At the end of October, Penn Medicine will unveil a $1.6 billion hospital in Philadelphia, completing one of the country’s greatest medical projects. The Pavilion, a 17-story hospital with 504 private patient rooms and 47 operating rooms, will expand the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s footprint.
- Renowned: Penn Medicine is a world-renowned academic medical center dedicated to discoveries that advance science, to outstanding patient care throughout the world, and to the education of physicians and scientists who carry on our legacy of excellence.
- Expert: Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine’s clinical experts collaborated with architecture, design, and construction professionals to create clinical care spaces that meet clinicians’ and patients’ needs, the health system said.
- Trained: Before the Pavilion opens, 10,000 employees are going through training, including dress rehearsals to prepare care teams. The training builds on years of employee feedback, the system said.
- Telemedicine: They offer telemedicine visits for a variety of services, including coronavirus screenings, select new-patient appointments, and follow-up care. More than 9,000 members of their clinical staff are trained to provide telemedicine visits and participate in thousands of virtual visits per day across the health system.
- Highest level of care: As the highest-rated academic medical center in region, Penn Medicine has physicians, nurses, researchers and teachers all working in unison to provide you with the highest level of care. Over the years Penn Medicine has received many prestigious awards, honors, and recognition for our commitment to providing our patients with quality clinical care.