Risk and Testing Guides from Wellness @ Penn. display: none; “Through our nation’s countless struggles over the past two and a half centuries, Penn Medicine has been a beacon of leadership within our region and beyond. The vast majority of instruction for undergraduate students will be online, with very limited exceptions. A Message to the Community on Our Ongoing Planning Efforts . This page will be updated as information and plans evolve. See the latest Coronavirus Information including testing sites, visitation restrictions, appointments and scheduling, and more. Lizzie Petela … Please contact your routine healthcare provider. Throughout this section, you’ll find information about safety protocols within Penn Medicine hospitals and facilities, patient appointments and services, COVID-19 testing, and more. COVID-19: Information on the Novel Coronavirus for Penn Medicine Patients, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. From the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have brought together skilled professionals from all parts of our organization to collaborate on new protocols that ensure we can safely care for all patients—those with COVID-19 as well as patients with other important medical needs. They have increased staff capacity in anticipation of increased call volume. If you have questions about how to navigate your care at Penn Medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, you should call your doctor or our toll-free hotline at 833-983-1350. Graduate and professional programs will continue to evaluate their own operations. Keeping our Campus Healthy and Safe. coronavirus.upenn.edu. The School has a Covid-19 Research and Academic Safety Reporting Committee who will serve as ears and eyes on campus and make it easy for community members to report egregious conduct or coercion in any form. Penn Telemedicine services (215-615-2222) are also available via OnDemand. Do not come to campus if you are feeling sick. We are writing with an update on important new developments in Penn’s response to the global outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Today is no different.” – J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD, Executive Vice President of Penn Medicine and Dean of the Perelman School of Medicine. difficulty breathing, chest pain). For questions regarding submitted applications, please email Covidgrants@upenn.edu. If you are essential personnel, please communicate immediately to your leadership so that back-up personnel can be engaged. Call Student Health with questions about COVID-19 or health-related travel questions at 215-746-3535. We are also here to be a resource for you. Penn Engineering is working to resume on-campus operations as approved by President Gutmann and in conjunction with the Office of the Vice Provost for Research. We write today with the latest update on the additional steps we at Penn will take in dealing with this unprecedented challenge, guided by current data and expert advice.