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Drexel Medicine: Exceptional health care that's close to home and work.

Why Choose Drexel Medicine

Exceptional, quality health care that's close to home and work.

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Primary Care at Drexel Internal Medicine

By emphasizing preventive medicine, risk reduction and overall wellness, we work with you toward the best possible outcomes.

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Drexel Medicine's Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice

Since 1993, the Partnership has served thousands of patients and
families in Philadelphia coping with HIV/AIDS.

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Quality, Compassionate Care in Philadelphia

Drexel Medicine delivers exceptional, patient-focused health care to the Philadelphia region. Our doctors stay abreast of the latest advances in their fields because they teach the next generation of physicians.

 

Drexel Medicine Highlights

Meet Dr. May

Dr. Krikor Tufenkjian

"At an appointment with me, patients can expect that we will get to know each other well very quickly … Our goal is for every patient to appreciate that we know who they are, and we care about their well-being!"

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Summer Cookout Safety

Dr. Erol Veznedaroglu

Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors and all the delicious food the season has to offer. To avoid getting sick after a cookout, keep these food safety tips in mind this summer.

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Is PrEP for you?

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PrEP is a safe and effective once a day pill that helps prevent HIV. Take our quick quiz to find out if PrEP is right for you.

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6 Foods You Should Eat to Prevent Heart Disease

Heart-healthy foods.

Our diet plays an enormous role in your heart's health. This is especially true for women and other people assigned female at birth, who are more likely to die of heart disease than men and people assigned male at birth.

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