About Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center
To help meet your needs – body, mind, and spirit – Pittsburgh Mercy offers person-centered, integrated physical and behavioral health services at Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center. Whether your needs are simple or complex, we can take care of you and every member of your family, including children and seniors.
IMPORTANT: If you have a fever, a new dry cough, or shortness of breath, be sure to tell your health care provider. Learn about ways you can prevent the flu, coronavirus (COVID-19), and other illnesses.
In order to best serve residents who have questions and concerns about COVID-19, the Allegheny County Health Department has partnered with United Way 211 to offer a 24/7 hotline. Please call 888-856-2774 to speak with a representative. Language services are available.
At Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Cenyter, we offer all of the same services as a regular doctor’s office — and so much more. We offer services for women, seniors, and people living with Hepatitis C. We have a lab so you don’t have to travel for blood work. Our mobile medical unit brings many of our services – including lab services – to the community.
Our experienced and caring team includes:
- Primary care doctors
- Physician assistants
- Nurse practitioners
- A consulting psychiatrist
- Medical assistants
- A behavioral health care manager
- A nurse care manager
- A community care manager
- An addiction (substance use) care manager
- Peer specialists
- A tobacco cessation (quit) specialist.
We place you at the center of your care. We also empower you to overcome barriers and to lead a healthy, fulfilled life.
To make an appointment, call 412-697-3260.
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