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Penn Medicine Radnor: Raising the Bar on Clinical Care in the Community

Over the course of the summer, Penn Medicine opened the doors of its latest state-of-the-art outpatient facility, a brand new Penn Medicine Radnor that brings all the lessons of the past two decades together in one location.

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Forging New Connections to Support Public Health in Our Communities

When Hahnemann University Hospital closed in the summer of 2019, many of Philadelphia’s most vulnerable residents were left with a void where they had once turned for health care.

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A Comforting Gift from the Highland Quilters

The new mom looked at the beautiful, handstitched baby quilt in disbelief. The gift was an expression of love that touched the young woman who received the quilt when her baby was born.

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PPMC Cardiology Shows Their Usual Generosity During an Unusual School Year

This year, students across the country have had to adapt to an academic year unlike any other, with some returning to socially distanced schools and others logging online for remote courses.

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    Bypass Surgery Nets Top Rating

    November 13, 2020
    Four years ago an interdisciplinary team from HUP, in collaboration with the Health System, set a goal to reduce the mortality rate for coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery.
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    Call for Nominations: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Involvement Recognition Awards

    November 12, 2020
    The 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Symposium on Social Change Executive Planning Committee of the University of Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the 25th Annual Community Involvement Recognition Awards.
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    A High Flying Tribute for a Princeton Therapist

    November 03, 2020
    Patients showing appreciation to their therapists is not uncommon, said Katherine Lee, MA/EdS, a primary therapist with Princeton House Behavioral Health’s outpatient center in Moorestown, N.J.
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    PAH Focuses on the First 100 Feet

    November 03, 2020
    One hundred feet is a short distance, but a lot can happen in those steps: The Philadelphia Eagles can get a third of the way to the end zone, or you can take the final strides needed to achieve your daily step goal, for example.
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    No Obstacle Too Big to Get Patient Care He Needed

    November 03, 2020
    Thanks to the collaboration, creativity, and dedication of the Progressive Care Unit (PCU) team at Chester County Hospital, patients have been able to receive optimal care, even during challenging pandemic times.
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    PennOpen Pass: Tracking COVID Symptoms to Reduce Risk

    November 03, 2020
    PennOpen Pass, a daily symptom tracker, helps to reduce the risk of COVID-19 to the Penn community, throughout both the Health System and University.
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    Social Worker Helps Cancer Patient in Myriad Ways

    November 03, 2020
    Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, has been selected to receive the 2021 Association of Oncology Social Work’s Quality of Life in Cancer Care Award, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
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    New CHEA Program Will Fight Food Insecurity

    November 03, 2020
    Earlier this year, Penn Medicine's Center for Health Equity Advancement (CHEA) created a Social Needs Response Team which worked with local small catering businesses and a community-based food access organization to deliver over 2,700 boxes of food to vulnerable households.
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    Extra! Extra! Read All About the UPHS Benefit Extras Program

    November 03, 2020
    In 2019, the UPHS Benefits team thought outside the “benefits box” to bring employees UPHS Benefit Extras.
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    It Takes a Penn Medicine Village

    October 02, 2020
    The scene is all too familiar scene in homes across America: parents are having to navigate and manage their children’s care, education and well-being while tending to their professional responsibilities at work.
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