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Affiliated Hospitals and Health Systems

Drexel University College of Medicine has long-standing partnerships with several affiliate training sites. These affiliated hospitals and health systems expose students to diverse patient populations and a variety of health conditions.

Regional Medical Campuses

  • Abington Memorial Hospital
  • Allegheny General Hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente Sacramento
  • Monmouth Medical Center
  • WellSpan York Hospital

Academic Campuses

  • Aria Health
  • Capital Health
  • Chambersburg Hospital (Summit Health)
  • Coatesville VA Medical Center
  • Crozer-Chester Medical Center
  • Easton Hospital
  • Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia
  • Friends Hospital
  • Hahnemann University Hospital
  • Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital (Mercy Catholic Medical Centers)
  • Mercy Philadelphia Hospital (Mercy Catholic Medical Centers)
  • PinnacleHealth Hospitals
  • Reading Hospital and Medical Center
  • Shore Medical Center
  • St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
  • St. Francis Medical Center
  • Virtua Health

 

Abington Memorial Hospital

 
Abington Memorial Hospital (AMH) is a 665-bed, regional referral center and teaching hospital, which has been providing comprehensive, high-quality services for people in Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties for more than 90 years. AMH employs over 5,500 employees, making AMH one of the largest employers in Montgomery County. The hospital's medical staff consists of over 1,100 physicians, including primary care, medical and surgical specialists. More than 1,100 volunteers give their time and talents to support this not-for-profit hospital, and AMH provides more than $45 million in free care to our community each year.

Abington Memorial Hospital

Margot Boigon, MD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Abington Programs, Drexel University College of Medicine

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Allegheny General Hospital

 
Allegheny Health Network is an integrated healthcare delivery system serving the Western Pennsylvania region, Erie region and upstate New York. The Network is comprised of eight hospitals including Allegheny General Hospital, Allegheny Valley Hospital, Canonsburg Hospital, Forbes Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital, Westfield Memorial Hospital and West Penn Hospital; the Allegheny-Singer Research Institute; Health + Wellness Pavilions. The Network employs approximately 17,000 people, including more than 2,100 physicians on its medical staff. The Network also serves as a clinical campus for Drexel University College of Medicine. Allegheny General Hospital, West Penn Hospital, and Forbes Hospital are the sites of our undergraduate medical education program. Allegheny General Hospital is a large quaternary care facility that has 22,000 admissions and 21,000 surgical procedures annually, including complex cardiovascular surgery, renal, hepatic and cardiac transplantation, neurosurgery, oncology, orthopedic, and medical subspecialties services. West Penn Hospital is home to obstetrics and gynecology, and also has a neonatal intensive care unit, and the burn unit. Forbes Hospital is the site of the inpatient psychiatry unit and family medicine rotation. With over 500 residents and fellows in 42 residency and fellowship programs, these institutions provide outstanding opportunities for our students.

Allegheny General Hospital

Daniel Benckart, MD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Allegheny Programs, Drexel University College of Medicine

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Aria Health

 
Aria Health is the largest healthcare provider in Northeast Philadelphia and Lower Bucks County. With three leading-edge community hospitals and a strong network of outpatient centers and primary care physicians, Aria upholds a longstanding tradition of bringing advanced medicine and personal care to the many communities it serves.

 
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Capital Health

 
Capital Health is the region's leader in advanced medicine, with significant investments in advanced technologies and the area's most experienced physicians. Comprised of its two hospitals (Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton and Capital Health Medical Center - Hopewell), an outpatient facility in Hamilton Township, and various primary and specialty care practices across the region, Capital Health is a growing healthcare organization that is accredited by The Joint Commission and received Magnet status three times in recognition of its quality patient care, innovations in professional nursing practice, and nursing excellence.

 
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Chambersburg Hospital (Summit Health)

 
For more than a century, Chambersburg Hospital, an affiliate of Summit Health, has served Franklin County and the surrounding areas as one of two non-profit community hospitals dedicated to building a healthier community.

Since opening in 1895, the hospital has grown to include 248 beds with more than 1,700 employees. The 2012 King Street Addition added 171 private rooms designed with patients in mind, providing a soothing, restful atmosphere.

