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14th Annual Penn Presbyterian Benefit: I ♥ Philly


PPMCbenefitThe Board of Trustees, Administration and Faculty invite you to the 14th Annual Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Benefit honoring this year's Hospital Heroes, Jean Bennett, MD, PhD and Albert M. Maguire, MD.

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Location: Vie, 600 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Tickets: $150 per person and include valet parking, open bar, hors d'oeuvres and dinner. Sponsorships with additional benefits are also available.

In the spirit of this year's theme, I Love Philly, please join us for food, dancing, high spirits and a silent auction. The proceeds from this year's event will contribute toward the future work of the Molecular Ophthalmology program at Scheie Eye Institute.

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Showering the Love

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When Corvette Johnson’s water broke just 21 weeks into her fourth pregnancy last fall, she was rushed to a local hospital, where she says she was told to terminate her pregnancy. Instead, she sought help from the high-risk pregnancy expe...Full story

Taking Care of Families is Part of Caring for Patients

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Located at the top of the escalator on the Ravdin Mezzanine, the Center for Family Caregivers is many things to many people. For example, some family members use its computer, fax and printer to help keep the everyday parts of their lives o...Full story

Now Open: The Trauma Center at Penn Presbyterian

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Marking one of the biggest milestones in the development of the Pavilion for Advanced Care, on February 4, 2015, eight patients were transferred from the Ortho Trauma and Trauma Services units at HUP to the 4 PAC TSICU and Cupp 4 East at PP...Full story

PAC it Up, PAC it In

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On Wednesday, Penn Medicine officially transitioned its Level I Trauma Center from HUP to PPMC, marking a major milestone in the facility’s development. January was a busy month with preparations and moves. The first patient arrived on Janu...Full story

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of MLK

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This past January 19, nationally recognized as Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Pennsylvania Hospital hosted its 13th annual MLK Day at PAH. The event is sponsored by what was formerly known as the hospital’s Black History Month Commi...Full story

Courage to Conviction

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In the early 1980s, Jim Browning, director of Pastoral Care, was assigned to a Memphis church that was located just five blocks from the Lorraine Motel, where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated more than 15 years before....Full story

Art and Medicine: A Beneficial Pairing on Many Levels

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The two sides of our brain process information in distinct ways. The left hemisphere uses an analytical, logical approach while the right side generally sees life from a creative point of view. Yet, the two sides, while seemingly independ...Full story

The New Nightingale

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The image of the nurse is synonymous with hospitals and doctors’ offices. But in 2015, that sure is one old school point of view. Today’s nurses defy old stereotypes. Both male and female, many earn multiple advanced degrees, working out of...Full story

2015 is PAC’ed

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Penn Presbyterian kicked off 2015 in a big way! There was a flurry of excitement and activity at 6:30 a.m. on January 5, when we rolled out the red carpet and welcomed the first patients to the Pavilion for Advanced Care (PAC). All hands we...Full story

A Willingness to Step Up

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“I cannot say enough positive things about my hospital stay at Penn.” “I was made comfortable in every way possible.” “I felt I was important to everyone.” “From the moment I arrived, I was treated like royalty.” The patient experience...Full story

 

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