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Chipping Away at Chinatown’s Mental Health Challenges

Pennsylvania Hospital is proud to have staff members devoted to supporting the health and wellness of others long after they have clocked out. While some volunteers champion missions that differ from their professional disciplines, others often take their daily work a step further.

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  • HAP campaign

    It’s Donate Life Month

    April 02, 2018

    Pennsylvania Hospital is pleased to announce that we are once again partnering with the Hospital & Healthsytem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) and Gift of Life Donor Program as a hospital partner in support of HAP’s 2018 Pennsylvania Donate Life Hospital Challenge.

  • National Recognition

    National Recognition for the ED’s Resourcefulness

    March 29, 2018

    Congratulations to the team in Pennsylvania Hospital’s Emergency Department, whose innovative approach to reducing readmissions and connecting patients to follow-up care was recently recognized in Healthcare Business Insights’ Revenue Cycle Academy Journal!

  • Earth Day Preview

    PAH Goes Green for Earth Day

    March 29, 2018
    In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, communities and institutions worldwide are encouraged to consider their environmental footprint and to make a commitment to preserve and protect our planet. Though remembering to “reduce, reuse, and recycle,” advocating for cleaner air and water, and engaging in eco-friendly activities like planting trees and composting are all important, sustainability goes much further.
  • Pampers Preview

    Help PAH Keep Babies Clean, Dry, and Healthy

    March 29, 2018

    Bringing home a newborn is no easy feat, and for many parents, juggling baby-related expenses can be overwhelming. In between physical recovery, new responsibilities, and sleepless nights, there are receipts for clothes and toys, instruction manuals for car seats and strollers – and diapers. So. Many. Diapers.

  • Eagles Celebration

    Pennsy Flies High with Eagles Pride

    March 29, 2018
    PAH is still feeling the ‘underdog’ pride after the Eagles’ Super Bowl win! Celebrations were held across the health system to spread the spirit of victory among both patients and staff alike, including a viewing party on parade day in the Zubrow Auditorium. 
  • care for care provider committee peer support

    Pennsy Promotes Peer Support

    February 23, 2018

    PAH’s Care for the Care Provider (C4CP) Committee recognizes the dynamic stressors associated with working in a health care setting. Driven by this mission, the C4CP Committee is excited to announce that they will soon be launching a formal peer support program that will be available to all PAH staff members.

  • quit smoking pennsylvania hospital

    It’s Time to Quit – No “Butts” About

    February 23, 2018
    This month’s System News covers Penn’s research efforts on the mysteries of tobacco dependence and how basic science may determine the best strategies to help people. Are you trying to quit smoking? Penn Medicine’s WellFocused tobacco cessation program may be just the resource you were looking for.
  • colorectal cancer awareness march 2018

    It’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month at PAH!

    February 23, 2018

    March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and PAH is committed to spreading the word and encouraging life-saving screenings. Each year, over 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, but a simple colonoscopy can make all the difference.

  • nursing academy pah christina constans

    Congratulations to Our Star Clinician

    February 23, 2018

    Last month, one of PAH’s star nurses was named a member of the third cohort of Penn Medicine’s Distinguished Nurse Clinician Academy. The academy recognizes nurses who represent the “gold standard” and serve as role models for their colleagues. 

  • telly gill womens history pah

    Happy Women’s History Month!

    February 23, 2018
    Pennsylvania Hospital is proud to employ so many incredible women across departments, but did you know that PAH had a woman at the helm even at the very beginning?