“Volunteering at a community health fair was a way that I could not only contribute to improving patients’ health but also be an active member of the community!”
Hannah Kim, Class of ’24
Hours of Service
First-year students provided over 9,000 hours of community service in Philadelphia and West Reading through the Health Advocacy Practicum (HAP) course.
3,500 low-income, under- and uninsured patients were helped annually at free health clinics by our students.
Over 4,000 people served annually at local community schools, hospitals, and non-profit agencies, as well as in-home visits.
More than 3,700 student hours served annually at 13 Health Outreach Project clinics and outreach programs.
We host elementary and middle school students at our campuses to foster interest in science and health care.