Penn Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine is a unique medical practice that focuses solely on the needs of young women and men ages 12 to 29. This specialized practice provides consultative and primary care in a comprehensive manner with a full understanding of the physical and psychological changes associated with transition to adulthood.

Physicians partner with teens, young adults and, when necessary, other health professionals to provide the highest quality of care possible. When patients visit the practice, they are assured that the visit is strictly confidential. Patients decide whether they would like their parents to attend the visit. Some prefer to be accompanied by one or both parents/guardians, but it is entirely up to the patients.

Apply to be on the Teen Advisory Council Today!

As a part of the Teen Advisory Council, you will be able to attend monthly meetings with the Penn Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine team to work on projects such as:

  • Creating and planning a fun, teen-focused event for March, to celebrate International Adolescent Health Week
  • Creating social media picture or video-based posts about teen health to be shared on the Penn social media platforms
  • Creating a teen health PSA video
  • Providing input about what is important for Adolescent Health medical practices to do to make patients like you comfortable.

All candidates should be from the Philadelphia metropolitan area and either a middle school or a high school student (ages 13 to 18 years). Council members will receive a stipend of $150 when responsibilities are completed. If you are interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering or math), health, education or communications – this opportunity is for you!

Please email us at PayamTAC@pennmedicine.upenn.edu to receive the application form. Fully Completed Applications due Sunday, November 7th.

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New Patient Forms

If you are a new patient, please download the patient record release form prior to your visit.

Forms can be faxed to our Radnor office to 610-902-2466.

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