The Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine (PCAM)
The Perelman Center is a state-of-the-art, 500,000 square foot outpatient facility located on the corner of 34th and Civic Center Boulevard, adjacent to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The facility is designed to create a focused outpatient care environment. The distinctive glass atrium atop the structure allows for sunlight to stream into all corners of the facility. In addition to providing outpatient care, the Perelman Center is designed to anticipate future trends in medicine and advances in medical technology. Dermatology occupies 16,200 square feet located on the first floor of PCAM, having 50 patient care related rooms.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
CHOP is a two-hundred and sixty bed health care facility which is a physical part of the university complex. It serves as an excellent inpatient and outpatient teaching experience in pediatric dermatology. CHOP is one of the outstanding pediatric hospitals in the country and it is a unique resource for training.
The Pennsylvania Hospital
Pennsylvania Hospital is our Center City four hundred twenty-five bed hospital with newly built adjoining dermatology clinic. The diverse experiences at this site include outpatient ambulatory clinics, resident surgery clinic, resident transplant clinic, Mohs surgery and inpatient consults.
Penn Medicine University City
The Department of Dermatology’s location at Penn Medicine University City (PMUC) includes increased space, resources to help streamline services, and improved patient access. General dermatology and Genetic disease dermatology services offer an enhanced overall patient experience. This state-of-the-art building houses nearly 110 exam rooms, six outpatient operating rooms, and an outpatient radiology center. PMUC also includes the multidisciplinary Penn Musculoskeletal Institute, the first of its kind in Philadelphia..
The Philadelphia Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center
Residents are assigned to a four-month rotation at the Philadelphia Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center (PVAMC) located one block from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Faculty dermatologists to assist the residents in all aspects of patient care. This is a five hundred bed hospital, and the dermatology residents assigned to this rotation handle all dermatology consultations referred from other services. There are six clinics each week. The two-thousand square foot Dermatology Suite includes examination rooms, procedure rooms, offices, and a Phototherapy Center.