Transfer a patient from your healthcare facility to one of Penn Medicine's downtown hospitals including, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia's Level 1 Trauma Center. Call the provider-only line at 877-937-7366.

  • Penn Heart Rescue

    Penn Heart Rescue is a rapid referral program at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center with emergency protocols to ensure that patients experiencing ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) receive the best care possible during the critical interval between diagnosis and care ("door-to-balloon" time). All patients who arrive at Penn Presbyterian with symptoms of a heart attack are fast-tracked to receive an emergency angioplasty procedure when time is of the essence.

  • Penn Lung Rescue

    Penn Lung Rescue was developed to ensure patients experiencing a severe respiratory emergency receive the best possible care, no matter where they first seek care. Penn Lung Rescue is the only program in the region that is able to go to a local hospital and initiate Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO), a lifesaving treatment option for patients with acute respiratory failure. From there, the patient can be safely transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.

  • Chest Trauma

    The Penn Center for Chest Trauma brings together experts from Trauma, Orthopaedic Trauma, Thoracic Surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Pain Medicine to treat the following complex injuries and conditions 24 hours a day, every day.

  • Penn Neuro-Emergency Transfer

    Penn Neuro-Emergency Transfer provides one-call access for neuro-emergency care. Available 24/7, the experienced coordinators of Penn Neuro-Emergency Transfer facilitate immediate ground or air transportation to Penn Medicine, including bed assignment in the state-of-the-art NeuroICU for transfer patients.

  • PennSTAR Program

    PennStar is one of the largest and safest hospital-based air and ground transportation medical programs in the region. PennSTAR provides rapid, critical care medical transportation within a 100-mile radius of Penn Medicine's three Philadelphia-based hospitals.

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