Shaping Our Future

Increasing Our Capacity to Care  Up-to-date information on the Trauma move to PPMC

The Trauma Center at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center will become Penn Medicine’s Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma Center early in 2015. The Pennsylvania Trauma Foundation will recognize the 25 year history of the Penn Trauma Program as the same program in a new location. Check back frequently for new updates and information!

The Final Countdown is Underway

Alyson Cole
Assistant Executive
Director, PPMC

The transition of Penn Medicine’s Level 1 Trauma Center from HUP to Penn Presbyterian is less than 100 days away. Years of planning and countless meeting hours have gone into the detailed plans, which are beginning to unfold in this final phase. Multidisciplinary teams from both campuses and across the clinical departments are completing their final checklists in preparation for this historic transition on February 4th, 2015. Click here to read more. »

 

 

 

Latest News

  • Center of It All At Penn Medicine’s new Musculoskeletal Center at 3737 Market Street...
    Penn Medicine University City is Penn Presbyterian Medical Center’s newest facility. It is more than just a beautiful new 13-story building, however; it is a revolutionary leap into the future of health care, expanding outpatient services in ways most hospitals can only dream about. Read More »
  • The Final Countdown is Underway
    The transition of Penn Medicine’s Level 1 Trauma Center from HUP to Penn Presbyterian is less than 100 days away.
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  • Super-sized Outpatient Therapy Center Opens Soon in University City
    Penn Therapy & Fitness University City is set to open for business Aug. 4 as one of the first tenants of the 13-story Penn Medicine University City medical building. Read More »

New FAQ's Answered

  • What are the certifications needed to work in Trauma?
    All emergency nursing staff will have completed the Trauma Nurse Course (TNC), as well as Trauma Nurse Core Course (TNCC) or Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (ATCN). Read more »
  • When are they opening the walk way from 5 East to the new building?
    The 5th floor bridge will open in August 2015 when the 5th Floor of the Pavilion for Advanced Care and the dedicated 8-bed Neuro Intensive Care unit is open for patient care. Read more »
  • When will there be another opportunity to tour 3737 Market?
    The building is now open completely for patient care. Organized, formal tours are no longer planned. However, if there is a specific department or area that teams might be interested in further... Read more »
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Ewing Cole Animated Fly-Through of the new Pavillion for Advanced Care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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