TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
3451 WALNUT STREET, PHILADLEPHIA, PA 19104 www.upenn.edu

Total Revenue
$7,238,854,000
Total Expenses
$6,538,611,000
Net Assets
$15,409,177,000

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (THE "UNIVERSITY") SEES ITSELF AS HAVING A PUBLIC SERVICE MISSION. IN SUCH REGARD, THE UNIVERSITY AIMS TO PROVIDE A RICH AND DIVERSE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR ITS STUDENTS; TO PIONEER RESEARCH THAT PUSHES THE BOUNDARIES OF CURRENT HUMAN KNOWLEDGE; AND TO PROVIDE THE MOST CURRENT AND HIGHEST QUALITY PATIENT CARE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM.

THE PROVISION OF EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND CHARITABLE PATIENT CARE SERVICES.

THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ("PENN"UNIVERSITY") IS ONE OF THE OLDEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE UNITED STATES. IT TRACES ITS ORIGINS BACK TO A CHARITY SCHOOL FOUNDED IN 1740, WAS CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE IN 1755, AND ON MAY 17, 1757, HELD ITS FIRST COMMENCEMENT, GRADUATING A CLASS OF SEVEN STUDENTS. FROM THESE EARLY AND MODEST BEGINNINGS, PENN HAS GROWN INTO ONE OF THE LEADING RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES AND IN THE WORLD. PUBLIC SERVICE IS A TOP INSTITUTIONAL PRIORITY FOR PENN. AS SUCH, THE UNIVERSITY AIMS TO PROVIDE A RICH AND DIVERSE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR ITS STUDENTS; TO PIONEER RESEARCH THAT PUSHES THE BOUNDARIES OF CURRENT HUMAN KNOWLEDGE; AND TO PROVIDE THE MOST CURRENT AND HIGHEST QUALITY IN PATIENT CARE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM. THE UNIVERSITY IS HOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY, THE INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, AND THE ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, ALL OF WHICH CONTRIBUTE VITALLY TO ENRICHING THE CULTURAL LIFE OF PHILADELPHIA. IN ADDITION, THE UNIVERSITY IS AN ACTIVE PARTICIPANT IN THE WEST PHILADELPHIA NEIGHBORHOOD THAT IS ITS HOME. I. EDUCATION PENNS FIRM BELIEF THAT EXCELLENCE AND DIVERSITY GO HAND-IN-HAND IS EVIDENCED BY FY2018S CONCOMITANT INCREASES IN ADMISSIONS SELECTIVITY AND CAMPUS MULTICULTURALISM. OF 44,491 STUDENTS WHO APPLIED, ONLY 3,740, OR 8.4 PERCENT, WERE OFFERED ADMISSION INTO THE CLASS OF 2022. FIFTY-FIVE PERCENT OF THE CLASS IS FEMALE, AND 45 PERCENT IS MALE. THIS EXCEPTIONAL CLASS HAS, AT THE SAME TIME, CONTRIBUTED TO PENNS ONGOING GROWTH IN DIVERSITY: AMONG UNITED STATES CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS AT PENN, 43 PERCENT SELF-IDENTIFY AS STUDENTS OF COLOR, UP FROM 39 PERCENT SIX YEARS BEFORE. FOURTEEN PERCENT OF STUDENTS IDENTIFY AS FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS. OF THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE CLASS OF 2022, 10 PERCENT WERE FROM AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST, 46 PERCENT FROM ASIA, 5 PERCENT FROM AUSTRALIA AND THE PACIFIC, 14 PERCENT FROM CANADA AND MEXICO, 8 PERCENT FROM CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN AND 16 PERCENT FROM EUROPE. THIS PROGRESS CAN BE DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTED TO THE UNIVERSITYS CONTINUED COMMITMENT TO INCREASING ACCESS THROUGH GRANT-BASED AID PACKAGES THAT MEET THE FULL FINANCIAL NEED OF UNDERGRADUATES, EXPANDING THE PENN WORLD SCHOLARS PROGRAM, AND STRENGTHENING GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL FINANCIAL AID AND SUPPORT, SUCH AS THROUGH THE NEW WELLNESS AT PENN AND OFFICE FOR PENN FIRST PLUS STUDENTS. PENN IS THE NATIONS LARGEST UNIVERSITY WITH A PROGRAM THAT ENABLES DEPENDENT UNDERGRADUATES ELIGIBLE FOR AID TO RECEIVE GRANT-BASED FINANCIAL AID PACKAGES FOR EIGHT ACADEMIC SEMESTERS. PENNS AID PROGRAM DEMONSTRATES THE UNIVERSITYS COMMITMENT TO INCREASE ACCESS FOR QUALIFIED STUDENTS FROM ALL ECONOMIC BACKGROUNDS. IN FY2018, THE AVERAGE FRESHMAN AID PACKAGE WAS $51,470, AN INCREASE OF 4 PERCENT OVER THE PREVIOUS YEAR AND 73 PERCENT OVER THE AVERAGE AID PACKAGE OF $29,752 IN FY2008, WHEN THE GRANT-BASED FINANCIAL AID POLICY WAS ANNOUNCED. RANKED NO. 8 AMONG ALL NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES BY U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT, PENN IS CONSISTENTLY RECOGNIZED FOR HAVING SOME OF THE TOP ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN THE COUNTRY. PENNS UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAM IS RANKED NO. 1 NATIONALLY, WHILE PENNS MEDICAL SCHOOL AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN BUSINESS AND NURSING ARE CONSISTENTLY RANKED IN THE TOP SIX NATIONWIDE. THE PERELMAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HAS BEEN RANKED AMONG THE TOP MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS, ACCORDING TO U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORTS SURVEY OF RESEARCH-ORIENTED MEDICAL SCHOOLS. IN FY2018, PENN RECEIVED $534 MILLION IN FUNDING FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH). OF THE $534 MILLION, THE PERELMAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RECEIVED $432 MILLION. THE SCHOOL IS CONSISTENTLY AMONG THE NATIONS TOP RECIPIENTS OF FUNDING FROM NIH. II. RESEARCH WITH MORE THAN $1 BILLION IN ANNUAL R&D EXPENDITURES, PENN IS ONE OF THE NATIONS TOP RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES, NOT ONLY GENERATING IMPORTANT NEW KNOWLEDGE IN THE FIELDS OF MEDICINE, TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS, SCIENCE, AND BEYOND, BUT APPLYING THIS KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES AT HOME AND AROUND THE WORLD. REUTERS EVEN NAMED PENN AMONG THE TOP FOUR "WORLD'S MOST INNOVATIVE UNIVERSITIES." PENN HAS LONG BEEN A CRADLE OF INGENUITY DEDICATED TO SERVING THE PUBLIC GOOD. THE PENNOVATION CENTER, THE FLAGSHIP FACILITY OF THE PENNOVATION WORKS, LEVERAGES THIS LEGACY BY CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT THAT NURTURES NOVEL IDEAS AND ACCELERATES THEIR EVOLUTION INTO NEW TECHNOLOGIES, THERAPIES, PRODUCTS, AND, ULTIMATELY, COMPANIES THAT WILL CHANGE THE WORLD. IT WAS AUGUST 30, 2017, WHEN PENN SECURED FDA APPROVAL FOR THE FIRST-EVER GENE THERAPY TREATMENT FOR CANCER. JUST MONTHS LATER, THE FDA WOULD ALSO APPROVE THE FIRST GENE THERAPY FOR CONGENITAL BLINDNESS, A NOVEL TREATMENT FOR INHERITED BRCA BREAST