\u00a0\n\u00a0\nOver the past two decades, we\u2019ve ushered in a new era of health care \u2014 transforming from a single hospital to a $17 billion integrated health enterprise committed to both its patients and its Pennsylvania roots.\nAnd we know the ideas created within our walls grow beyond them \u2014 what drives Pittsburgh will someday drive the world.\nToday we build.\nWe\u2019re investing $2 billion over the next five years to advance our patient care, our hospitals, and our science. We\u2019re creating new specialty hospitals that will offer next-generation treatments in patient-focused, technology-enhanced settings unique to health care.\nThe all-new UPMC Hillman Cancer Hospital, UPMC Heart and Transplant Hospital, and the UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Hospital will complement the already advanced specialty care at our Magee-Womens Hospital, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, and Children\u2019s Hospital of Pittsburgh. In doing this, we\u2019re raising the bar.\nWe\u2019re not just building halls of medicine \u2014 we\u2019re creating whole new ways of delivering patient care.\nLearn More About Our Vision\nOur new specialty hospitals will bring out the best in UPMC, providing sharply focused treatment and collaboration from some of the world\u2019s top clinicians. And that means better care for you.\nThe New UPMC Heart and Transplant Hospital at UPMC Presbyterian\n\n\n\n\n\u00a0\nThe newly specialized facility will span 940,000 square feet and 15 stories. It will include 620 state-of-the-art private patient rooms to enhance patient experiences. This new hub in Oakland will provide the highest caliber cardiac and organ transplantation procedures available anywhere in the world.\nThe New UPMC Hillman Cancer Hospital at UPMC Shadyside\n\n\n\n\n\u00a0\nWe will renovate and expand UPMC Shadyside to create a world-class destination for cancer care, anchoring one of the largest cancer networks in the country.\nThe new UPMC Hillman Cancer Hospital will continue providing advanced care and an expertise in rare cancers, including access to clinical trials and the latest technology. This new home will make it even easier for our researchers and clinicians to work side by side to bring leading-edge cancer treatment to patients.\nThe New UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Hospital at UPMC Mercy\n\n\n\n\n\u00a0\nThe new UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Hospital is expected to open in 2020 and offer advanced clinical vision care. Clinicians and researchers at the new hospital will pursue promising new research for vision restoration and diseases of the eye and offer technology-assisted rehabilitation services that restore mobility for patients with wide-ranging physical and cognitive challenges.\nUPMC Imagines the Patient Room of the Future\nFind out how UPMC envisions the patient room of the future \u2014 a cutting-edge, interactive space that allows for greater comfort, care, and collaboration.\n\u00a0\n\n\n\n\n\u00a0\nEach of our six specialty hospitals will include superior quality, private patient rooms. With this expansion, there will be no increase in the number of beds, but rather a redistribution of beds to our new specialty hospitals. We will, however, have the ability to expand capacity as our innovative programs continue to attract national and global referrals.\nLearn more about our bold plan to transform patient care.