Penn nurses serve the local community by carrying on the tradition of caring beyond the hospital walls and reaching out into the community. They volunteer hundreds of hours each year in many programs throughout the Philadelphia area.
Learn how each location gives back to the community.
HUP nurses give back to the community by serving countless roles including the following:
Pennsylvania Hospital's community service efforts aim to improve the quality of life for those they serve and include the following:
At Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (PPMC), working for the benefit of the community is not only a priority, it is rooted deep in our culture. We are sensitive to the disparity in the quality of health and health care among the people of West Philadelphia. Aware of these differences, we use our resources to improve the health and wellness among the underserved. Our hospital partners with community organizations to identify educational opportunities to promote healthier lifestyles and to meet community needs.
PPMC's commitment to give back includes:
The University of Pennsylvania demonstrates their strong commitment to community through the following examples:
Penn Home Care and Hospice Services commitment to give back to their community is found in the following examples:
Congratulations to the 184 Penn physicians listed below who were included in Philadelphia Magazine's Top Doctors 2016.
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A clinical trial is a research study involving patient volunteers that are conducted to find safe and effective treatments for a variety of health conditions.