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Clinical Sites 

“Home base” for Temple Family & Community Medicine residents is Jones Hall on the Temple University Hospital-Main Campus. Throughout their three years, residents will also be exposed to a variety of clinical settings within the Temple University Health System, with a focus on the urban environment. 


Temple University Hospital – Main Campus

TUHSTemple University Hospital-Main Campus is a major teaching hospital located on Temple University’s Health Sciences Center campus in North Philadelphia. The hospital provides a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient services to its surrounding community and highly specialized tertiary services to the entire Philadelphia region and beyond. It also provides an environment for the highest quality patient care, teaching, training, and research. TUH-Main is the chief clinical training site for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.


Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus

Jeanes CampusTemple University Hospital-Jeanes Campus is located on the same campus as the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Northeast Philadelphia. Its mission is to provide academic-level medical care to its local community.





Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus

EpiscopalTemple University Hospital-Episcopal Campus contains the Health System’s behavioral health services and a psychiatric Crisis Response Center. The campus also contains an Emergency Department, an 18-bed medical-surgical unit, and primary care and specialty physician services.




St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children

St. Christopher's Hospital St. Christopher’s is a 188-bed pediatric hospital in North Philadelphia that has been a leader in pediatric care delivery since 1875. St. Christopher’s provides holistic care for children throughout the region and beyond, centered on teamwork, technology, and service.