UPMC is a committed community partner and economic driver that the city of Pittsburgh can count on. We deeply invest in supporting the city and its neighborhoods, including Uptown and the Hill District.
In 2017, we announced the UPMC Mercy Pavilion as part of three building projects designed to change the region's health care landscape.
Throughout our history, UPMC Mercy has committed to providing compassionate, quality health care to all people. The UPMC Mercy Pavilion will allow our teams to continue to extend innovative and complex care.
The UPMC Mercy Pavilion will leverage our global leadership in health care and research to transform eye care and physical rehab.
This innovative model will be the first of its kind.
It will bring under one roof an expert team of:
We aim to:
Opening in 2023, the pavilion will help:
Vision impairment and loss have a profound impact on daily life.
More than 1 billion people worldwide have some form of visual disability.
By 2050, more than:
The UPMC Mercy Pavilion will be the first national, complete care center focused on:
A growing suite of advanced treatments for eye disease at the pavilion will include:
Currently, the UPMC Vision Institute includes vision care and optic shops throughout the greater Pittsburgh region. In spring 2023, the UPMC Vision Institute’s headquarters will move to the new UPMC Mercy Pavilion.
Impairments to movement and cognition have a profound impact on a person's independence and sense of self.
Each year in the U.S., more than 2 million people suffer a:
And millions more have spine disorders and low back pain.
UPMC Mercy offers renowned clinical care for:
Our physiatrists and therapists strive to improve the quality of life for patients through:
UPMC Mercy is the flagship location of the UPMC Rehabilitation Institute, the largest rehab network in western Pa.
UPMC Mercy houses the Centers of Excellence in stroke rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, and brain injury. The pavilion will be vital for people in need of outpatient rehab and follow-up care.