Temple University Health System (TUHS), a network of academic and community hospitals associated with the Temple University School of Medicine, provides primary, secondary, and tertiary care to residents in the Philadelphia County (Pennsylvania) area. TUHS' hospitals include 740-bed Temple University Hospital (a Level 1 trauma center) and two community-based hospitals providing acute and emergency care, the Jeanes Hospital and TUHS Episcopal Hospital (home to a 120-bed behavioral health unit). TUHS supports programs in pediatric and adult cardiology, organ transplantation, oncology, and pulmonary disease. Temple University Health System also includes a community-wide network of primary care physicians.
Along with its main hospitals, TUHS operates a whole range of outpatient care facilities that offer everything from specialized cardiac care and spinal rehabilitation to a lung care center, a burn center, and stroke treatments.
In order to keep its hospitals well-staffed and its doctors up-to-date on the latest in continuing medical education, TUHS operates a number of schools and universities including the aforementioned Temple University School of Medicine, Temple University School of Pharmacy, Temple University College of Health Professions, Temple University School of Dentistry, Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, and Northeastern Hospital School of Nursing.