Temple University Physicians is made up of nearly 500 doctors who represent almost every subspecialty in modern medicine – from family doctors to organ transplant surgeons.
These doctors wear many hats. They are compassionate clinicians who are leaders in their fields and renowned for providing high-quality care. They are gifted teachers of medical students, residents and fellows at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University and Temple University Hospital. And they are innovative researchers who are developing new treatments and pushing the boundaries of medical science.
Many of the primary care offices within Temple University Physicians are designated as Patient-Centered Medical Homes – a healthcare model that forges close partnerships between you and your doctor through highly personalized care coordination, special outreach and education efforts, and a care infrastructure designed to assure that you get the care you need when and where you need it.
In recent years, Temple University Physicians has expanded its geographic reach beyond Temple University Hospital’s North Philadelphia campus. Today, our doctors care for patients in several Temple-affiliated hospitals, Center City Philadelphia, Fort Washington, Oaks, and various other outpatient settings. This expanded reach has brought Temple medical care closer to home for many of our patients.
Learn more about the services and programs provided by Temple University Physicians.