Penn State Health
Penn State Health is an integrated health system owned and operated by Penn State University. It includes Penn State Medical Center, a 650-bed tertiary academic medical center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Penn State's clinical programs include the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center with campuses in Hershey and Reading; the Penn State Children’s Hospital; the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research; the Penn State Cancer Institute; four community hospitals, 27 surgical centers and practices across central Pennsylvania; seven employed Physician Group Practices encompassing more than 350 clinicians, providing adult primary and specialty care services throughout 44 locations; Home Care Services of Central Pennsylvania, which provides hospice and other home health care services to patients in their homes through eight locations throughout central Pennsylvania; the College of Medicine based on the Milton S. Hershey Medical Campus at Penn State in Hershey, PA. In addition to its core faculty practice plan that serves as a teaching institution for physicians in training, it also offers additional patient care support services including rehabilitation services, lab testing and medical imaging facilities/services as well as many other clinically aligned services. The organization has undergone significant growth over the years since its founding in 1970 becoming one of the largest employers in central Pennsylvania with more than 14000 employees today.
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