surgery, and advanced treatments, UPMC Magee-Womens Health Services in Monroeville offers you the best in women’s health care – right in your community. 
  • UPMC at Oxford Drive
    Residents in Pittsburgh’s eastern communities have access to an array of specialty and diagnostic care at UPMC 400 and 600 Oxford Drive - located near Monroeville Mall.
  • Primary Care Physician Offices
    Find the right UPMC Primary Care doctor for you, from one of dozens of practices in and around your community.  
  • Senior Services
    Beatty Pointe Village, a 144-unit retirement community, is located just minutes away from UPMC East’s campus. 
  • UPMC Urgent Care Monroeville
    For your minor illnesses and injuries, UPMC Urgent Care Monroeville is open from 9am. to 9pm., seven days a week. 

UPMC Community Health Needs Assessments | Community Commitment

Every three years, UPMC hospitals conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). To access the assessments and to learn how the hospitals are addressing important community health needs, click here.