15122, 15137, 15201, 15202
Pittsburgh Zone, PA
The phone number 412-802-3100 is located in or around Pittsburgh, PA. This landline number is registered with Verizon. There have been 1434 searches conducted for this number overall. There are 37 user comments, the latest received on November 25th, 2022 and it has been marked as spam 5 times. This number has a current spam score of 100%. Below you will find additional detailed information:
UPMC call center - Dr. Lee reviewed my MRI results and discussed a test to be done at Presbyterian Hospital this month.
UPMC Children's Clinic confirming Doctor's appointment
Confirmation of appointment for doctor in within the UPMC medical network
My daughter has an appointment at 9:45, Monday Oct 12th...this was a message...it was something like a Lupus Center (yes, my daughter needs to see a specialist but I have no info)
no message left
An intoxicated lady keeps spam calling our home and yelling at us to save money through UPMC.
Call came in and I answered can you call back I don’t have my hearing aids. I don’t even know what if anything was said but no voicemail either.
Unidentified number. Just hangs up. I am not a UPMC customer so that's not it. As far as I'm concerned it is SPAM since I have no appointments, no bills, no interviews, and don't give out my cell number to anyone except close friends & family.
This number has called SIX times today and they don't leave any message. This is getting to be harassment!
its UPMC, but theyre not just calling t o verify an upcoming appoin tment, theyre calling to collect on unpaid bills as well. it includes all hospitals, doctors and outpatient facilities that may have done services, such as....sending specimens to a lab, or having bloodwork done- its anyone you may owe money to thats affiliated w/UPMC.
When I answered phone, somebody mumbled a person's name, I said I didn't understand what she said, still mumbled (sounded stoned or drunk) I said I don't know who you are looking for but it's not me
It's not just upcoming appointments. Any phone that is within the UPMC network in Pittsburgh (Oakland/Shadyside, I'm not sure about anywhere else) will display this number on Caller ID. But it's legitimate business. Typically, they don't leave messages because it's against the law to give out medical information to anyone besides the patient unless they have permission. If they are unsure if the line that they are calling is only used by the patient, they can't leave a message. Even if they have been told the line is only used by the patient, a lot of times they still won't leave a message because they can't keep track of every number that they call (whether or not it's alright to leave a message). It's to protect your information. If they left a message and someone other than the patient heard the message, they'd be in violation of HIPAA.
UPMC appointment confirmation
Same experience as others.
Well its UPMC, Its a universal number....i think its someone i know calling from the psych ward, in fact im almost positive!!! ive had this person call me like this before from another UPMC in Bradock (different number). U cant tell who calls u cause its not a direct line. In my case I know whats up!!
I'm receiving fax calls with this number in the call id. Unfortunately, I don't speak fax. When I try to fax to this number, I get a recording saying that they can't identify the specific number I'm calling. So I can't tell them they're calling my voice phone and it keeps calling me and calling me and calling me. I tried yelling into the phone and banging it on my desk. Finally, I got a call from a guy at the same number apologizing for it. I certainly agree with the guy above that UPMC should have something better in the caller id, preferably the actual number!
UPMC - Eye and Ear Institute - unbelievably stupid of them NOT to display "UPMC" - if only they took care of identifying themselves on caller ID, there would be no virtual trees shredded in this (admittedly useful) "who calls me?" :)
UPMC Eye and Ear Institute confirming appt
Ignored the call, and no voice mail. Very annoying
phone rings...when I pick up, it sounds like someone is faxing to this phone line. Over 14 calls today starting at 9am EST. 4 calls yesterday
just live in the surrounding areacalled twice, no voice mailAnd i dont even have an appointment with UPMCwhat gives?
Called my cell phone on a Sunday morning and did not leave a message. I have no upcoming appointments at UPMC if that is who it is???
It's UPMC calling to confirm an upcoming Dr. Appointment!
They called me representing Delta Airlines to confirm arrangements for oxygen use during an upcoming flight.
I got a message today that a man repeated my company's name to someone in the background. I suspect it is an appointment line for UPMC. One of my employees called to cancel an appointment late last night, and they didn't ask her name or #. They must just take it off the caller ID and put it in to be called in the morning as a reschedule.
It is an appointment setter line, I also got a message confirming my appointment from UPMC.
This is the number that UPMC uses to call you about an upcoming appointment. It's automated and just tells you when your appointment is and to press a number to confirm. I've had quite a few appts. lately and this is the number that calls every time...just answer and follow the directions.
412-802-3100 is a number used by University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. If an employee has a unique office number, outgoing calls from that phone may use 412-802-3100 regardless of the actual phone in use at the time of the outgoing call.
Got a call on my cell.Answered "hello (my name)speaking" as usual. Pause. Voice "Who's this?"It would not kill UPMC to have a policy on telephone manners for their employees
no message left. i would like to think they would leave a message if it was for an interview.
I missed the call and they didn't leave a message
No message either! Who are these ppl?
Didnt leave a message.
I just received a call from this number today, about 15 minutes ago. It was a very nice lady setting up a phone interview.