At UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital and UPMC Western Behavioral Health, we are committed to treating a wide range of behavioral, emotional, and mental health challenges to people in our community. Our top priority is providing world-class care to people who need it.
That commitment remains our focus during the COVID-19 pandemic. Difficult times can put an added strain on your mental health, and we're here to help.
We continue to offer expert mental health care while taking every step to protect you from COVID-19. Mental health can't wait for the pandemic to end. If you need us, we are here for you.
At UPMC Western, we care for a variety of behavioral and mental health conditions in both children and adults.
If you have a mental health need, it is safe to visit us for an appointment.
To protect patients and staff from the coronavirus, we are taking extra precautions. We are following all recommendations from the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
To protect our patients and staff, and to limit the potential for the spread of infectious disease, we currently are restricting visitors and volunteers at UPMC facilities. See our updated policy.
To find out more about what we're doing to provide care and keep you safe from COVID-19, visit upmc.com/COVID19.
Your safety is our top priority when you visit. We have updated our facility policies to provide necessary protection to patients and staff, rolling out extensive precautions. Before your appointment, talk to your doctor about what to expect on your visit, including:
You must wear a facemask to enter our facilities and continue to wear it throughout the building. We also ask that you follow COVID-19 preventive measures, such as regular handwashing and proper social distancing.
More than ever, we're working to protect you. You can count on us.