No matter how serious your emergency, UPMC has you covered with world-class emergency and trauma care. Whether you experience a minor laceration, fracture, severe injury, or chest pain, UPMC’s trauma and emergency programs are a trusted resource for quality and timely care.
When illness or injury occurs, it’s sometimes difficult to determine where to find the right treatment — should you go to the emergency department or an urgent care center?
Dry drowning and secondary drowning can occur after ingesting small amounts of water — and in some cases, these conditions can be fatal.
Abdominal pain can be a sign that your appendix—the tube of tissue at the end of your large intestine—may be in trouble.
Corneal burn can result when certain chemicals come into contact with your eyes.
Drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death in children younger than 14. Learn more about how you can keep your children safe.