Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Jefferson
Integrative Medicine Grant
A grant from The Marcus Foundation will help us launch a new integrative health center.
Many people are searching for something more they can do for their health in addition to standard medical treatment. At the Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Jefferson in Philadelphia, we take personalized medicine to a new level. We care about your health and wellness goals, and it is our primary mission to help you achieve them.
Our physicians are guided by the science of medicine and are experts in the art of incorporating complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies into the healing approach. This combined or "integrative" way of practicing is what makes the Myrna Brind Center so unique – and effective.
We welcome you to our Center, and we think you'll agree that our new state-of-the-art facilities create an environment that allows the healing process to start the moment you walk through the door. The space is architecturally magnificent and bathed in light from high windows, as well as ceiling and glass panels. We also have a tranquil outdoor healing garden accessible from our suite.
Our Clinical Programs
The Brind-Marcus Center of Integrative Medicine at Jefferson has opened its integrative medicine clinical practice. The Villanova satellite location of the Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Jefferson offers innovative PET/MRI imaging technology, the only one of its kind in the Philadelphia area.
Our Expert Staff
Our professional staff includes board-certified physicians with expertise in using diet and nutritional supplements and herbal and homeopathic medicines. Our physicians treat adults and children and are able to address either common health problems or complex medical conditions. They are available to work with you directly or in close consultation with your primary care provider or specialist.
The Center staff also includes acupuncturists, nurses and psychologists. And we have practitioners who can teach you to access the healing potential of your mind and spirit. We all work closely together in order to collaborate on treatment strategies and coordinate your care.
Integrative Medicine Research and Education
Based at Thomas Jefferson University's main campus, our academic program promotes research and educational activities related to integrative medicine. Researchers study health outcomes of all patients treated through our programs. Collaborative study protocols are developed with Jefferson clinical investigators and basic scientists. Our academic program has been providing professional education programs in integrative medicine for physicians, medical students, nurses and other health providers since 1995.
Contact the Myrna-Brind Center of Integrative Medicine
The Center is located at:
925 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Please enter the building by the 10th Street entrance between Chestnut and Market Streets on the east side of Chestnut (to avoid the steps at the 925 Chestnut Street entrance).