You may self-refer or have your primary care physician or other specialist refer you to the UPMC Voice Center.
To make an appointment, call 412-232-SING (7464) or fax us at 412-232-8488.
Singers and other performers often develop vocal problems after hours or at other inconvenient, but critical times. Voice Center staff can provide immediate evaluation and treatment for most voice problems at your performance or rehearsal location.
For after hours and emergency voice care, call 412-232-SING (7464).
A parking garage is located on Locust Street across from UPMC Mercy. Take the level D bridge to the first floor of Building D and then take the elevator to the second floor. If entering from the street level, take the D elevators to the second floor.
Shadyside Medical Building Suite 211
5200 Centre Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Please note this location is adjacent to UPMC Shadyside but is not located inside the hospital.
The University of Pittsburgh Voice Center is collaborating with the UPMC Telemedicine group to now deliver high-quality, laryngology-specific, voice therapy via a tele-medicine platform. This significantly enhances our ability to deliver specialized therapy (voice, cough, breathing) to patients who live far away from Pittsburgh.
All patients who are candidates for therapy by a voice-specialized speech-language pathologist will be required to have one visit in person. Following that, they could be eligible to receive their therapy via a tele-medicine platform that can be delivered to:
UPMC Northwest Hospital
100 Fairfield Dr.
Seneca, PA 16346
Fayette Physicians Network Uniontown
201 Mary Higginson Lane, Suite 1
Uniontown, PA 15401