Allied Health Careers at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
The allied health professionals associated with the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) give true meaning to the word dedicated. Their capacity for excellence of care and service is evident through their investment in the well being of every patient. Enthusiastic about their work, each professional knows that they are an important link to the patients' treatment. It is their commitment to quality care that makes Penn Medicine more than a health system … it is a trusted part of the community.
Founded in 1874 as the nation's first teaching hospital, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is the flagship hospital of Penn Medicine. A 695-licensed bed hospital, HUP is dynamic and innovative, providing a comprehensive range of both inpatient and outpatient services, including highly specialized tertiary and quaternary levels of care in more than 200 specialty programs and clinics.
U.S. News & World Report ranks the The Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian as one of the top ten hospitals in the country and its clinical specialties rank among the nation's best. The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is dedicated to having a diverse medical staff and training programs to meet the ethnic and cultural needs of the diverse community it serves. And as would be expected, the technology, resources and professional development options are those of a world-class institution.
No matter their interests and professional background, potential employees can be assured that they'll be working with outstanding interdisciplinary teams with the same goal being the benchmark for quality care.
Join the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and build an exceptional career in any one of the following disciplines:
- Pathology and laboratory medicine
- Occupational and physical therapy
- Radiation oncology
- Respiratory care
Employees of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania enjoy a variety of compelling rewards and benefits to fit today's diverse workforce including prepaid tuition assistance that is among the best in the region.