At the hospital, we offer a full range of medical services, as well as award-winning heart and stroke care. Our facility offers private patient rooms, cardiovascular suites, family birthing unit, state-of-the-art equipment, surgical rooms, inpatient rehab unit and wound care center with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Chambersburg Hospital (Summit Health)

Indranil Chakrabarti, MD

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Coatesville VA Medical Center

 
The Coatesville Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is one of more than 150 VA medical centers nationwide. The medical center and its outpatient clinics in Spring City and Springfield, Pa., comprise an integrated health care system dedicated to providing veterans with health care that improves their health and well-being. Health care offered is continuously improving, patient-centered, data-driven and team-based and encompasses mental health care, primary care, preventive care, geriatrics and extended care, specialty and women's health care, and pharmacy and social work services, and more for inpatients, residential patients and outpatients.

Coatesville VA Medical Center

Eugene Goldman, DPM, Associate Chief of Staff for Education

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Crozer-Chester Medical Center

 
Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Crozer) is a 424-bed not-for-profit tertiary-care teaching hospital located on a 68-acre campus. Crozer was established in 1963 through the merger of Chester Hospital (c. 1893) and Crozer Hospital (c. 1902), and became one of the founding hospitals of CKHS in 1990. Today, the medical center admits more than 19,000 patients, treats approximately 53,000 Emergency Department patients and delivers about 1,700 babies a year.

 
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Easton Hospital

 
Easton Hospital has more than 1,350 healthcare professionals and is a 238-bed facility designated as chest pain center, primary stroke center and geriatric-friendly ER. Easton is accredited for total knee and hip replacement, cancer care, lab, imaging and weight loss surgery. Easton is a Fox Chase Cancer Center Partner and offers 3D mammography.

 
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Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia

 
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is a 772-bed tertiary-care teaching hospital located in North Philadelphia. The hospital has an accredited Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center and one of the busiest emergency rooms in Philadelphia.

 
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Friends Hospital

 
Friends Hospital is the oldest private psychiatric hospital in the nation. The hospital has been providing psychiatric treatment to adolescents, adults, and seniors for nearly 200 years. In 1813, the Quakers founded Friends Hospital based on the belief that all people, even those with a mental illness, can live a "moral, ordered existence if treated with kindness, dignity and respect." The main focus of "moral treatment" was to strengthen the mental wellness of each patient. Thus, treatment concentrated on strengthening mental health, not on curing mental illness. This was a departure from the accepted view of the time and the guiding principle on which all of the hospital's procedures were based. Today, Friends Hospital still operates under this original mission and, using the modern principles of wellness and recovery, strives to provide patients with the tools they need to understand and manage their illness.

 
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Hahnemann University Hospital

 
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Hahnemann University Hospital is a 496-bed academic medical center. The hospital is a tertiary care institution that specializes in cardiac services, heart failure, ob/gyn, orthopedics, medical, surgical and radiation oncology, bone marrow transplantation, renal dialysis and kidney/pancreas/liver transplantation. In 2009, Hahnemann earned Magnet® designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. Hahnemann is recognized by the American Heart Association as a leader in stroke and heart failure treatments. U.S. News and World Report's 2014-15 "Best Hospitals" report named Hahnemann among the top 50 Best Hospitals in the nation for nephrology, and ranked 12 medical specialties as "high performing." The hospital performed one of the city's first kidney transplants in 1963 and one of the first bone marrow transplants in 1976. Hahnemann became Philadelphia's first Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center for adults in 1986, and since then has been served by MidAtlantic MedEvac, an aeromedical transport program for critically ill patients.

