Pittsburgh's Best Doctors 2016

The list of the region's 687 leading physicians across 80 specialities.



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Namita S. Ahuja-Yende
UPMC Shadyside, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
Shadyside Medical Bldg Ste 405 
5200 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
800/533-UPMC

Daniel E. Forman
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Amelia S. Gennari
UPMC Shadyside, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
Shadyside Medical Bldg Ste 405 
5200 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
800/533-UPMC

Shuja Hassan
UPMC Shadyside, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
Shadyside Medical Bldg Ste 405 
5200 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
800/533-UPMC

David A. Nace
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Elizabeth A. O’Keefe
UPMC Shadyside, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
Shadyside Medical Bldg Ste 405 
5200 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
800/533-UPMC

David A. Pasquale
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Neil M. Resnick
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Eric G. Rodriguez
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Fred H. Rubin
UPMC Shadyside, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
Shadyside Medical Bldg Ste 405 
5200 Centre Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
800/533-UPMC

Karen G. Scandrett
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, Division of Geriatric Medicine 
300 Halket St
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Adele Towers
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Debra K. Weiner
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

Rollin M. Wright
UPMC Montefiore, Benedum Geriatric Center 
3459 Fifth Ave, 4th Fl 
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
800/533-UPMC

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