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Call us at 724-933-9190 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your child for her/his acne, wart, molluscum or other pediatric dermatologic appointment.
Welcome to Children's Dermatology Services. Please review and complete this paperwork prior to your first visit to our office. If you have questions, please call 724-933-9190. Thank you!
We offer pediatric teledermatology services through a partnership with DermatologistOnCall. You can request an online visit with Robin Gehris, MD – on your time – for skin, hair and nail treatment that’s fast and secure. You can expect a response within 3 business days. Please do not use for life threatening emergencies.
View current news clips below featuring UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh’s dermatology patients, programs and staff. Check back often for continued updates.
Don’t Get Burned: Sunscreen Expiration Dates Just As Important As SPF Rating
CBS Local (6/30/2017)
How to protect your kids from insect bites
Trib Live (5/23/2016)
Protecting Children from Insect Bites
Be Glad You Have Children's blog (5/12/2016)
Study shows 80% of sunscreens don't work, have worrisome ingredients
Parents have choice to make when it comes to safe sunscreen for kids
Skin cancer warning signs differ between children, adults, doctor says
Consumer Reports Puts Sunscreens To The Test
Extremely Dry Winter Skin Can Have Dangerous Consequences
Dry Skin Advice for Pittsburgh Winters
Be Glad You Have Children's blog (2/5/2015)
Nickel allergy has some itching to use their iPads
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (7/14/2014)
Nickel Used In Electronic Devices Could Give You A Rash
CBS Pittsburgh (7/14/2014)
Report looks at potential hazards of spray-on sunscreens for kids
Doctors Seeing More Cases Of Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease
Baby wipes causing itchy, scaly rashes in some babies
NBC News (1/13/2014)
"Super lice" pops up in Pittsburgh kids: How to get rid of bugs
CBS News (10/11/2013)
Reported Cases Of ‘Super Lice’ On The Rise At Schools
CBS Pittsburgh (10/10/2013)
What Every Parent Should Know About Their Children’s Moles
Be Glad You Have Children's blog (5/15/2013)
AAP endorses guidelines for managing pediatric acne
How Tanning Beds Can Be a Risky Habit
Be Glad You Have Children's blog (5/2/2013)
FDA Issues Warning For Henna Tattoos
KDKA Pittsburgh (3/26/2013)
Most aren't protecting their skin from the sun adequately
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (5/13/2012)
Technology Helping to Diagnose and Treat Children
KDKA Pittsburgh (8/11/2011)
Heat Wave Diary: Driver Says Hydration is the Key
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (7/21/2011)
Fact or Fiction: Summer’s Outdoor Hazards
KDKA Pittsburgh (7/20/2011)
Facts About Mosquitoes You May not have Known
KDKA Pittsburgh (7/13/2011)
Genetics May Play Role in Risk for Skin Cancer
KDKA Pittsburgh (6/22/2011)
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
In addition to the main hospital, Children's has many convenient locations in other neighborhoods throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.
With myCHP, you can request appointments, review test results, and more.
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To pay your bill online, please visit UPMC's online bill payment system.
Interested in giving to Children's Hospital? Visit Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation's website to make a donation online.