CANCER, AND, MOST RECENTLY, A CAR T-CELL THERAPY TO TREAT LARGE B-CELL LYMPHOMA-ALL FOUR APPROVALS BASED ON RESEARCH BY PENN SCIENTISTS AND PHYSICIANS MAKING A MAJOR MILESTONE IN THE HISTORY OF CANCER RESEARCH. ONE MEASURE OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC STUDIES CONDUCTED AT PENN IS THE NUMEROUS PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS THAT HAVE BEEN CONFERRED ON PENN FACULTY. THE FACULTY, ACTIVE AND EMERITI, INCLUDES 88 MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, 94 MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, 42 MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 30 MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, 169 GUGGENHEIM FELLOWS, AND 15 MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING. NINE MACARTHUR AWARD RECIPIENTS, ONE NATIONAL MEDAL OF SCIENCE RECIPIENT, ONE NOBEL PRIZE RECIPIENT, AND FOUR PULITZER PRIZE RECIPIENTS CALL PENN HOME. PENNS RENOWNED RESEARCH COMMUNITY COMPRISES 189 RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES, OVER 5,000 FACULTY, MORE THAN 1,300 POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS, OVER 5,700 ACADEMIC SUPPORT STAFF AND GRADUATE STUDENT TRAINEES, AND A RESEARCH BUDGET OF $1.02 BILLION. RESEARCH GRANTS WON BY PENN FACULTY MAKE IT ONE OF THE HIGHEST RANKED RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES IN THE COUNTRY. THE OPENING OF THE PENNOVATION CENTER AT THE PENNOVATION WORKS SITE STANDS AS A TESTAMENT TO THE VALUE PENN PLACES ON BIG IDEAS. IT IS A PLACE WHERE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS, DOERS, AND PROBLEM-SOLVERS, INCLUDING THOSE FROM THE PENN ENGINEERING RESEARCH AND COLLABORATIVE HUB, ARE WORKING SIDE BY SIDE WITH IT, BIOTECHNOLOGY, AND ROBOTICS STARTUPS, FORTUNE 500 COMPANIES, AND A HOST OF TECHNOLOGISTS, RESEARCHERS, AND VENTURE CAPITALISTS TO EXPLORE AND PUSH NEW IDEAS INTO REALITY AND EXPAND THE FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE. HTTPS://WWW.PENNOVATION.UPENN.EDU/ III. PUBLIC SERVICE MISSION COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PENN HAS CALLED WEST PHILADELPHIA HOME SINCE 1871, AND MAKES SERVING THE COMMUNITY A TOP INSTITUTIONAL PRIORITY. THE UNIVERSITY REMAINS STRONGLY COMMITTED TO MAKING WEST PHILADELPHIA AN EVER MORE VIBRANT PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK. 2018 MARKED THE 12TH YEAR OF ACHIEVEMENT FOR THE PENN CONNECTS and PENN CONNECTS 2.0 CAMPUS PLANS TO CREATE AN INNOVATIVE, SUSTAINABLE, AND BEAUTIFUL URBAN CAMPUS THAT REINVIGORATES THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY OF WEST PHILADELPHIA. HTTP://WWW.PENNCONNECTS.UPENN.EDU/ SINCE 2006, PENN HAS ADDED 27.25 ACRES OF NEW OPEN SPACE, 6 MILLION SQUARE FEET OF NEW CONSTRUCTION, AND 2.7 MILLION SQUARE FEET OF RENOVATION, REPRESENTING A TOTAL COMMITMENT OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT OF $3.8 BILLION. THE EASTERN SIDE OF UNIVERSITY CITY, ONCE DOMINATED BY THE UNITED STATES POST OFFICE'S SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA HEADQUARTERS - A 24 ACRE MIX OF MAIL PROCESSING AND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES HAS BEEN REVITALIZED BY PENNS STRATEGIC