Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
|Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania|
|University of Pennsylvania Health System|
|Location||University City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Hospital type||Teaching Hospital|
|Affiliated university||Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania|
|Emergency department||Level I trauma center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Pennsylvania|
|Other links||University of Pennsylvania Health System|
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) is a hospital affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania Health System located in the University City section of West Philadelphia. The hospital was founded at its current location in 1874 by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, making it the oldest university-owned teaching hospital in the country. For 2014-15, U.S. News & World Report ranked HUP at #7 on its list of the best hospitals in the nation. In the same report, U.S. News ranked HUP #1 in the region and #1 in the Philadelphia metro area. The same report rated HUP in the top 20 nationally in 11 of the 16 individual specialties it measured.
HUP is located next to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine's new Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine which houses the Abramson Cancer Center as well as the Roberts Proton Therapy Center. As of February 4, 2014 HUP no longer runs the Level I Trauma Center. Penn Presbyterian Hospital is now the Level I Trauma Center with a brand new state of the art 5 bed shock trauma bay for the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
The hospital is located on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) along with several other health related organizations including a medical school, a nursing school, a radiology technologist school, veterinary and dental medicine schools, research laboratories and outpatient facilities. As of May 2012, The University of Pennsylvania Health System was the third largest employer in the greater Philadelphia area. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is also on this campus. Although it engages in many collaborative efforts with Penn, CHOP is not part of the Penn Health System.
- Penn Presbyterian Medical Center ("Presby")
- Pennsylvania Hospital ("Pennsy") - A separate hospital, on a different campus, that is also part of the Penn Health System. Founded in 1751, it is billed as "America's first hospital"
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- Associated Press (January 25, 1957). "Elmer Wene Dies. Jersey Politician. Former Member of House and State Senate Failed in Two Governorship Attempts. Operated Chicken Farm. 'Battle of Bachelors' Tactics Paid Off". New York Times. Retrieved 2014-12-28.
Elmer H. Wene, unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Governor in 1949, died last night of cancer at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. He was 64 years old. ...