Our Commitment to the Community

Since 1982, Penn Wissahickon Hospice has grown from serving specific areas of Philadelphia and Montgomery County to encompass the entire Greater Philadelphia region. As a community-based hospice, Penn Wissahickon Hospice recognizes the importance of community resources in providing quality hospice care. We work with churches and community organizations to further our mission and depend on community volunteers to work with hospice patients in their own neighborhoods.

Penn Wissahickon Hospice also recognizes that each community is different and has its own needs. In acknowledging different community needs throughout the Greater Philadelphia region service area, Penn Wissahickon Hospice establishes an office in each community it serves to ensure high quality, community-sensitive hospice care.

Community offices are located:

Main Office:
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia
215-247-0277 or 1-800-700-8807
Fax 215-248-3253

Satellite Offices:
Germantown (Northwest Philadelphia)
215-548-5300
Fax 215-548-5097

King of Prussia (Suburban Philadelphia)
610-239-2666
Fax 610-239-2622

at Pennsylvania Hospital (Center City Philadelphia)
215-829-7820
Fax 215-829-7838

West Philadelphia
215-472-7808
Fax 215-476-2613

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP)/Presbyterian Medical Center (PMC)
Contact the Penn Wissahickon Hospice Liaison at
Tel: 215-614-0117 or page 610-975-1462
Fax 215-614-0118

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