The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) is a specialty-oriented tertiary care referral center with annual admissions exceeding 35,000. HUP is committed to the mission of high quality patient care, education and research. Founded in 1874 as the first bedside teaching hospital in the United States, it is the primary teaching hospital for the physically adjacent Perelman School of Medicine. Owned by the University of Pennsylvania, HUP has over 800 beds and is comprised of 16 contiguous buildings which include new operating room suites. Medical care is provided by over 1,100 housestaff in and 1,900 members of the Perelman School of Medicine faculty.
The Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine is a state-of-the-art, 500,000 square foot Perelman Center for Advacnced Medicine outpatient facility located on the corner of 34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard, adjacent to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The Perelman Center – a $302 million facility and the largest capital project undertaken in the history of the University of Pennsylvania Health System – was designed to create an ideal environment for patient-focused care and collaboration among health professionals. The Perelman Center is home to Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center, radiation oncology, cardiovascular medicine and an outpatient surgical pavilion.
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center was founded in 1871 by the Alliance of Philadelphia Presbyteries. Originally called Presbyterian Hospital of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Philadelphia, it began as a small 45-bed facility on 2-1/2 acres. Over the years, Penn Presbyterian has grown to a modern 16-acre campus with more than 300 beds. In 1995, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center became a part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System. As a teaching hospital, Penn Presbyterian is able to offer patients a full array of state-of-the art services, from primary and family care to the most complex medical and surgical treatment provided by a world-renowned team of medical professionals.
Penn Medicine University City, will serve as Penn Presbyterian’s most comprehensive site for ambulatory care. This facility adds 150,000 square feet to the PPMC campus, is designed to elevate patient experience. For example, a shuttle elevator from the adjacent patient parking garage goes directly to the ground floor of the PM University City lobby, eliminating the need to go outside. Kiosks allow for quick and easy check-ins, with information automatically entered into EPIC, the Health System’s electronic medical records system for outpatients. And with more than 90 providers from a wide variety of services onsite – including outpatient pharmacy and radiology services and a 29,800-square-foot Good Shepherd Penn Partners center – the facility truly offers one-stop care.
Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation’s first hospital, is a 515-bed acute care facility that provides a full range Pennsylvania Hospitalof diagnostic and therapeutic medical services and functions as a major teaching and clinical research institution. The hospital has over 29,000 inpatient admissions and 115,000 outpatient visits each year, including over 5,200 births. Pennsylvania Hospital is part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System and is located at 8th and Spruce Streets in the historic Society Hill district of Philadelphia.
Penn Medicine Woodbury Heights is a 37,500-square-foot outpatient medical building located in Woodbury Heights, New Jersey. Penn Medicine Woodbury Heights houses primary care and specialty care physicians, on-site laboratory services, radiology and physical therapy.
Penn Medicine Cherry Hill is a state-of-the-art outpatient medical facility providing expert primary and specialty health care, plus a full range of medical services serving Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Ppatients and their families can see their primary care physician, consult with a specialist, and get lab work and radiology services all in one place.