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  • Open House: Center for Transfusion-Free Medicine

    Please join the newly renamed Center for Transfusion-Free Medicine (CTFM) for an open house.

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    2016 in Review: Renovations and Recognitions

    As we jump into 2017, we look back on some of our major achievements of 2016 — from the ongoing renovations and relocations to improve our patient areas to new awards and accolades — and look forward to great things to come in the new year!

  • Get Pumped for Heart Month 2017!

    February marks American Heart Month and Pennsylvania Hospital is celebrating alongside the American Heart Association and thousands of other organizations and individuals to help end heart disease—the number one cause of death worldwide.

  • February Diabetes Education Class Series for PAH Employees

    To support PAH employees with diabetes, the Pennsylvania Hospital Diabetes Education Center is hosting a special series of diabetes management classes for Pennsylvania Hospital Employees throughout February.

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    Gifts of Song and Joy at Hall-Mercer

    Each year, the PAH Human Resources team provides gifts for children who participate in Hall-Mercer Community Mental Health Center’s Therapeutic Day Program.

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    Good Food and Good Will

    PAH’s annual holiday meal is a time when hospital employees can take a moment with their friends and colleagues and share in the spirit of the holiday season.

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    Grand Opening of Café 1751

    The PAH cafeteria has a new name to go with its new look! Earlier this month, PAH and Penn Medicine leadership and staff celebrated the grand opening of Café 1751.

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    Seeing Beyond the Visible: Glowing Tumors Cut Out Brain Cancer with Precision

    Every year, more than 15,000 people in the United States undergo surgeries to remove brain tumors, with hundreds of those surgeries happening right here at Pennsylvania Hospital. And thanks to new research recently published in Neurosurgery from John Y.K. Lee, MD, MSCE, an associate professor of Neurosurgery and medical director of the Gamma Knife Program at Pennsylvania Hospital, physicians might now be able to better distinguish between healthy and cancerous tissue when performing these surgeries.

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    MS Bike Team UPHS/PENN – Pedaling to the Top!

    Congratulations to all of our 2016 UPHS/PENN MS Society City to Shore Bike Ride participants and their supporters for making the 2016 ride one of our most successful to date!

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