APPLICATION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS. MODERNIZING THIS LAND USE UNLOCKS ITS POTENTIAL FOR GENERATING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; WHILE CONNECTING UNIVERSITY CITY TO PHILADELPHIAS CENTER CITY (CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT) AND AROUND ITS TRANSPORTATION HUB AT 30TH AND MARKET STREETS (AMTRAKS STATION, SEPTAS COMBINATION OF PUBLIC RAIL AND BUS TRANSIT, AND INTERSTATE 76). THE ELEMENTS OF THE PLAN INCLUDED REPLACING THE POST OFFICES SURFACE PARKING LOT AND TRUCK DEPOT WITH THE UNIVERSITYS PENN PARK, A 14-ACRE OPEN SPACE AND MIX OF ATHLETIC FACILITIES THAT INTRODUCED BOTH A NEW GATEWAY TO UNIVERSITY CITY AND A NEW GREENWAY WITH ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS SUCH AS ADDING MORE THAN 500 NEW INDIGENOUS TREES AND PLANT LIFE AND CAPTURING AND REUSING STORM WATER TO MITIGATE RUNOFF INTO THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER. NORTH OF PENN PARK, IS CIRA CENTRE SOUTH. ONCE THE POST OFFICES TRUCK TERMINAL ANNEX, THE UNIVERSITY LEASED THE LAND TO BRANDYWINE REALTY TRUST WHO PRIVATELY DEVELOPED IT INTO A THREE STRUCTURE COMPLEX INCLUDING: EVO, AN 850-BED GRADUATE STUDENT AND YOUNG PROFESSIONAL APARTMENT BUILDING; CIRA GREEN, A MIXED-USE BUILDING INCLUDING A 1,662 SPACE PARKING GARAGE, 9,000 SQUARE FEET OF STREET LEVEL RETAIL BUSINESSES, AND A ONE-ACRE ROOFTOP GREEN AND OPEN SPACE; AND FMC TOWER, A 49-STORY, 730-FOOT SKYSCRAPER AND G

IV. PATIENT CARE THE HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA ("HUP"), THE FLAGSHIP OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM'S SIX HOSPITALS, WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1874 AS A TEACHING HOSPITAL TO COMPLEMENT THE MEDICAL EDUCATION RECEIVED BY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIAS MEDICAL SCHOOL, THE PERELMAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. IT HAS 18 CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS AND PROVIDES TRAINING IN MORE THAN 40 CLINICAL SPECIALTIES. MAJOR AREAS OF INVESTIGATION INCLUDE HEART DISEASE, CANCER, AND DISEASES OF AGING INCLUDING ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, WOMEN'S HEALTH, DIABETES AND OBESITY. THE HEALTH SYSTEM, WITH 2,940 LICENSED HOSPITAL BEDS, IS A VALUED HEALTH-CARE RESOURCE, ESPECIALLY TO PEOPLE RESIDING IN THE GREATER PHILADELPHIA AREA, LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AND CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY. DURING THE COURSE OF A YEAR, IT ADMITS APPROXIMATELY 135,000 PATIENTS AND ACCOUNTS FOR OVER 5.2 MILLION OUTPATIENT VISITS, MORE THAN 359,000 EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS AND MORE THAN 19,000 BIRTHS. HUP IS THE ONLY HOSPITAL IN THIS AREA THAT PERFORMS TRANSPLANTS OF ALL MAJOR ORGANS. PENN MEDICINES LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER, WHICH OPERATES AROUND THE CLOCK TO CARE FOR PATIENTS WHOVE BEEN CRITICALLY INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENTS, FALLS, AND THROUGH BLUNT AND PENETRATING TRAUMAS, IS NOW LOCATED AT PENN PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER. THE CENTER CARES FOR MORE THAN 2,100 