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UPMC Mercy

UPMC Mercy

Andrew A. Herlich DMD, MD

Chief Anesthesiologist

The Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh — the first hospital in Pittsburgh and the first Mercy Hospital in the world — was established in 1847 by the Sisters of Mercy. On Jan. 1, 2008, the hospital merged with UPMC and became UPMC Mercy. UPMC Mercy is located in uptown Pittsburgh and offers a broad range of services and provides compassionate care in the Catholic tradition to residents of South Pittsburgh and beyond. UPMC Mercy’s team of health care professionals specializes in providing a wide range of services. The hospital remains Pittsburgh’s only Catholic hospital with specialized services, including Level I trauma and burn services, neurological services, physical medicine and rehabilitation, women’s health, and more. UPMC Mercy offers a comprehensive range of outpatient services close to home and at convenient locations in Uptown, South Side, Brentwood, and Green Tree. UPMC Mercy is home to 14 anesthesiology faculty and 22 CRNAs.