Celebrate the 250th birthday of the nation’s first medical school – the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania – with a limited-edition book filled with nearly 200 pages of history. Illustrated with many archival docu...Full story
* What are the signs someone might be having a stroke?
* How much sugar is in a soda?
* How does a cast help heal a broken arm?
These were just three of the many things PPMC kids learned at the annual Take Your Child To Work Day, which ...Full story
Lab Week recognizes the contributions of the more than 300,000 medical laboratory professionals across the United States who work around the clock to perform critical patient-care functions to help diagnose disease and keep patients safe th...Full story
Congratulations to the PPMC FY15 Q3 CAREs Grant Recipients!
Helen Moragne,PPMC Human Resources, has been awarded grant funding for the project,Surviving to Thriving Program.For the past 40 years, Helen has volunteered five evenings each we...Full story
By Rebecca Salowe
On Friday, March 20, 2015, Dr. Jean Bennett and Dr. Albert Maguire were celebrated at the 14th Annual Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (PPMC) Fundraising Gala as PPMC’s Hospital Heroes of 2015.
Every year, PPMC selects a...Full story
Limited-Edition Book Commemorates the Perelman School of Medicine’s 250th Birthday
Celebrate the 250th birthday of the nation’s first medical school – the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania – with a limited-editi...Full story
Building on a longstanding clinical relationship between the two organizations, the University of Pennsylvania Health System has reached a final agreement for Lancaster General Health (LG Health) to join UPHS. A three-hospital health system...Full story
Sharpen your cooking knives for some friendly competition between co-workers! Next week, PPMC’s Cultural Diversity Committee will host the annual International Food Tasting featuring an all new Culinary Competition. Staff who contribute a d...Full story
Each day, 21 people in the United States die while waiting for an organ transplant. Thousands more await a life-enhancing tissue transplant. Still, only 46 percent of Pennsylvanians have registered to become organ and tissue donors.
In hon...Full story