Map of Temple University Hospital
Finding Your Way at Temple University Hospital
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Welcome to Temple University Hospital. To help you find your way in our buildings, we’ve divided them into zones.
How to Get Around
- Find out the room number of your destination.
- Follow the overhead directional signs to the Zone and Zone Elevators.
- Take the elevator to the destination Floor.
- Follow the directional signs to the room number.
- PURPLE: Admissions, Cashier Office, Emergency Room, and Inpatient Rooms
- BLUE: Abdominal Organ Transplant, Anesthesia, Blood Draw Lab/Outpatient Registration, Cardiovascular Testing, Hepatology, Nephrology, OB/Gynecology, Orthopaedics Clinic, Outpatient Pharmacy, Radiology, and Rheumatology
- GREEN: Bariatric Surgery, Infectious Disease, Ophthalmology, and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- ORANGE: Hospital outpatient testing as well as the Cancer Center, Digestive Disease Center, Infectious Disease Clinic, and Lung Center
- YELLOW: The Boyer Pavilion, located at the northeast corner of Broad and Tioga Streets holds inpatient rooms as well as outpatient offices for Breast Surgery, Cardiology, Cardiovascular Surgery, General Surgery, Heart Failure, Limb Salvage Center, Neurology, Neurophysiology, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology, Physical Therapy, Spine, Thoracic Surgery, Trauma Surgery, and Urology
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Temple Lung Center Announces Major Expansion
New department is first in the nation to include thoracic medical and surgical care in a consolidated, multidisciplinary academic department.
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Temple University Hospital One of Five U.S. Sites Testing Rapidly-Acting Depression Drug
Temple University Hospital is one of five sites in the U.S. chosen to participate in the Rapidly-Acting Treatments for Treatment-Resistant Depression (RAPID-KOR) study.
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Congratulations, Temple University School of Medicine Class of 2015!
On the evening of May 6, these 244 former strangers gathered together one last time to take part in Temple University School of Medicine's 113th commencement – a shared experience none will forget and the capstone on years of hard work and sacrifice.
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