Clinical Teaching Sites
“We're here for you." That's the promise doctors, nurses and other specialists at Episcopal Campus have kept for more than 150 years. Today, our commitment is as strong as ever. Some of the services offered at Episcopal Campus include a full-service Emergency Department and Minor Care Center, a 21-bed inpatient telemetry unit, a psychiatric Crisis Response Center, 118-bed Behavioral Health Center, 44 beds reserved for extended acute patients, advanced radiology services, including digital mammography and CT scans, full-service laboratory, as well as outpatient and inpatient consultation services including but not limited to family practice, oral and maxillofacial surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, cardiology, and pediatrics.
Temple University Hospital (TUH) is one of the region's most respected academic medical centers. The 721-bed Philadelphia hospital is also the chief clinical training site for Temple University School of Medicine. The world-class specialists and surgeons at TUH offer advanced treatments — including access to the latest research innovations — that help many patients with serious disease achieve outcomes once thought impossible. As the acute care cornerstone of Temple Health, TUH is committed to excellence in all its patient care, research, and training.
Wordsworth is a private, not-for-profit organization that provides a continuum of education, behavioral health treatment and child welfare services to children, adolescents and families. Services include a Residential Treatment Program, special education programs, and a number of programs that are provided in homes, schools and the community. More than 2000 children and youth receive services from Wordsworth each year. Caring and professional services are provided in a variety of settings. New programming is continually introduced to meet the changing needs of the community. Wordsworth provides evidenced-based and innovative therapeutic interventions and educational services based on the individual needs of our clients and families. Wordsworth helps clients identify strengths, foster resiliency, and develop skills so that each child can reach his/her full potential academically and socially.
Abington Hospital - Muller Institute for Senior Health
The Crozer-Keystone Health System Recovery Center is committed to delivering high quality, comprehensive professional services to all people who are suffering from the disease of addiction and associated behaviors, including co-occurring disorders. We are committed to delivering these services in a culturally sensitive manner, using modern therapeutic techniques and promoting a traditional 12-step method in the healing process. Services include Co-occurring disorder treatment, Methadone maintenance, Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP), Suboxone IOP Treatment, outpatient treatment (OP), Severe Mental Illness (SMI) with Co-Occurring Addictions Treatment, adolescent OP/IOP recovery program, women’s group, case management services, men’s group, DUI program, priority treatment for pregnant women, and assessment and referral services. Temple psychiatry residents rotate at Crozer for their addictions rotation and are welcome to take electives at Crozer as well.
Residency Program Information
Temple Episcopal Campus
Ste. 301 Medical Arts Bldg.
100 E. Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125