Penn Medicine is a world-renowned academic medical center dedicated to discoveries that advance science, to outstanding patient care, and to the education of physicians and scientists who carry on our legacy of excellence. From initiating the first School of Medicine in the nation to founding the first teaching hospital, Penn has been relentlessly pursuing the advancement of medicine since its inception over two hundred years ago. Key to our continued success as a progressive, world-leading health system are some of the finest nursing, allied health, and non-clinical professionals in the nation whose goal is to provide exceptional health care and support services to the communities that we serve. We embrace the opportunity to teach others, to learn from our partners, and to care for patients with skill and dignity.
Penn Medicine is comprised of two main entities: the Perelman School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS). UPHS includes five hospitals: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Presbyterian Medical Center; Pennsylvania Hospital; Chester County Hospital; and Lancaster General Health; and two community-based provider networks (Clinical Care Associates and Penn’s Home Care and Hospice network).
When you choose to work at any one of the above-mentioned entities, you'll find tremendous teamwork and collaboration as you enjoy an outstanding compensation and benefits package that includes prepaid tuition assistance that is among the best in the region, the opportunity for professional development, and a career that offers flexibility and variety.