This state-of-the-art surgery center is located inside the new UPMC Outpatient Center on Clairton Boulevard. It offers convenient access to a wide range of surgeries for patients living in Pittsburgh’s South Hills.
Surgery is performed by our expert teams of board-certified surgeons who are on staff at UPMC hospitals throughout the region.
There’s plenty of convenient and free parking.
Numerous outpatient surgical procedures can be provided in the following specialties:
Benign and cancerous breast operations
Colon and rectal cancer, precancerous polyps, anal cancer, diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis), hemorrhoids, anal fistula, fissure, and abscess, rectal prolapse, fecal incontinence, pilonidal disease, robotic and minimally invasive colorectal surgery, colonoscopy
Advanced liver and pancreatic diagnosis and treatment, colon screening and therapeutic colonoscopy for early detection and prevention of colon cancer, diagnostic and therapeutic ERCP, diagnostic and therapeutic gastroscopy for early detection and treatment of Barrett’s Disease, esophageal cancer and stomach cancer, endoscopic ultrasound for diagnosis and staging of GI cancers, esophageal and pH monitoring for the management of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), swallowing disturbances, and non-cardiac chest pain, gastrointestinal consultation services and close follow up, hemorrhoid treatment, hepatitis C virus (HVC) treatment, wireless capsule endoscopy of the small intestine.
Hernia consult, gallbladder, skin lesions
Abdominal problems during pregnancy, abdominal surgery, appendectomy, colon surgery for benign and malignant disease, gallbladder and biliary tract disease, groin/inguinal hernia repair, incisional/abdominal well hernia repair, obesity surgery, reflux disease, robotic assisted surgery
Hip surgery, foot and ankle surgery, knee surgery
Hand surgery, forearm surgery, nerve surgery, including brachial plexus surgery, reconstructive surgery, and microsurgery
To have an outpatient surgical or diagnostic procedure at the UPMC Surgery Center, your physician must refer you to the facility.