Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation's
first, has a tradition of education that is more than 200
years old. From Jacob Ehrenzeller in 1773 and C. Everett
Koop in 1941 to the present, our programs promote quality patient
care and blend humanistic and scientific training for physicians.
Pennsylvania Hospital takes special pride in the undergraduate
clerkships that are available and in the attention that is
provided to medical students during orientation, onsite education
and ongoing communication. Students from across the country
and world participate in the hospital's training programs.
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