Penn Dental Medicine: Division of Community Oral Health

The School of Dental Medicine, through its Division of Community Oral Health, emphasizes local and global community health as a core competency and highlights the integration of oral health within general health care. The Division of Community Oral Health provides oral health education, screening, preventive and clinical dental services, and referrals in select West and Southwest Philadelphia schools and other community sites and provides supervised clinical experiences for students in community settings serving elderly and special needs patients.
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Family Medicine: Residency Community Initiatives

Family Medicine residents at Penn Medicine participate in a longitudinal community medicine curriculum that utilizes didactic and service–based venues for resident training and community enhancement. The curriculum is based on a series of academic/community partnerships developed with the shared intent of improving the health of West Philadelphia while helping residents develop the necessary skills and knowledge base to be effective health advocates in clinical and community settings.
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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: Office of Government Affairs, Community Relations and Advocacy

The Office of Government Affairs, Community Relations and Advocacy works with departments throughout CHOP, as well as community-based organizations and government officials to assure the best care for the children and families served by the hospital.
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