Something extraordinary kept happening at Penn Wissahickon Hospice’s exhibition “The Art of Grief” at the Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival.
Congratulations to the latest recipients of a Penn Medicine CAREs grant!
Penn Medicine Cherry Hill, a new 150,000 square foot outpatient facility, celebrated its opening last month at its location at 1865 Route 70 East in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Thanks to the generosity of employees at Chester County Hospital and a Penn Medicine CAREs grant, underprivileged children in their community will enjoy healthy snacks during the school year.
Pennsylvania Hospital recently opened the Center for Breast Imaging, a state-of-the-art facility that will provide patients with access to the most advanced imaging services with the least radiation dose possible for an accurate diagnosis.
Michele Volpe, CEO of Penn Presbyterian, represented Penn Medicine in a gathering of the region’s healthcare leaders to recognize and celebrate their organizations’ participation in the HealthShare Exchange of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Low-back pain is the leading cause of disability in the United States, accounting for nearly 15 million medical visits and $25 billion in healthcare spending annually.
Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine now offers online 3D anatomy courses to students worldwide.
A new Certificate in Spirituality and Health at Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine will teach students how to incorporate spirituality into their medical practice – and feel comfortable in that role.