Drexel Internal Medicine
At Drexel Internal Medicine, we pride ourselves on delivering quality, compassionate care while using the newest treatments available. Our goal is to promote the best health and well-being for our adult patients aged 18 years and up. We provide evaluation, diagnosis and management of routine and complex diseases and conditions.
By emphasizing preventive medicine, risk reduction and overall wellness, Drexel Internal Medicine works with you toward the best possible outcomes. Conveniently located in Center City Philadelphia, we are trained, board-certified physicians who are experts in internal medicine.
We work as a team to provide and coordinate full health care services. This team includes you as the patient, your primary clinician, advanced practice providers and support staff. Our team follows evidenced-based guidelines to ensure the best services are tailored to your personal needs.
NCQA Recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home
Drexel Internal Medicine at 219 N. Broad Street is a recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Our patients' health care needs are managed through a Drexel Medicine primary care physician, who coordinates with other qualified health professionals, so that the care received maximizes overall health and well-being.
Drexel Internal Medicine Services
At Drexel Internal Medicine we help adult patients (ages 18+) stay healthy. We treat short- and long-term health concerns. We will listen to you so that we understand your unique health needs.
Learn about our services.
We are located in Center City Philadelphia with easy access to public transportation and parking.
I am healthy. Do I need a well visit or "checkup?”
It is important to see your provider at least once a year, even if you feel healthy. We call this “preventive care," because it helps keep you well.
Some sicknesses don’t make you feel ill right away. We can do tests to check for these sicknesses, and then treat them to help make sure they won’t cause future problems with your health. Tests we offer include:
- Checking for high blood pressure
- Blood tests for diabetes and thyroid problems
- Checking for signs of reproductive system cancers (ex. cervical cancer)
- Checking breast tissue for signs of cancer
- Testing for sexually transmitted illnesses
- Women's health
- And more
At checkups, your provider will let you know if you need any vaccines (ex. a flu shot or COVID-19 booster) to help protect your health. If you will be traveling outside of the United States, we can make sure you are vaccinated for illnesses that are common where you are going.
Having habits that help you stay healthy is also part of preventive care. We can answer your questions and give advice about things like:
- Food (ex. choosing food that is affordable, tasty and gives your body what it needs for growth and health)
- Sleep (ex. how many hours you sleep each night or if you have trouble falling/staying asleep)
- Physical activity (ex. playing a sport, doing a workout or walking/biking for transportation)
- Sexual health (ex. protecting yourself from sexually transmitted illnesses, preventing pregnancy, etc.)
- PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) if you are at higher risk of getting HIV
- Quitting smoking
- Gaining or losing weight
- Stress, anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns
I think I’m sick or injured. How can you help me?
We offer same-day or next-day, urgent care appointments. If you aren’t feeling well, please call 215.762.5037 to make an appointment.
We will talk with you and use physical exams or tests (like in the examples above) to help us figure out what’s causing your symptoms.
We can treat a wide range of illnesses ourselves, but sometimes, we will "refer" or send you to another health care professional. For example, we could refer you to a medical office that has technology (ex. X-rays) or make a referral for surgery.
We offer same-day or next-day appointments for urgent symptoms. Call 215.762.5037 for more information.
Urgent care issues may include:
- Back or muscle pain
- Bronchitis or a persistent cough
- Cuts and minor burns
- Skin conditions
- Sprains or joint pain
- Upper respiratory infection
- Urinary tract infections
I have a long-term illness. How can you help me?
We can help you manage long-term diseases and conditions. We work as a team to provide and coordinate full health care services. This team includes you as the patient, as well as your Drexel Medicine provider and other members of our staff. Our team follows evidence-based guidelines to make sure you get the best possible care, tailored to your personal needs.
Long-term issues may include:
- Bone- or joint-related diseases, including arthritis
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Lung disease
The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.
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