PGY1 & PGY2: Residents & Residency Directors
Philadelphia is a city rich with history and diversity. As a center for the arts, history, dining, and sports, the city offers a breadth of cultural and recreational options to explore and enjoy
Temple University Hospital
Temple University Hospital (TUH) is one of the region’s most respected hospitals. The 732-bed academic medical center is the chief clinical training site for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. TUH is also one of the few Level 1 Trauma Centers and Burn Centers in the Philadelphia area and is certified as a primary stroke center by the Joint Commission.
TUH has been recognized among the best in the region by US News & World Report and was recently awarded the American Stroke Association's Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. As the tertiary care cornerstone of Temple Health, TUH is committed to excellence in patient care, research, and training.
Jeanes Hospital is a 146-bed community hospital located in the Fox Chase section of Northeast Philadelphia. Jeanes provides patients with the comfort and convenience of a community hospital along with the clinical resources of a downtown academic medical center. It has been recognized by US News & World Report, Healthgrades, Leapfrog and Vizient for its quality outcomes, and earned a Certificate of Distinction as a primary stroke center by the Joint Commission. Jeanes is also the site of the Fox Chase/Temple Bone Marrow Transplant Center.
Temple University School of Pharmacy
Temple University School of Pharmacy provides the environment to achieve excellence and opportunity in education, research, and practice. The partnership of the Temple University Health System and the School of Pharmacy permits opportunities for residents to benefit from the clinical expertise of faculty and develop precepting and teaching skills through recitation, lecture, and clinical rounds with the School of Pharmacy students. The School of Pharmacy offers students the ideal combination of a high-quality education, dedicated faculty, active research programs, and a supportive atmosphere.