PATIENTS ANNUALLY, SEVERAL HUNDRED OF WHOM ARE TRANSFERRED FROM OTHER HOSPITALS VIA THE FLEET OF PENNSTAR MEDICAL HELICOPTERS AND GROUND AMBULANCES. BOTH HUP AND PENN PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER ALSO CARE FOR A LARGE NUMBER OF PATIENTS WHO ARE TRANSFERRED HERE WITH TIME-SENSITIVE CARDIAC AND SURGICAL EMERGENCIES. IN KEEPING WITH ITS CHARITABLE PURPOSE, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM (UPHS) (WHICH INCLUDES THE HUP AND CLINICAL PRACTICES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (CPUP) DIVISIONS OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA), AS WELL AS CERTAIN AFFILIATES, ACCEPTS PATIENTS IN SERIOUS NEED OF MEDICAL CARE REGARDLESS OF THEIR FINANCIAL STATUS. THIS DEFINITION INCLUDES THOSE PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM A MEDICAL CONDITION MANIFESTING ITSELF BY ACUTE SYMPTOMS OF SUFFICIENT SEVERITY (INCLUDING SEVERE PAIN) SUCH THAT THE ABSENCE OF IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION COULD REASONABLY BE EXPECTED TO RESULT IN (1) PLACING THE HEALTH OF THE INDIVIDUAL (OR, WITH RESPECT TO A PREGNANT WOMAN, THE HEALTH OF THE WOMAN OR HER UNBORN CHILD) IN SERIOUS JEOPARDY, OR (2) SERIOUS IMPAIRMENT TO BODILY FUNCTIONS. UPHS ALSO PROVIDES CARE TO PATIENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE OR MEET THE CRITERIA TO QUALIFY FOR ITS CHARITY CARE POLICY, AND CERTAIN AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR SUCH SERVICES ARE DEEMED TO BE UNCOLLECTIBLE. UPHS MAINTAINS RECORDS TO IDENTIFY AND MONITOR THE LEVEL OF CHARITY CARE THEY PROVIDE. THESE RECORDS INCLUDE THE AMOUNT OF PAYMENT FORGONE, BASED ON ESTABLISHED RATES, FOR SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FURNISHED UNDER ITS CHARITY CARE POLICY. HTTP://WWW.PENNMEDICINE.ORG/HEALTH-SYSTEM/ABOUT/ORGANIZATION/POLICI ES/FINANCIAL-ASSISTANCE.HTML UPHS ESTIMATED $19,189,000 AND $16,134,000 COSTS WERE INCURRED DURING 2018 AND 2017, RESPECTIVELY, FROM PROVIDING SERVICES TO CHARITY PATIENTS. THE ESTIMATED COSTS OF PROVIDING CHARITY SERVICES ARE BASED ON DATA DERIVED FROM A COMBINATION OF THE UPHS COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM AND THE RATIO OF COSTS TO CHARGES. ADDITIONALLY, THE COSTS OF PROVIDING SERVICES TO ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS, WHO PARTICIPATE IN MEDICARE AND MEDICAID EXCEEDED REIMBURSEMENT BY $258,803,000 AND $236,995,000 IN 2018 AND 2017, RESPECTIVELY. IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING DIRECT PATIENT CHARITY CARE, IN FURTHERANCE OF ITS EXEMPT PURPOSE TO BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM, IN COLLABORATION WITH OTHER, REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS, IS UPDATING A COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO IDENTIFY THE MOST PRESSING HEALTH NEEDS IN THE SERVICE AREA AND DETERMINE HOW BEST TO ADDRESS THOSE NEEDS. THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM OPERATES EMERGENCY ROOMS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK; MAINTAINS RESEARCH FACILITIES FOR THE STUDY OF DISEASE AND INJURIES; PROVIDES FACILITIES FOR TEACHING AND TRAINING VARIOUS STUDENTS AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL; FACILITATES THE ADVANCEMENT OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL EDUCATION; AND PROVIDES VARIOUS COMMUNITY SERVICES SUCH AS PROVIDING BASIC MEDICAL CARE FOR THE HOMELESS, TREATING OF CHRONIC DISEASE FOR LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS, AND PROVIDING WOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICES TO UNINSURED AND LOW-INCOME WOMEN OF ALL AGES; SCREENINGS FOR THE DETECTION OF BREAST, COLORECTAL, AND SKIN CANCER, CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS, A TOLL FREE NUMBER FOR CANCER INFORMATION, FREE IMMUNIZATION SHOTS, TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR THE CITY FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS, HEALTH EDUCATION CLASSES AND SPEECHES. HTTPS://WWW.PENNMEDICINE.ORG/ABOUT/SERVING-OUR-COMMUNITY/REPORTS BELOW ARE SOME EXPANDED PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS FOR JUST A SMALL NUMBER OF THE MANY COMMUNITY CARE INITIATIVES UNDERWAY AT PENN MEDICINE: - COMMUNITY MEDICINE ROTATION: DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE AND COMMUNITY HEALTHS (DFMCH) COMMUNITY MEDICINE ROTATION FOR FAMILY MEDICINE (FM) RESIDENTS: THE DFMCH TRAINING PROGRAM STRESSES COMMUNITY SERVICE AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT. DFMCH BELIEVES THAT COMMUNITY-BASED EXPERIENCES ARE CRITICAL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE PHYSICIANS WHO RECOGNIZE THE POWERFUL EFFECTS THAT ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS HAVE ON HEALTH QUALITY. THE DFMCHS TRAINING PROGRAM IS A MODEL FOR DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS TRAINED TO MITIGATE HEALTH DISPARITIES AND TO SERVE AS ADVOCATES FOR OUR COMMUNITY. RESIDENTS ROTATE THROUGH A SERIES OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS PROVIDING CONTINUITY IN SERVICE PROVISION FOR THREE COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICE AGENCIES (UNITED COMMUNITY CLINICS, UNITY HEALTH CLINIC, AND PREVENTION POINT PHILADELPHIA). FOR UNITED COMMUNITY CLINICS (UCC), FM RESIDENTS PARTICIPATE EVERY WEEK, SUPERVISING MEDICAL STUDENTS AT THIS FREE HEALTH CLINIC COORDINATED BY UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA STUDENTS FROM THE SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE, NURSING, AND SOCIAL WORK. DFMCH FM RESIDENTS ARE THE ONLY PEDIATRIC (AND ADULT) PROVIDERS WHO SUPERVISE THE MEDICAL STUDENTS AT UCC. DFMCH FM RESIDENTS ALSO HAVE LEADERSHIP ROLES LONGITUDINALLY IN UCCS HYPERTENSION CLINIC PROVIDING CONTINUITY CARE FOR A COHORT OF UCC PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION. THE UNITY HEALTH CLINIC IS A FREE CLINIC THAT PRIMARILY SERVES UNINSURED INDONESIAN IMMIGRANTS OF CHINESE DESCENT. THIS UNDERSERVED, POPULATION STRUGGLES WITH HEALTH DISPARITIES INCLUDING INCREASED RATES OF WORK-RELATED INJURIES, SMOKING, DIABETES, AND GASTRO-INTESTINAL CANCERS. UNITY PARTNERS WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIAS DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE AND COMMUNITY HEALTH TO PROVIDE FREE ACUTE, CHRONIC, AND PREVENTIVE MEDICAL CARE TO THIS HIGH-RISK AND