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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 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!

Drexel Medicine Highlights

Flu Season Is Here

American Diabetes Month

This year, your flu vaccine may be more important than ever. According to The Center for Disease Control (CDC), both flu viruses and COVID-19 will be spreading this fall and winter, and it is possible to catch both illnesses at once.

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SAMHSA Grant

Amy Althoff, MD, Drexel Infectious Diseases

Thanks to a $2.6 million, five-year grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Caring Together program will be better able to treat substance use disorders across the lifespan.

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Drexel Medicine Resumes

Drexel Medicine at 219 North Broad Street

The Drexel Internal Medicine practice at 219 North Broad Street and Drexel University’s Student Health Center have rejoined the clinical practices of the College of Medicine. Previously managed by Tower Health Medical Group, the practices returned to Drexel effective July 1, which ensures continuation of these needed services and reflects Drexel’s mission-driven approach to student and population health in Philadelphia. (Drexel Now)

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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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