Why Patients Choose Penn Medicine
Extraordinary patient care is Penn Ob/Gyn Care's number one priority. Patients choose Penn Ob/Gyn Care services because:
- The department has a long tradition of excellence in patient care, research in women's health and reproduction, and residency and fellowship training.
- Penn Medicine is considered a national leader in women's health with one of the largest centers for women's health research and extensive clinical programs.
- The Perelman School of Medicine's women's health program is ranked sixth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
- Penn Ob/Gyn offers primary and subspecialty care for women at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Hospital, and at ambulatory care sites in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey suburbs.
- The Helen O. Dickens Center for Women's Health honors one of the first black obstetricians in the country and provides comprehensive care to the West Philadelphia community.
- Penn Health for Women provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary health care program in Radnor.
- Penn physicians, nurses and clinical staff create a supportive environment for patients. They understand what it's like to be on the patient's side of the table. They listen, and tailor recommendations and care plans to every patient's individual needs.
- Penn's residency and fellowship training programs have a stellar reputation for providing a wide range of clinical experiences as well as exposure to research methodology and training. Penn Ob/Gyn Care also participates in teaching medical students as part of the Perelman School of Medicine curriculum.
- Penn is home to three of the premier women's health research programs in the country: