Drexel Medicine is committed to you and your care
As you may know, Hahnemann University Hospital, owned and operated by American Academic Health System, has announced that it will close.
All of Drexel Medicine’s outpatient offices remain open and continue to provide quality, comprehensive care to patients. The quality of patient care and patient safety are always our priority, and we will continue to provide care in the best setting for each of our patients.
Please be assured that your Drexel physician will always take the time to truly understand and coordinate your care.
Please do not hesitate to bring any of your questions or concerns to your Drexel physician.
Drexel Medicine delivers exceptional, patient-focused health care through our network of more than 230 teaching doctors from Drexel University College of Medicine. Our premier physicians provide care in over 18 areas of primary and specialized medicine, and have been expertly serving the medical needs of the neighborhoods in and around Philadelphia for decades.
We provide quality, compassionate care, while using the newest treatments available to promote health. Our physicians are teaching and researching the latest medical advances available at Drexel University College of Medicine.
By the Numbers
- 230 doctors
- 18 specialties
- 219,000 patients seen per year
- 31 practice sites at 20 locations
- 1,900 births averaged per year over the last 5 years
- Drexel Medicine ER site and patient volume: Hahnemann University Hospital – 38,861
Our Convenient Locations
Making an appointment with a Drexel Medicine physician is easy with our many convenient locations in the Philadelphia region, including:
- Center City Philadelphia
- Art Museum/Fairmount
- University City
- East Falls
- South Philadelphia
- Bucks County
- New Jersey
View our full list of convenient Drexel Medicine locations.
Health Care Services
Drexel Medicine offers a comprehensive suite of health care services through our network of over 230 premier physicians working in 18 areas of specialized medicine, including:
- Primary Care
- Family Medicine
- Eye Care
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Sports Medicine
- Women's Health
View our full list of Drexel Medicine health care services.
In the Media
Drexel medical students learn how to understand and communicate with people with complex disabilities from the best possible teachers — people living with disabilities themselves. Their instructors are residents of Inglis House, a specialty nursing care facility that provides long-term residential care for adults with physical disabilities, including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury and stroke. Pulse (Summer 2017)
By creating their own smart fabric, a multidisciplinary team of Drexel faculty has developed a fetal monitor that is wireless, accurate and comfortable to wear. Known as the bellyband, the device will be able to monitor uterine contractions and fetal heart rate in real time without tethering the expectant mother to a bed. The project has received IRB approval, and a clinical trial involving 20 pregnant patients is expected to start in fall 2016. College of Medicine Alumni Magazine (Fall/Winter 2016)
Community Health Programs
For over 25 years, the Caring Together program has helped women overcome substance abuse and start a new life without drugs and alcohol. Managed by the Department of Psychiatry, the Caring Together program addresses the underlying causes of addiction through a multi-disciplinary approach that helps women return as productive members of the community. Learn more about Caring Together.
Under the medical direction of Vincent Zarro, MD, the Chinatown Clinic provides free medical care, social services, and legal counseling to a mostly uninsured, immigrant population. Drexel medical students assist in clinic administration, patient care and medical interpreting. The clinic is located at 10th and Vine St. on the grounds of the Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church. Learn more about the Chinatown Clinic.
The Do One Thing campaign provides rapid HIV and hepatitis C testing in Philadelphia. The campaign's mobile testing unit travels throughout the city to provide testing and linkage to care services at Drexel's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice. Learn more about Do One Thing.
Healing Hurt People is a hospital-based violence intervention program designed to reduce re-injury and retaliation among youths ages 8 to 30 in Philadelphia. It is the cornerstone program of Drexel's Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice, whose mission is to decrease violence and trauma through public health policy, practice research and training. Learn more about Healing Hurt People.
The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership), Drexel Medicine's HIV treatment office, enhances the quality of life for people with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia. The Partnership provides comprehensive HIV care to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay. We are the largest HIV care center in the Philadelphia region and we provide patients with convenient access to needed services. Learn more about Drexel Medicine's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice.
The Women's Care Center specializes in gynecologic and family planning care for women with limited or no health insurance. It also provides care to many local female students. The Center serves as a one-stop shop for routine well-woman exams, pap tests, breast exams, nutritional counseling, fertility concerns and additional health education. Learn more about the Women's Care Center.
Women face many challenges and barriers after leaving jail or prison. Working Together for Women is special recovery focused treatment program for women who have struggled with alcohol and/or drugs in the past and are now returning to the community. Learn more about Working Together for Women.
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