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What hospitals are located in Philadelphia?

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Hospitals of the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Hahnemann University Hospital and Pennsylvania Hospital are located in Philadelphia, according to U.S. News & World Report. The magazine ranks these hospitals among the top 10 in the city.

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Penn Presbyterian is ranked number one in Philadelphia and number two in the state, notes U.S. News. It is nationally ranked in several specialties and offers its patients access to thousands of doctors. The hospital is located on North 39th Street in Philadelphia, west of Drexel University.

Thomas Jefferson University is a medical and surgical hospital situated just across the Schuylkill River from Penn Presbyterian on 11th Street, indicates U.S. News. The hospital sees almost 50,000 admissions each year, and its trauma center garners more than 100,000 annual visits. It is the number two hospital in Philadelphia and number four in Pennsylvania.

Hahnemann University Hospital sits just north of Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania Convention Center at the corner of Broad and Vine Streets, notes U.S. News. The hospital is ranked number four in the city and number seven in the state. Its specialties include cancer, diabetes, geriatrics and orthopedics. Pennsylvania Hospital is located a few blocks away on Spruce Street, and its specialties include hip and knee replacement, cardiology, and urology. It is ranked number six in Philadelphia and number nine in the state.

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