Lankenau Medical Center is a comprehensive medical complex that has been devoted to the health and well-being of the community since 1860. Our continued dedication to service, compassionate patient care and superior clinical programs make Lankenau Medical Center a preferred destination for patients in the Philadelphia region and beyond. As a teaching and research institution, we are committed to maintaining high-level expertise. Our doctors, nurses and other health care professionals are consistently recognized for providing outstanding care across all clinical specialties heart and vascular care, cancer care, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopaedics, gastroenterology, pulmonology, neurosurgery, nephrology and urology.
Lankenau Medical Center is consistently recognized for providing outstanding care by U.S. News & World Report and other respected organizations.
The Barbara Brodsky suites
Designed with ultimate comfort in mind, the Barbara Brodsky Suites offer a refined and comforting atmosphere for our patients. With the finest in personal amenities, stylish living and dining areas, elegant bathrooms and personalized concierge services, the Barbara Brodsky Suites provide an inviting space for your privacy and well-being. You might even forget that you’re staying in a hospital.To make a reservation for yourself or a loved one, call 484.476.6180 or email [email protected].
The Shabbat Suite
We understand the importance of supporting our patients and families through the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges they may face during a hospital stay. The Shabbat Suite offers a peaceful, comforting space for families to observe Shabbat and religious holidays while a loved one is hospitalized.
Shabbat Suite features
- Two private bedrooms, each with two beds
- Bathrooms with shower facilities
- A spacious lounge and private space for minyan
- Provisions to observe the Sabbath and religious holidays
- Shabbat lamps
- Switch and outlet covers
- Private kitchen with a refrigerator, dual sink, two warming drawers and two microwaves
- A pantry and refrigerator stocked by Bikur Cholim of Philadelphia
- Access code in Hebrew allowing entrance to the locked suite
- Spring Valley Kosher frozen meals available in the cafeteria (These meals are manufactured by the MilMar Food Group in a facility with OU rabbinic supervision on premises at all times.)
To inquire about the Shabbat Suite or speak to our staff regarding your specific needs, please call 484.476.2020.
History of medical educationLankenau Medical Center has a long tradition of advancing the practice of medicine through medical education, and first trained house officers in 1860. Today, 138 residents and fellows participate in nine residency and fellowship programs. The hospital’s residents and fellows represent a diverse group of physicians from many different countries.
Medical students, residents and fellows come to Lankenau Medical Center for their training because of the dedication and excellence of our physicians, our reputation for high-quality patient care and the opportunity to work with scientists in the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research (LIMR).
Lankenau Medical Center’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs include residency programs in internal medicine, general surgery and obstetrics and gynecology, as well as fellowships in cardiology, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology and nephrology. Our GME program attracts outstanding physicians to our staff and provides a pipeline for the recruitment of bright young physicians — all of which result in better care for our patients.
The Annenberg Center for Medical Education at Lankenau Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts educational events for physicians, physicians-in-training and other health care professionals.
Lankenau Medical Center is a dynamic regional center for medical education — promoting the core values that inspire physicians to teach and learn.