Whether you experience a minor laceration, fracture, severe injury, or chest pain, UPMC Emergency Medicine is a trusted resource for quality and timely care.
Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, our experienced emergency physicians and staff will provide you with the treatment you need.
If you think you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 and have only mild symptoms – and you do not have difficulty breathing – you can schedule a COVID-19 test at a designated test location. The Emergency Department is NOT the place to get a COVID-19 test UNLESS you are experiencing breathing problems or other severe symptoms.
Going to an Emergency Department with mild or no symptoms may create a long wait time for you to be seen and COVID-19 test results do not come back more quickly – they still will take one, two, or more days.
For a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. For immediate help with a mental health crisis, call 988 for the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
At UPMC, all emergency departments:
Our specially trained experts provide emergency treatments and access to a wide continuum of care for patients experiencing life-threatening:
And, we also offer telemedicine services for emergency care and trauma.
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Treating more than 400,000 emergency patients each year, UPMC plays an essential role in caring for the urgent medical needs of residents throughout Pa., western New York, and western Maryland.
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