Penn Medicine Valley Forge is a 90,000-square-foot outpatient medical building at the intersection of Chesterbrook Boulevard and Swedesford Road in Tredyffrin Township, Chester County.
Penn Medicine Valley Forge has space for more than 50 primary care and specialty care physicians, and on-site laboratory and radiology services. The three-story building will also serve as a primary care training site for Perelman School of Medicine students.
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Highlights of the facility include:
- An integrated model of care. Instead of separate offices, physicians share space to allow for better coordination between primary care, specialty care and diagnostic services. Learn about services and programs Penn Medicine Valley Forge
- Common electronic medical record. All of the physicians at the center use myPennMedicine, a common electronic medical record that is linked across the entire health system. Patients have access to their medical records through a secure Web site and will be able to communicate electronically with their physician's office.
- Expanded hours. Many of the practices at the center offer extended hours in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate the needs of patients.
- The Henry P. Erdman Educational Center. The center serves as a key training site for hundreds of students from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, who rotate through it to observe "real-world" medical interactions. Students also get involved in community and patient education. Learn more about medical education Penn Medicine Valley Forge
Need an appointment? Request one online 24 hours/day, 7 days/week or call 800-789-PENN (7366) to speak to a referral counselor.