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West Reading Campus

A Place to Make a Difference

Tower Health at Reading Hospital has a proven track record for delivering the highest quality patient care to a population of 2.5 million people. Pair that environment with education and training provided by one of the finest medical schools in the country, to make a top choice destination for the health care providers of the future. By fostering compassion and integrity, our students are trained to empower and educate, respect and respond, and above all, hear and heal patients.

What you learn in the first few weeks in a classroom is immediately applied to diverse patient populations with distinct medical needs. Students’ participation in service projects that directly impact the community are encouraged and supported by College of Medicine faculty and staff. West Reading is a place for you to make a difference in the lives of others.


Meet Orcel Kounga

Learn more about Orcel Kounga, director of admissions and student affairs, at the College of Medicine's West Reading Campus.


Meet John Repasch

Learn more about John Repasch, director of standardized patient, clinical skills and simulation, at the College of Medicine's West Reading Campus.


Meet Temi Daramola

Reading Hosp. Street Medicine

Meet Simar Chawla

Experience Hands-on Learning

Students can advance their medical skills and education in standardized patient rooms, anatomy laboratories and simulation labs that promote interdisciplinary education.

In addition, the campus is designed to enhance student life and promote student health and wellness, with access to a fitness center with indoor and outdoor recreation space, Information Commons (Library), lounge areas, a game room and café space.

Our relationship with Tower Health and this four-year regional campus creates an excellent destination for our medical students to build the emerging skills required by today’s physicians to meet the ever-growing needs within health care. - John Fry, Drexel University President