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Partners in Your Care

Whether you need a primary care doctor, or a specialist, Penn Medicine has you covered.

Why Choose Penn?

#1 in the Region - Top Ten in the Nation

The Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian are ranked among the top hospitals on the U.S News & World Report America’s Best Hospital list.

Nationally Ranked, Conveniently Located

With more than 30 locations throughout the region, Penn Medicine primary care physicians provide expert care close to home. 

Find a Location Near You

Translating Research Into Science.

Penn Medicine and The Perelman School of Medicine are among the nation’s leading research institutions. In fact, we rank in the top five percent in the nation among academic medical centers for research awards granted. This allows us to be at the forefront of the latest medical breakthroughs — translating scientific and clinical trial discoveries to transform patient care.

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Penn Medicine Locations

Penn Medicine includes five acute care facilities and hundreds of outpatient centers throughout the region.

Find a Program or Service

Search for a program or service and learn how our experienced specialists are ready to treat you.

Conditions Treated (A-Z)

Get reliable health information covering a broad range of diseases and conditions.

Wellness and Patient Support

Manage your health information at your fingertips with our patient portal. We also offer support groups about specific health topics that may benefit you.

Getting A Second Opinion

Many people come from far to get second opinions from Penn's medical experts for diagnoses and treatment options. 

Insurance and Billing

We strive to provide quality care and are mindful of insurance and payment issues. Take a look at the insurances we accept and financial assistance options.

Patient Rights and Safety

When you are well informed and participate in treatment decisions, you help make your care as effective as possible. Understand your rights and safety as a patient.

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