For more than a century, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center has provided outstanding health care services. It has grown tremendously over the years, and today Penn Presbyterian ranks as one of the region's premier medical facilities, combining state-of-the-art technology with personalized care from outstanding physicians and staff. Founded in 1871, Penn Presbyterian began as a small 45-bed facility on two and a half acres. Since then, the hospital has grown to a modern 16-acre campus which contains over 300 beds and encompasses an impressive array of medical institutes, specialty centers and research programs.
Penn Presbyterian's physicians provide excellent treatment for symptoms and conditions; and they treat patients as individuals, tailoring their medical care to fit the precise needs of every patient. But it takes more than the most talented physicians and caregivers to become one of the region's most highly respected healthcare providers. Penn Presbyterian's community spirit lives in each person who walks in its halls and we invite you to become part of that community.
To learn more about the volunteer opportunities at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, choose a program below:
The Adult Volunteer Program at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center welcomes community members who are 18 years of age and older the opportunity to help improve the hospital experience for patients, their families, caregivers and the hospital staff.
The College Volunteer Program at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center provides an opportunity to those on a career path to the medical field an opportunity to gain valuable experience and exposure at a premiere institution.