Penn Medicine relies on a variety of non-clinical professionals to provide support to its clinical counterparts. From these partnerships, new and innovative initiatives are born, developed and launched with projects such as the Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine and the Roberts Proton Therapy Center.
It is the non-clinical staff that ensures the technology is in place so that physicians, nurses, and care teams can provide the best care possible that patients and their families are well-attended to from the very moment arrive at Penn Medicine hospital or practice; and that the organization is well managed financially and well-staffed with the finest employees available.
Penn Medicine provides outstanding opportunities to work with the best while learning and growing in many disciplines including:
- Business development
- Clinical effectiveness and quality improvement
- Finance and accounting
- General services
- Human resources
- Information Services (IS)
- Medical affairs
- Patient affairs
- Public affairs
- Patient service representatives and clerical opportunities