UNDERSERVED POPULATION. UNITY IS STAFFED BY PENN MEDICINE FACULTY, FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS, AND MEDICAL STUDENTS FROM THE ASIAN AND PACIFIC AMERICAN MEDICAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION. LEARNERS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE A ONE-OF-A-KIND OPPORTUNITY TO WORK HAND IN HAND WITH MEDICAL TRANSLATORS; DISCOVER HOW DIFFERENT CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS AFFECT PATIENT PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTH AND MEDICINE; AND SERVE A MOTIVATED AND UNDER-SERVED COMMUNITY OFTEN OVERLOOKED IN PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES. IN 2018 UNITY PROVIDED 971 RECORDED VISITS AND 91 IMMUNIZATIONS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WHICH INCLUDES THE FLU, TDAP AND THE TWINRIX. DFMCH FM RESIDENTS ALSO PROVIDE CONTINUITY SUPPORT FOR PREVENTION POINT PHILADELPHIA (PPP). THE MISSION OF PPP IS TO REDUCE THE HARM ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSTANCE USE AND SEX INDUSTRY WORK BY PROMOTING HEALTH, EMPOWERMENT AND SAFETY WHILE ADVOCATING FOR HUMANE PUBLIC POLICIES AND PROGRAMS. DFMCH FM FACULTY CONTRIBUTE TO THE SUPERVISION OF RESIDENTS PROVIDING CLINICAL SUPPORT FOR PPP HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMS THROUGH THEIR NEEDLE-EXCHANGE PROGRAM AND THE STREETSIDE HEALTH PROJECT (SHP). THE SHP PARTNERS WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIAS DFMCH TO PROVIDE FREE ACUTE, CHRONIC, AND PREVENTIVE MEDICAL CARE TO CLIENTS OF ALL BACKGROUNDS. THE SHP HAS A SPECIAL FOCUS ON LINKING PEOPLE TO MEDICAL INSURANCE, PRIMARY CARE, AND SPECIALTY CARE (PARTICULARLY CARE FOR HIV AND HCV). ADDITIONAL PROGRAMING FOR DFMCH FM RESIDENTS INCLUDE SUPPORT FOR HEALTH PROMOTION WORK IN THREE WEST-PHILADELPHIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS; THE WALK-WITH-A-DOC PROGRAM AT THE SAYRE HEALTH CENTER; DFMCH HOME VISITATION AND HIGH-COST, HIGH-NEED PATIENT PROGRAMMING, ROTATION WITH TWO COLLABORATING FEDERALLY QUALIFIED HEALTH CENTERS (FQHCS) AS WELL AS A COHORT OF RESIDENTS WHO PROVIDE PRENATAL CARE AT A THIRD FQHC; DFMCHS LESBIAN, GAY, BI-SEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER (LGBT) CARE PROGRAMMING. DFMCH FACULTY DIRECT A POPULAR ELECTIVE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS (FM326) AND RESIDENTS IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS SEEKING ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES TO TRAIN AND DEVELOP COMMUNITY-MEDICINE-RELATED SKILLS WHERE LEARNERS ARE PAIRED WITH DFMCH FM RESIDENTS ROTATING ON THEIR COMMUNITY MEDICINE ROTATION. HTTPS://WWW.PENNMEDICINE.ORG/DEPARTMENTS-AND-CENTERS/FAMILY-MEDICIN E-AND-COMMUNIT

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Dr Amy GutmannPRESIDENT, EX-OFFICIO TRUSTEE55$2,874,838
Peter AmmonCHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER55$2,654,184
Larry JamesonEXEC. VP UPHS & DEAN OF PSOM54$2,546,270
Ralph MullerCEO, UPHS44$2,477,764
Michael Sean Grady MdSURGEON - OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY55$2,023,723
Thomas L Spray MdCHOP - SURGEON55$1,991,108
