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Clinical Teaching Sites & Regional Campuses

A fourth-year medical student observes a clinical faculty interacting with a patient.

The Katz School of Medicine at Temple University utilizes a variety of clinical teaching sites throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This provides students the opportunity to see a wide range of medical disorders in people who have varied social, economic and cultural backgrounds, and to learn the management of those disorders in diverse ambulatory and inpatient settings. The Philadelphia sites include:

The School maintains academic affiliations with several major urban and suburban Pennsylvania hospitals, each with a long history of academic and clinical excellence.

  • St. Luke's Hospital - Bethlehem Campus is a regional campus for thirty students per class. Students spend their first years at Temple's Philadelphia campus taking basic science courses, then spend the next three years at the Bethlehem campus
  • Allegheny Health System is a comprehensive clinical campus to which students may commit for all of their 3rd and 4th year clinical rotations

Other sites offer required clerkships and subinternships and elective clerkships. These include the following hospitals, in addition to numerous private family medicine practices: