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The Center for Surgical Health

Supporting, educating, and advocating for vulnerable individuals with surgical diseases

A Message from Our Director

The State of CSH

June 24, 2021

"We want to be sure that we get the entirety of our team together, at least annually, to share both our successes and areas for improvement and our strategic mission for the upcoming year."

Our Vision

To create sustainable infrastructure through which all members of our community can access high-quality, cost-conscious surgical care, despite socioeconomic, political, racial, cultural or gender-based disparities.

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Clinic Schedule

Come see us at these locations!

Puentes De Salud
1700 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146

University City Hospitality Coalition (UCHC) @ the Philadelphia Episcopal Church

23 S. 38th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

*UCHC is currently not open due to COVID-19

 

Can't make it at these times?

No problem! Call us at 267-702-5530 or email us at CSH@pennmedicine.upenn.edu to set a time to visit.

Conditions Treated

We provide free consultation for adult surgical conditions including but not limited to those in the diagram.

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About The Center for Surgical Health

The Center for Surgical Health was founded as the Agnew Surgery Clinic in 2016 under Dr. Jon Morris at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The Center was started with the goal of improving access to surgical care in Philadelphia, a goal that we continue to carry out every day. The clinic is student-run with surgery resident and faculty oversight. We partner with numerous community organizations to address all aspects of patient care, from the medical details to the socioeconomic components of health. 

 

Divisions

6 collaborative divisions encompassing all aspects of surgical care

 

Get Involved

The Center for Surgical Health is always looking for additional people to help us achieve our goal of supporting, educating, and advocating for vulnerable individuals with surgical diseases. If you have an idea on how we can improve our Center, or would like to volunteer with us, please contact us at csh@pennmedicine.upenn.edu. We would also greatly appreciate any donations, which will go directly towards patient care (diagnostic testing, surgical services, transportation, surgical supplies) or supporting our educational, advocacy, and research efforts. 

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Our Partners

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