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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



UPMC East opened in Pittsburgh's Monroeville neighborhood in the summer of 2012. Check back frequently for updates on staff, services, and amenities!

Upmc East is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Allegheny County, PA.

Upmc East does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Upmc East is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


I had ankle surgery today with Dr. Conti. I couldn't be happier with him, his office staff or anyone that I dealt with from the moment I walked in to the moment I was wheeled out. I was treated as a person, not a number. Everyone was extremely helpful & listened to my concerns and questions. I've had various surgeries in the past and can say the treatment I had here today was the best by far! Thank you if any of the staff reads this! (in the last week)

The staff was rude. Made me feel like i was an incoveinience for them. Told to go to wrong building. Was told i could not leave the waiting area till my fathers treatment was over . I sat in a waiting room with sick people for 2 hours. Very unhappy about service. Lots of laughing and wispering between staff. Seems like joking around is more important that helping patients (in the last week)

1st time there about 4 years ago was horrible ! They refused to x-ray my son's face, he was hit with a weight bar and his tooth got knocked out. They stitched up his lip with the tooth still inside of it! It popped out three days later of his huge infected lip. That could have been avoided by taking an x-ray that I asked for. There today....You should not be in the back of an emergency room for longer than an hour let alone 3 without getting blood work from a patient. The most incompetent overstaffed place I've ever seen in my life. Very dissatisfied. Disappointed. (2 months ago)

Was waiting for my daughter to have a test done and was rudely asked who I was waiting for after 3 hours of waiting for her to have test done, like I was some sort of homeless person hanging out. I was minding my own business with my smart phone in my hands. (2 months ago)

My dad went into the ER on April 27th, 2018. He had diabetic ulcers, huge ones on his legs this time instead of his feet, turning yellow as well as swollen legs. His blood pressure was 200/100. He was hypertensive. His chart showed that he had congestive heart failure, diabetes 2, and sleep apnea. The "doctors", for the second time this happened when my dad showed up with diabetic wounds had NO IDEA what these wounds were. "Blisters?" "Burns??" Really? You useless f**** don't know what a diabetic ulcer is? You don't know swollen legs means heart failure? With the yellow wounds on his legs, the swollen legs, the HYPERTENSION, and his chart, the lazy nurses poorly wrapped up his wounds with gauze and let him leave. I wasn't there, and if I was, I never would have let my dad leave knowing he was hypertensive and seeing that his wounds were YELLOW. Meaning close to infection. They let my dad leave. Yes, my dad wanted to leave. But my dad never would have left if he KNEW he was hypertensive and knew that could be fatal. He never would have left. I want to know what was said in that room. I want to know if they told him leaving the hospital is RISKING HIS LIFE. They didn't call him, no phone records from that day/night asking him to reconsider, telling him his problems were fatal. They didn't even call him and make him come back to sign an AMA form. (IS THAT LEGAL?) They let him walk right out of the hospital. My dad died four days later on Monday, April 30th 2018 at 67 years old. These incompetent, un-caring, useless peices of shi* are responsible for my fathers death. He was my best friend. I loved him more than life. F*** you UPMC. You should be under investigation. I am getting the records soon. To see just who my dad was seen by that day. So I can look you in the eyes and tell you how it feels to not have my father in my life anymore. Go get new jobs. You are USELESS. You may as well be murderers. (a month ago)

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