UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital is a world-class care center.
Our welcoming campus in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood houses state-of-the-art tools for diagnosis, treatment, and surgery.
More than 10,000 babies are born at UPMC Magee each year. That's 45% of all births in Allegheny County.
Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is one of the largest in Pennsylvania. We care for more than 1,500 severely or critically ill babies a year.
Call UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital at 1-866-696-2433 to learn more about us.
Members of our health care staff hold academic positions at Pitt. They're actively involved in teaching, research, and care.
We've based Magee on the Womancare model of care. This model focuses on the unique features of each woman, placing her at the center of the health care system.
We treat each woman with dignity, improving their health with education. We also bring our health care into our local neighborhoods.
We focus on the key details of the services we provide:
Magee has been putting women first for more than 110 years. We provide the highest standard of care to every person who walks through our door.
Magee has the following care programs for women:
Magee offers care to men as well as women. For people of all genders, we offer a full-service Emergency Department.
We also provide services, including:
Doctors worldwide see Magee-Womens Research Institute (MWRI) as a center for women's health studies.
MWRI is the nation's first research center devoted to health issues affecting women and their infants.
Our obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences department is one of the most funded research centers. This National Institutes of Health funding is a vital symbol of high-quality care and clinical staff.
The volunteers at Magee are crucial.
They act as Magee ambassadors and enrich the lives of visitors, people in the hospital, and staff.
The daily health care we provide touches the lives of thousands of women, men, and newborns.
Learn more about how Magee keeps women and their families strong.View the flipbook.
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UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital
300 Halket St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213