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Save the Date: The Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show

The 2017 Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show will be held on Friday, April 21, through Sunday, April 23. This year’s show will benefit Penn Medicine’s Department of Radiation and Oncology. The money raised will help support the department’s Quality of Life Program, which was created to improve its waiting areas, making patients’ first encounter on the journey of healing a transformative and holistic experience by providing a place of calm, community, optimism, inspiration, and support.

The Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show is an exciting opportunity to experience history through a world of extraordinary treasures. With more than 60 distinguished exhibitors presenting exceptional handcrafted items and art from the Colonial to the Mid-20th Century eras. Mark your calendars to see why the Philadelphia Show has been called one of the finest of its kind for over 50 years.

More details are available here.  

Penn Medicine Cherry Hill Celebrates Grand Opening

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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. With 28 specialties and expanded radiology and laboratory offerings in one...Full story

Have Your Art Displayed at Penn Medicine Cherry Hill

Calling all painters, photographers, printmakers, and craftspeople! Penn Medicine Cherry Hill is inviting all Penn faculty, staff, students, and patients to submit artwork to its first-ever art exhibition. The art exhibition will be on disp...Full story

Annual UPHS Health Fairs and Open Enrollment Coming in April!

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Open Enrollment this year begins on Monday, April 25, and runs through Sunday, May 8. Look for the Annual Open Enrollment newsletter being mailed home to all UPHS employees in early April that will outline the benefit information and change...Full story

Upcoming Expansion at Chester County

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Last month, Chester County Hospital began construction on a 700-space parking garage to accommodate the growing need for parking spaces on campus. After the garage is open, the hospital plans to begin an expansion project to build new leadi...Full story

National Donate Life Month Kicks Off

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April marks National Donate Life Month, which was instituted by Donate Life America and its partnering organizations in 2003, in support of organ, eye and tissue donation. This year in celebration, Donate Life America has marked April 15, ...Full story

3rd Annual Million Dollar Bike Ride – Register Now!

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The Orphan Disease Center’s 3rd annual Million Dollar Bike Ride (MDBR) will take place on Saturday, May 7, 2016. Beginning and ending in the city of Philadelphia, the MDBR is the only charity bike ride of its kind.We expect over 600 cyclis...Full story

Penn Medicine Facts & Figures

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The 2016 edition of Penn Medicine Facts Figures is now available. This pocket-size brochure targeted for the general public contains a wealth of publicly reported, statistical information about our organization, from details about our late...Full story

2016 Penn Medicine Facts & Figures

The 2016 edition of Penn Medicine Facts Figures is now available. This pocket-size brochure targeted for the general public contains a wealth of publicly reported, statistical information about our organization, from details about our late...Full story

Register Now for Health Equity Week

Penn Medicine is sponsoring a Health Equity Week from Monday, April 4, through Friday, April 8. As part of the conference, Georges Benjamin, MD, executive director of the American Public Health Association, will speak on “Health Equity and ...Full story

Raising Colon Cancer Awareness

Colon cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. If caught early, there is a 90 percent chance that your cancer can be cured. A simple colonoscopy can make a world of difference. To show your support for Colon Cancer...Full story

 

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