Clinical Impact

The Magee-Womens Foundation is making a world of difference in the health of women and infants in our region and around the world. By encouraging giving for research, patient care services, and education, the Magee-Womens Foundation raises funds and awareness to support the missions of Magee-Womens Research Institute and Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC.

Our work is focused on several areas of clinical impact revolving around women's and infants' health, women's cancers and infectious diseases.

Pregnancy & Newborns

Not only is Magee a hospital for women, it’s a place where 10,000 beautiful babies are born each year. And Magee’s cutting-edge Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is the largest in the country, bringing together the ever-advancing technology and tender care that has been healing patients for generations.

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Infectious Diseases

Each year, hundreds of millions of women are affected by common reproductive infectious diseases in what many experts consider to be a serious global health problem. Approximately 15 million new cases of sexually transmitted infections are diagnosed each year in the United States alone. The research conducted at Magee looks at the health issues women face across their lifetimes, including common infections such as vaginitis and STDs, infections during pregnancy and the neonatal period, and those that affect adolescents and postmenopausal women. Researchers are developing new techniques to treat diseases known to cause infertility and pregnancy complications, and prevent them from being passed on to future generations.

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Gynecology

Gynecologists at Magee-Womens Hospital and Womancare Associates  provide a full spectrum of women’s health care services — from yearly checkups to specialized gynecologic care.

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Fertility

Fertility issues affect countless couples across the country. Whether issues stem from genetics, age, or as a result of medical treatments, Magee researchers are working to find an answer.

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Women's Cancers

Chelsea was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at just 18 years old. With the support of her family and the largest cancer treatment program in the region, she is now cancer free. Watch her story.

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Women's Health

Mrs. Hollaway has had three surgeries in the last two years at Magee. Thanks to the care she received, the backbone of this family has now gotten her strength back. Watch her story.

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