Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

Penn Presbyterian includes the Pavilion for Advanced Care (PAC), a 178,000 square-foot, acute care building, and Penn Medicine's Level 1 Trauma Center. The Penn Presbyterian Medical Center has an outstanding track record of medical accomplishments — such as creating one of the first coronary care units in the country — and it continues to provide leading-edge care as part of Penn Medicine. In recent years, Penn Presbyterian has become a regional leader in performing minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgery.

Penn Medicine University City (PMUC), also part of the Penn Presbyterian campus, is located at  3737 Market Street. PMUC provides seamless, integrated care to patients by offering advanced treatment options and bringing a multitude of specialties together, all under one roof for outpatient care. PMUC is also the home to the Penn Musculoskeletal Center — the first of its kind in Philadelphia.

Our physical, occupational and speech therapists work closely with a patient’s medical team including the doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, to determine the most effective rehabilitation plan that will help the patient regain function. Therapists provide a range of specialized therapies based on the needs of the patient and physician. They evaluate patients and provide post acute-care recommendations for further rehabilitation.

Upon discharge, patients needing further care have access to a range of therapy services available from Good Shepherd Partners. Whether they need long-term careinpatient rehabilitation or outpatient therapy, patients can expect the same quality therapy and rehabilitative care that they received while hospitalized.

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
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Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
51 North 39th Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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Our expert occupational, physical and speech therapists care for patients at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, including the hospitals’ two skilled/subacute rehabilitation facilities. They are often the first contact with rehabilitation services for patients and their families.
Cancer
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Speech and Swallowing
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