Facilities

Temple University Hospital

 

 

 

 

Temple University Hospital (TUH) is a 732-bed tertiary care facility on the Health Sciences Campus of Temple University in Philadelphia. It is the primary clinical teaching site for the Schools of Pharmacy and Medicine and is a short walk from both facilities. Notable services of the hospital include transplant services (including a very active lung transplant center); intensive care units in neurology, neurosurgery, trauma, surgery, respiratory, and burns; and active research programs in multiple areas. The Temple University Health System also contains physician practices, an ambulatory care center in northeastern Philadelphia, the TUH Episcopal campus, Jeanes Hospital, and Fox Chase Cancer Center. Originally opened in 1892 as Samaritan Hospital, Temple University Hospital has developed and evolved into a full-service medical center with facilities on campus for the education of doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists and other health professionals. The hospital serves multiple roles, including as a provider of ambulatory care and emergency services for the surrounding community and as a referral center for specialized services. It is a Level-1 Trauma Center. 

 

Temple University School of Pharmacy

 

 

 

 

 

Temple University School of Pharmacy (TUSP) is adjacent to TUH and offers a 4-year Doctor of Pharmacy degree and several graduate programs. Founded in 1901, it is one of the country’s oldest schools of pharmacy. The close relationship between TUSP and TUH allows residents to participate in numerous educational experiences and work with pharmacy students during their introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences, didactic coursework, and small group classes. Faculty and administration at the School are available to mentor residents about careers in academia if this is an area of interest.

 

Jeanes Hospital

 

 

 

 

Jeanes Hospital is a community medical center that contains the Temple University Bone Marrow Transplant Program and has School of Pharmacy faculty as preceptors. It is located about 7 miles from the Temple Health Science Campus. Rotations in bone marrow transplant are offered here.

 

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

 

 

 

 

 

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children is a specialized pediatric hospital located about a mile away from the Temple Health Science Campus in Philadelphia. It is not part of the Temple University Health System, but rotations in pediatric infectious diseases are offered there.