Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Rating
193 reviews
3.3 Rating
193 reviews

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is an acute care hospital with an Emergency Department, Inpatient Surgery, Physical Therapy, Radiology services, and Cardiovascular Services. Further, the TPS quality score of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center is unknown. You can use our HIPAA-compliant online process to request your medical records from any US healthcare provider (including Penn Presbyterian Medical Center). We will retrieve your records quickly and safely for a small service charge.

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Special Care Services

  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Coronary Intensive Care

Emergency Services

  • Emergency Department


  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint Replacement
  • Spine Surgery


  • Cardiac Cath Lab
  • Cardiac Surgery
  • Coronary Interventions
  • Vascular Intervention
  • Vascular Surgery
  • Carotid Stenting
  • Electrophysiology

Radiology / Nuclear Medicine / Imaging

  • Computed Tomography
  • Computed Tomography-Angiography
  • Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy
  • Magnetic Resonance Angiography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Single Photon Emission Computerized Tomography


  • Physical Therapy

Oncology Services

  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Therapy

Surgery Services

  • Inpatient Surgery
  • Robotic Surgery

Neuroscience Services

  • Electroencephalography


  • Home Health
  • Hemodialysis

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Emergency Service Available


Group Service


Hospital Type
  • Acute Care Hospitals
Control Type
  • Voluntary Nonprofit
  • Other
Subprovider Units
  • Psychiatric
  • Skilled Nursing
Total Staffed Beds 357

ICU Beds 44

Licensed Beds 350

Bed Utilization


Total Discharges


Total Patient Days


Total Patient Revenue


TPS Quality Score 34.25 Rating
193 reviews

Timothy H

These people saved my life after I went into cardiac arrest. They literally brought me back to life although the chances of me surviving was only 20%. I cannot stress enough the amount of care and skill that was committed to my recovery. THANK YOU

Lo Mack

Recovery room in new building is nice but what happened to the coffee. Also parking validation only for one car. Father getting surgery.. Mom drove, I drove separately but I have to pay for full price on parking. Absolutely ridiculous! Here for 6 hours and no validation. Shame on Penn

Louis Mattiacci

Bottom line .Me and another patient were treated badly. Doctor over looked siss on the back of injured knee.His intern spotted it and said it was run off water from injured knee. Not to worry. Well I'm worrying. After the Doctor. Isrealite 4 or5 mins. With me he gave me my first and last cortisone shot in knee. The pain is 10x worse before I stepped into his office. He's money motivated. Try to push a knee replacement on me the whole time in his and a nice lady were punishes for being late to last appointment and made us wait 3 hours because they fail to notify us a day before appointment.Not a good way to run a business.You fell like cattle. They truly show No concern for you Health. They can Kiss my Italian #SS GOODBYE !!!! NON PROFESSIONAL TO THE TEE !!!! IT SEEMS like it runs in the orthopedic field. This wasn't my first bad experience with these money HUCKSTERS !!!!

Mark Lewis

Ive been going 4 .20 years.Had heart surgery 20years ago still going strong thanks Dr. Fiensmith.

Mary Leventon

The doctors and nurses at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center saved my life by diagnosing and successfully treating my complex cardiology problems. I have had open heart surgery here, a pacemaker implanted, ablations, and other diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. Special mentions to Dr W Clark Hargrove, my surgeon, Dr Brian Drachman, my cardiologist, and Dr Joshua Stern (no longer at PPMC), my electrophysiologist, for providing outstanding services. Special mention to Sandy Solomon, the heart failure nurse, who works tirelessly for her patients. And most special mention to all the nurses on the cardiology floors, who give their all every day. I thank you and salute you all.