David G Nazarian MdCPUP ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON55$1,851,705
Kevin MahoneyEVP,PROG DEV&EXEC VICE DEAN48$1,761,028
William C Welch MdCPUP - NEUROSURGERY55$1,715,721
Paul J Marcotte MdCPUP - NEUROSURGERY55$1,703,844
Peter D Quinn Md DmdSVP,VICE DEAN,PROF SERV UPHS53$1,571,946
Thomas E Beeman PhdCOO REGIONAL OPERATIONS UPHS50$1,527,033
Phillip OkalaCOO PHILADELPHIA OPERATIONS52$1,291,829
Keith KasperCFO, UPHS46$1,282,274
Elizabeth B JohnstonEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CPUP53$1,108,974
Craig CarnaroliEXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT54$1,091,644
Jon EpsteinV. DEAN, PSOM55$976,186
Regina CunninghamCEO HUP55$937,357
Wendy WhiteSVP & GENERAL COUNSEL54$905,667
John ZellerSVP DEVELOPMENT & ALUMNI RLTNS55$888,710
Gregory RostSVP & CHIEF OF STAFF54$740,818
Vincent Price Thru 6302017FMR PROVOST0$707,738
Maryfrances MccourtVP FIN. & TREASURER53$612,721
Thomas MurphyVP INFO SYSTEMS AND COMPUTING55$593,318
Joann MitchellSVP INSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS55$523,455
Anne PapageorgeVP FACILITIES AND REAL ESTATE53$522,981
Wendell PritchettPROVOST-AS OF 7/1/201754$519,088
Christopher MasottiVICE DEAN ADMIN PSOM55$517,482
Dawn BonnellVICE PROVOST FOR RESEARCH55$480,852
Stephen J MaccarthyVP COMMUNICATIONS55$480,587
John HeuerVP HUMAN RESOURCES55$478,099
Jeffrey CooperVP GOVT & COMMUNITY RELATIONS55$433,863
Leslie KruhlyVP AND SECRETARY55$413,618
Marie WittVP BUSINESS SERVICES55$407,760
Maureen RushVP PUBLIC SAFETY54$384,369
Beth A WinkelsteinVICE PROVOST FOR EDUCATION55$369,121
Trevor Lewis As Of 712017VP BUDGET AND MGMT ANALYSIS55$339,118
John HornCOMPTROLLER55$329,654
Bonnie Gibson Thru 6302017FMR VP BUDGET & MGMT ANALYSIS0$289,808
Hon Thomas W WolfEX-OFFICIO TRUSTEE3$0
Mark B WernerTRUSTEE3$0
Jill Topkis WeissTRUSTEE3$0
Richard W VagueTRUSTEE3$0
Robert M StavisTRUSTEE3$0
Amb Martin J SilversteinTRUSTEE3$0
John P ShoemakerTRUSTEE3$0
Julie Breier SeamanTRUSTEE3$0
Alan David SchnitzerTRUSTEE3$0
Theodore E SchleinTRUSTEE3$0
Marc J RowanTRUSTEE3$0
Ann ReeseTRUSTEE3$0
Ramanan RaghavendranTRUSTEE3$0
Andrew S RachleffTRUSTEE3$0
Michael J PriceTRUSTEE3$0
Julie Beren PlattTRUSTEE3$0
Richard C PerryTRUSTEE3$0
Cheryl PeisachTRUSTEE3$0
Simon D PalleyTRUSTEE3$0
Dhananjay M PaiTRUSTEE3$0
Daniel S OchTRUSTEE-THRU 6/22/20183$0
Ofer NemirovskyTRUSTEE3$0
Kenneth D MoelisTRUSTEE3$0
Marc F McmorrisTRUSTEE3$0
Patricia Martin MdTRUSTEE3$0
Dr Deborah MarrowTRUSTEE3$0
Claire Lomax EsqTRUSTEE3$0
Paul S Levy EsqTRUSTEE-THRU 4/6/20183$0
Robert M LevyTRUSTEE3$0
Charles B Leitner IiiTRUSTEE3$0
William P LauderTRUSTEE3$0
Andrea Berry LaporteTRUSTEE-EMERITUS AS OF 11/3/173$0
Susanna E Lachs EsqTRUSTEE3$0
Michael J KowalskiTRUSTEE3$0
Robert S KapitoTRUSTEE3$0
James C Johnson EsqTRUSTEE3$0
Lynn J JerathTRUSTEE3$0
Osagie O Imasogie EsqTRUSTEE3$0
Lloyd W Howell JrTRUSTEE3$0
Andrew R HeyerTRUSTEE3$0
Janet F Haas MdTRUSTEE3$0
James H Greene JrTRUSTEE3$0
Joel M GreenblattTRUSTEE-THRU 12/31/20173$0
Perry Golkin EsqTRUSTEE3$0
Michael F GerberTRUSTEE3$0
Sarah Wilder FullerTRUSTEE-THRU 10/29/173$0
Christopher H FranklinTRUSTEE3$0
David ErtelTRUSTEE3$0
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