“Through our nation’s countless struggles over the past two and a half centuries, Penn Medicine has been a beacon of leadership within our region and beyond. Today is no different.” – J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD, Executive Vice President of Penn Medicine and Dean of the Perelman School of Medicine
Penn Medicine is a leader in medical research, education, and high-quality, safe patient care. From the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have brought together skilled professionals from all parts of our organization to collaborate on new protocols that ensure we can safely care for all patients—those with COVID-19 as well as patients with other important medical needs. Our highest priority is making sure each and every one of our patients gets the care they need, when they need it, in the safest way possible.
We are also here to be a resource for you. Throughout this section, you’ll find information about safety protocols within Penn Medicine hospitals and facilities, patient appointments and services, COVID-19 testing, and more. We encourage you to read our Frequently Asked Questions page or use our chat bot if you have questions about the coronavirus. If you have questions about how to navigate your care at Penn Medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, you should call your doctor or our toll-free hotline at 833-983-1350.
Learn About Our Latest Policies and Guidelines for COVID-19
Read a letter from our leadership team to the patient community about the actions we've taken and will continue to take during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn which patient appointments and procedures may be impacted by the coronavirus.
View the latest information about restrictions to patient visitors for outpatient appointments, inpatient visits, and facilities access during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Learn more about the signs and symptoms of the coronavirus.
View information about Penn Medicine's COVID-19 testing sites for patients with coronavirus symptoms.
View and enroll in current clinical trials at Penn Medicine, studying preventative measures, treatments and vaccines for COVID-19.
Support Penn Medicine health care workers by donating face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE).
Get ideas for free activities and resources that you can do right from home or the hospital.
Get the answers to commonly asked questions about COVID-19, including how it is diagnosed, who is at risk, and more.