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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 for All in Philadelphia

Drexel Medicine offers high quality, compassionate care for all. We welcome patients without regard to race, culture, religion, gender identify or sexual orientation. We are LGTBQ+ community friendly and our care is judgement free.

Many of our doctors have worked in Philadelphia for decades. We understand the city’s diverse neighborhoods. Our doctors and staff speak English, Spanish, French, Farsi, Hindi, Mandarin, Haitian Creole, Togo and Ibo.

As the clinical practice group of Drexel University College of Medicine, we seek to advance care by conducting innovative research. We keep up with the latest advances to better serve our community and students. We teach the next generation of physicians to care for everyone that they treat with kindness and skill.

We want to provide the best health care, no matter what makes you — you! Learn more!

Drexel Medicine Highlights

What Characteristics Impact Likelihood of Developing Long COVID?

Meera Nair Harhay, MD

Roughly a quarter of U.S. adults who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 report having experienced, or are currently experiencing, three or more months of COVID symptoms, such as dizziness, headache, brain fog, and/or other symptoms, according to October 2023 data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Household Pulse Survey.
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Is Your Substance Use Substance Misuse?

Dr. Krikor Tufenkjian

Whether you’re considering Dry January or cutting back unhealthy habits in the New Year, assessing whether your substance use is a problem is an important first step.
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Resolutions For a Healthy 2024

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As you say goodbye to 2023, you may be thinking of New Year’s resolutions. Drexel Medicine has advice for sticking to common New Year’s resolutions, like increasing your exercise or sleep.
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What to Expect During Perimenopause and Menopause

Dr. Kenneth Lau

All women experience menstrual irregularity and hormonal changes as part of menses, as well as changes in lipids and bones. Many women experience symptoms called hot flashes. Some report vaginal dryness and breast tenderness. These all relate to hormonal changes.
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Receive Text Messages From Drexel Medicine

Amy Althoff, MD, Drexel Infectious Diseases

To improve your experience, Drexel Medicine is now offering text message reminders. You can now opt in to receive appointment alerts, billing notifications, MyChart messages, and more through text messaging.
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