Hahnemann University Hospital

Jay Yanoff, EdD, Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education, Drexel University College of Medicine

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Kaiser Permanente Sacramento

Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital / Mercy Philadelphia Hospital

 
Mercy Catholic Medical Center comprises the two-campus community teaching hospitals of Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital, located in the Philadelphia suburb of Darby, and Mercy Hospital of Philadelphia, located in the heart of Southwest Philadelphia. The hospitals offer a full array of acute care services and health programs to promote the physical and spiritual well being of its patients. With 204 beds and 75 years of service, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital is home to comprehensive cardiovascular services, including diagnostics, fully digital catheterization, cardiac surgery and rehabilitation. With 214 beds and 90 years of service, Mercy Philadelphia Hospital is recognized by the American Stroke Association as a silver award winner and home to a state-of-the-art Vascular Center. Both hospitals offer emergency care, a Mercy Cancer Care program affiliated with the Jefferson Cancer Network, orthopedics, advanced diagnostic radiology, physical rehabilitation, and fitness and wellness programs. Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital and Mercy Philadelphia Hospital are members of Mercy Health System of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

A diverse, integrated system providing comprehensive health care services, Mercy Health System is comprised of four acute care hospitals, a home healthcare organization, several wellness centers, physician practices, a federal PACE program, and co-owner of managed care plan, Gateway Health Plan. With 250 primary care and specialty physicians, Mercy Health System is a teaching community health system affiliated with Drexel University School of Medicine and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). The largest Catholic healthcare system serving the Delaware Valley, Mercy Health System is sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and Hope Ministries; and is a member of Catholic Health East, a multi-institutional, Catholic health system co-sponsored by 13 religious congregations. The vision of Mercy Health System is to be a leading provider of compassionate care and community access to quality health services that improve the health of individuals and communities.

James Roberts, MD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Mercy Programs, Drexel University College of Medicine

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Monmouth Medical Center

 
Located in Long Branch, N.J., Monmouth Medical Center, a Barnabas Health facility, along with The Unterberg Children's Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center, is one of New Jersey's largest academic medical centers and has been a teaching affiliate of Philadelphia's Drexel University College of Medicine for more than 40 years. From its earliest days, Monmouth Medical Center has been a leader in surgical advancement and has introduced many technological firsts to the region, including robotic surgery and other minimally invasive techniques.

Monmouth Medical Center

Joseph Jaeger, DrPH, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Monmouth Programs, Drexel University College of Medicine

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PinnacleHealth Hospitals

 
PinnacleHealth is the leading hospital and healthcare system in central Pennsylvania, offering services from prenatal to geriatrics. As a non-profit organization, we are dedicated to the health and wellness of the people we serve. PinnacleHealth includes three acute care hospitals, an extensive family and specialty practice network, imaging, outpatient surgery and oncology offered at multiple locations throughout the region.

John Goldman, MD

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Reading Hospital and Medical Center

Shore Medical Center

 
At Shore Medical Center, located in Somers Point, N.J., kindness complements an extraordinary level of clinical sophistication. People are the foundation of this modern medical center where advanced technology harmonizes with compassionate care. Shore Medical Center attracts the area's best physicians, nurses and clinicians, and is the first and only hospital in New Jersey and one of 62 healthcare organizations worldwide to earn Designation as a Planetree Patient-Centered Care Hospital®. Shore Medical Center is home to six Centers of Excellence for Cancer, Cardiovascular, Neurosciences, Spine and Orthopedic, Emergency and Maternity and Pediatric care.

 
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St. Christopher's Hospital for Children

 
St. Christopher's Hospital for Children was founded in 1875, when it opened as a one-room dispensary for the mill workers' children of the Kensington area of Philadelphia. Today St. Christopher's is a 189-bed hospital providing cutting-edge medical services to children across the Greater Philadelphia area and has been at the forefront of many areas of pediatric medicine.

 
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St. Francis Medical Center

Virtua Health

WellSpan York Hospital

 
WellSpan York Hospital is the region's leader in advanced specialty care. What began in 1880 has grown to a 572-bed community teaching hospital that employs more than 4,400 people and serves a population of 520,000+ in south central Pennsylvania. The hospital offers services and programs that feature highly skilled clinical staff, life-saving technology and state-of-the-art facilities to address some of the most complex medical, surgical and behavioral conditions. It is the only accredited Level 1 Trauma Center in York, Adams and Franklin counties and the only Primary Stroke Center in the area with an endovascular neurosurgery program.

WellSpan York Hospital

Michael A. Bohrn, MD, Associate Regional Dean

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