Jeanes Hospital, located in Northeast Philadelphia, is an award-winning community hospital in the areas of patient and physician satisfaction, clinical care, and medication safety. The nation’s only Quaker-founded hospital, Jeanes has combined excellent medical care with a compassionate, personal touch for more than 90 years.
As part of Temple Health, Jeanes offers state-of-the-art medical and surgical services that are typically only found at large academic medical centers. This includes heart surgery, cardiac catheterization, neurology/neurosurgery, vascular surgery, bariatric surgery, orthopaedics and ENT services. The hospital also serves as a clinical training site for medical students from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.
Although it offers many high-end services, Jeanes Hospital has never lost sight of the bond it has built with its community. The hospital is well-known for connecting thousands of patients a year with health screenings, educational programs, social services and support groups to help prevent illness and improve the health of the community.
The highest level of satisfaction – both medically and personally – is always the goal at Jeanes Hospital.