Temple University Hospital

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These 11 Temple University violence reduction programs are enhancing safety in Philadelphia
Type: News Story
Temple has focused on studying violence and developing programs that are making Philadelphia a safer place.
September 14, 2023
Jazmin Evans standing with her arms crossed on campus
Graduate student in search of kidney transplant
Type: News Story
Jazmin Evans, a Temple University graduate student, is not letting kidney disease keep her from achieving her goals.
March 31, 2023
A graphic image of a gun with headliens about gun violence surrounding it.
Understanding American Gun Violence Part 1: The evolution of America’s relationship with firearms
Type: News Story
Experts on gun violence from Temple University share context about America’s gun violence crisis and propose solutions to make the country a safer place.
December 7, 2022
Graphic of a firearm surrounded by news headlines.
Understanding American Gun Violence Part 2: How to solve the American gun epidemic
Type: News Story
Experts studying gun violence at Temple University explain how to eradicate the gun violence epidemic.
December 7, 2022
Moraine Kisenda and Isha Dev with COVID vaccine syringes.
Two students, one historic moment
Type: News Story
Two At Your Service interns got Instagram attention at Temple University Hospital’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
April 13, 2021
Two doctors looking at results in a lab.
HIV breakthrough gets Temple researchers closer to the cure
Type: News Story
Scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine have furthered their research, using CRISPR technology to successfully remove viral DNA, a critical step that might lead to a cure for HIV.
November 28, 2020
student organizing face shields for delivery
‘A World War II kind of effort’: Task force produces equipment for Temple University Hospital
Type: News Story
Forces from across the university have joined to produce materials to aid in the fight against COVID-19.
April 14, 2020
Mary DeMaio and Wayne Stewart outside their antique shop in Cape May
Temple docs saved her life, so she’s thanking them with her legacy
Type: News Story
Mary DeMaio was once told she was too high-risk for a kidney transplant—but Temple doctors performed the surgery, saving her life.
October 14, 2019
Drs. Laura Goetzl and Laura Hart
Center treating pregnant women with addiction funded for second year
Type: News Story
The state will fund the Temple/Wedge Opioid Treatment Program, designed specially for women who are pregnant, at $500,000.
March 9, 2018
Two patient ambassador students talking with a patient
Temple students make impact one patient at a time
Type: News Story
The At Your Service Volunteer Intern Program has dramatically increased the number of student interns from 15 to 85 in about four years.
December 5, 2017
Surgeon Amy Goldberg and outreach coordinator Scott Charles standing by ER doors
Bullet proof
Type: News Story
Amy Goldberg and Scott Charles teach more than 1,000 people each year about the realities of gun violence.
June 23, 2017
A hand holding three pills.
Temple center helps pregnant women facing addiction
Type: News Story
The Temple/Wedge Center of Excellence will fill a crucial gap in care for expectant mothers battling addiction to opioids.
January 31, 2017
Naomi Rosenberg talking to a group of medical students.
Handle with care
Type: News Story
In an essay published in "The New York Times," Naomi Rosenberg, a Temple Hospital physician, reflects on the unique emotional challenges doctors face in the emergency department.
September 20, 2016
An example of the baby box being distributed at Temple Hospital.
New initiative promotes safe newborn sleep
Type: News Story
The baby box program at Temple University Hospital aims to address the common high-risk behaviors associated with infant mortality.
May 11, 2016
Prescription pills spilling out of a prescription bottle.
Study finds opioid prescriptions down at Temple University Hospital
Type: News Story
The implementation of a voluntary guideline has reduced the rate at which powerful painkillers are prescribed for minor pain.
January 13, 2016
A member of the Flu Crew applying a bandage to an employee after a vaccination.
Flu Crew leads vaccination efforts at Temple University Hospital
Type: News Story
Nursing students are taking charge to get 90 percent of TUH employees vaccinated against the flu.
November 23, 2015
Temple Hospital staff makes a special moment possible
Type: News Story
Hospitalized for infection, retired Temple Police Commander Ike Johnstone would not have been able to see his son Lance inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame without special service by Temple University Hospital staff. As part of a multidisciplinary effort led by chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery T.
October 12, 2012
TUH orthopedic surgeon provides expert commentary
Type: In the Media
August 22, 2011
New TUH unit helps patients avoid amputation
Type: In the Media
September 13, 2011
Bike-based program certifies student volunteers as EMTs
Type: In the Media
September 5, 2011
Clinician, researcher and now… president
Type: News Story
Alfred Bove knows sometimes you have to give up one passion to pursue another. He stepped down as section chief of cardiology at Temple University Hospital last September, not to relax or reflect on 18 collective years at the helm, but to take on a new role. In March, Bove will be sworn in as president of the American College of Cardiology for a one-year term.
January 27, 2009