Healthcare

List of healthcare resources available to neighbors in the East End of Pittsburgh.

  • Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force (PATF)
    http://patf.org/
    Provides specialized HIV/AIDS medical care, routine medical care for clients and client family members, as well as sexual health care for the community, regardless of HIV status.

  • Family Hospice and Palliative Care
    http://www.familyhospice.com/
    412-578-8471
    Family Hospice and Palliative Care provides support and care for people with life limiting illness and their families.

  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
    http://www.bphc.hrsa.gov/
    Health centers are community-based and patient-directed organizations that serve populations with limited access to health care. These include low income populations, the uninsured, those with limited English proficiency, migrant and seasonal farmworkers, individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and those living in public housing.


  • Medicaid
    http://www.medicaid.gov/
    412-565-2146
    Medicaid is health insurance that helps many people who can’t afford medical care pay for some or all of their medical bills. Medicaid is available only to certain low-income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by federal and state law. Medicaid does not pay money to you; instead, it sends payments directly to your health care providers.

  • Medicare
    http://www.medicare.gov/
    1-800-MEDICARE
    Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older. It also covers certain younger people with disabilities and people with End-Stage Renal Disease.

  • Pennsylvania Donated Dental Services
    http://www.padental.org/
    412-243-4866
    Provides free dental services to people with disabilities.

  • Pennsylvania Health Law Project
    http://www.phlp.org/

    Toll-free: 1-800-274-3258, Toll-free TTY: 1-866-236-6310
    Monitors all legal and administrative developments that affect the disabilities community and disseminates the information in newsletters and bulletins to hundreds of disabilities advocacy groups throughout the state. PHLP provides advice and direct assistance annually to thousands of Pennsylvanians with developmental disabilities through its general toll free line.

  • The Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment
    http://www.dom.pitt.edu/id/pact.html

    Toll-free: 877-788-PACT (7228)
    The Pittsburgh AIDS Center for Treatment (PACT) provides comprehensive HIV medical care and social support services by a team of highly qualified, experienced physicians and supportive clinical staff. The program includes a pharmacist, mental health services, nutritional care, gynecological care, fiscal counseling, medication adherence counseling, and social work services.

  • Primary Care Health Services, Inc. Alma Illery Medical Center
    412-244-4700
    7227 Hamilton Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15208
    Pregnancy testing; family planning; obstetrics; podiatry; minor surgery; complete X-rays; EKGs; laboratory services; adult medicine; physical exams; pediatrics, including early screening and immunizations; mental health component, including psychiatric and psychological services; pharmacy; social services; and health education.

  • East End Community Health Center                                                           
    412-404-4000
    117 North Negley Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15206
    Healthcare for the entire family is provided, including: Obstetric and newborn care, adult health care and screening, family planning, minor surgical and dermatology procedures; social worker who plans, organizes care. Ophthalmology, Pediatric Diabetes Management Clinics, PMS Clinics, Urogynecology, Children’s Medical Day Care, Mother and Infant Care, Pediatric Evaluation, Pediatric Intensive Care, Adolescent Health Transition Programs, Children’s Hospitals, Pediatric Feeding Disorders Programs, Specialty Medicine, Pediatric Occupational Therapy.

  • East Liberty Family Health Care Center, Inc.                                 
    412-661-2802
    6023 Harvard Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15206
    Primary health care for physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. Services include: Adult and pediatric primary care; drug and alcohol outreach and relapse prevention program; homebound elderly outreach program; homeless outreach and medical clinic in homeless drop-in center; immunizations/well-child care/WIC, and gynecology.

  • East Liberty Family Health Care, Lincoln-Lemington Center   
    412-361-8284 / 412-345-0400 Dental Office
    7171 Churchland Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15206
    A Christian ministry of whole person health care. Whole-person primary care for physical,emotional,and spiritual well-being, Adult & Pediatric primary care, Asthma,diabetes, and blood pressure control programs, Dental Care (adults and children), and Drug and Alcohol outreach/relapse.

  • East Liberty Addiction Recovery Center                                         
    412-661-2802
    238 Penn Circle East, Pittsburgh, PA, 15206

  • Squirrel Hill Health Center – Affordable Care Act Application Assistance
    https://squirrelhillhealthcenter.org/
    412-422-7442
    4516 Browns Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15217
    The Squirrel Hill Health Center is a comprehensive primary healthcare center established in 2006. SHHC provides the highest quality care to everyone in our community, regardless of their income level or insurance status. We serve everyone seeking the best care available with a special concern for their religious beliefs, ethnic and cultural background, language spoken, age, sex, and disability status. Our multi-lingual staff provides primary and preventive medical care for patients of all ages, mental and behavioral health services, dental care, and case management. We also have on-site lab services and for uninsured patients provide access to low cost medications.