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Sponsored Events

UPMC Health Plan envisions, implements, and supports events and programs that weave a sense of health and well-being into the communities we serve. We partner with nonprofits and community organizations that share our vision to educate families about healthy lifestyle choices and provide them with the health and wellness tools they need to reach their goals. New events are posted each month, so check this page often to find the latest information.

Upcoming Events

CSSC Events

January

In with the new you!
Saturday, January 11, 2020
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (stop by anytime)
UPMC Health Plan Connect Centers at Logan Valley Mall, Millcreek Mall, Monroeville Mall, Ross Park Mall, South Hills Village, The Mall at Robinson, and Westmoreland Mall
Make 2020 your best year yet by getting—and staying—healthy! Join us to get information, helpful tools, and great giveaways to get you started.

February

Fall in love with heart health
Saturday, February 8, 2020
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (stop by anytime)
UPMC Health Plan Connect Centers at Berkshire Mall, Capital City Mall, Logan Valley Mall, Loyal Plaza, Millcreek Mall, Monroeville Mall, Ross Park Mall, South Hills Village, The Mall at Robinson, and Westmoreland Mall
Get pumped about taking care of your heart. Join us to get information on how to lower your heart disease risk, better manage the condition, decrease stress, eat healthier, and get more active. Enjoy free giveaways, tips, tools and more.

FREE blood and cholesterol screenings will be offered at all locations except Capital City, Ross Park, and South Hills Village, where only blood pressure screenings will be offered.

March

Take a stand against colon cancer
Saturday, March 16, 2020
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (stop by anytime)
UPMC Health Plan Connect Centers at Berkshire Mall, Capital City Mall, Logan Valley Mall, Loyal Plaza, Millcreek Mall, Monroeville Mall, Ross Park Mall, South Hills Village, The Mall at Robinson, and Westmoreland Mall
Colorectal cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer among women and men in the United States. Good news: You have the power to change the risk factors you can control. Join us to get information about how to lower your colorectal cancer risk. Enjoy free giveaways, tips, tools, and more!