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Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

51 North 39th Street Philadelphia PA 19104
(215) 662-8000
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Presbyterian Medical Center is part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System. This center specializes in internal medicine and geriatric care, but also provides emergency services. It also has an experienced coronary care unit. A teaching affiliate of the University, it trains students by providing them with challenging clinical experiences.

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Excellent manner. Explained my diagnosis and course of treatment in a clear understandable manner. Friendly and professional. Very comfortable with this physicians competency. He knows what he's doing and is very good at it.

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So my brother was in a car accident on Saturday and broke his hip and was told that he would be undergoing hip surgery either Saturday night or Sunday morning. He has been not allowed to eat anything since he was admitted on Saturday. He has now been promised a surgery time three times, and been …

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