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To provide a meaningful look at a small sampling of Penn Medicine's community service, this site presents a snapshot of some of the programs in which Penn staff, faculty, and students participate and make a difference.

  • Prevention Point

    Prevention Point

    A Welcome Resource for High-risk Patients

    Prevention Point (PPP) is a non-profit agency in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia. It is a multi-service public health organization committed to protecting the health and welfare of the homeless, the uninsured, individuals suffering from substance abuse, and sex industry workers.

    Learn more about Prevention Point

  • Puentes de Salud

    Puentes de Salud

    A Bridge Between Need and Access

    Puentes de Salud, Spanish for "Bridges To Health," is a non-profit organization operating a health clinic in south Philadelphia. Penn physicians, nurses, medical students and undergraduates from the University of Pennsylvania volunteer to provide care to nearly 1,400 primarily Spanish-speaking patients. Puentes de Salud also provides community members with access to health education programs, while addressing social factors that influence community health.

    Learn more about Puentes de Salud

  • Sayre Health Center

    Dr. Bernett L. Johnson, Jr. Sayre Health Center

    Focusing on the Community ... and the Future

    The Dr. Bernett L. Johnson, Jr. Sayre Health Center brings state-of-the-art health care to a West Philadelphia neighborhood. Services are provided by physicians in Penn’s Department of Medicine and Community Health, and Penn students provide unique mentoring opportunities for students at Sayre High School.

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