If you are experiencing chronic cancer pain, lower back pain or other types of chronic pain conditions, our physicians are prepared to help.
The Palliative Care Service works in partnership with your physician to help you feel better during your treatment so that you can live as well as possible.
Our internationally renowned experts in treating cancers of the pancreas and biliary tract provide personalized treatment that addresses every aspect of your care.
Our surgical team is highly skilled in performing all three types of pancreas transplants: simultaneous pancreas kidney, pancreas after kidney and pancreas transplant alone.
The chaplains of the Department of Pastoral Care and Education at Jefferson are part of the professional care team and can provide the support you need.
Pathologists play an integral role in the care of cancer patients by analyzing tumor samples to make precise diagnoses and to stage cancers.
Our pediatric allergists and immunologists diagnose and treat asthma and all types of allergies in children, from hay fever to food allergies, and are experts at diagnosing and treating pediatric immune system conditions.
Our dedicated team of board-certified physicians has advanced training in the specific knowledge and skills required for anesthesiology on newborns, infants, children and teenagers.
A pediatric cardiologist is specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormalities of the heart and blood vessels in children and teens.
Offers comprehensive care for both routine and serious conditions of the skin, hair and nails. Children from birth through adolescence can seek care for both acquired and/or genetic conditions.
Our board-certified pediatric endocrinologists diagnose and treat disorders of the adrenal glands, hypothalamus, ovaries, parathyroid, pituitary gland, testes, thyroid and pancreas.
Nemours pediatric gastroenterologists are experienced in the gentle care of young patients and can diagnose and treat a variety of common conditions, from nutritional problems to more complex and chronic diseases.
Our pediatric experts are experienced in diagnosing, treating and managing infectious diseases that can be serious, complicated or chronic.
Your newborn may spend time in Jefferson's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit because of prematurity, low birth weight, acute respiratory distress or due to medical, surgical and cardiac disorders.
A child may be born with a disorder affecting the kidney and urinary tract, or acquire one later in life through disease and infection. A pediatric nephrologist can evaluate and treat a wide range of kidney problems.
Neurological issues can affect your child's cognitive functioning, physical functioning or both. At Jefferson, your child is in excellent care, thanks to pediatric neurologists from Nemours.
Should your child need surgery involving the brain, skull, spinal cord, spinal column or other parts of the nervous system, pediatric neurosurgeons from Nemours evaluate young patients at Jefferson.
Our board-certified pediatric otolaryngologists have received special training in the unique care of children, for whom we perform a large volume of procedures.
If your child has breathing or lung problems – whether brief or lifelong – a pediatric pulmonologist has the expertise to evaluate and care for your child.
Our team consists of physiatrists, neuropsychologists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech language pathologists that work closely with families and their physicians to help children reach their full potential.
Pediatric surgeons perform general surgery for children on areas of the body other than the brain, bones and heart. If your child needs surgery, pediatric surgeons from Nemours are available at Jefferson.
Caring for patients from infancy through adolescence, our board-certified pediatric urologists can treat conditions such as urinary tract infections, vesicoureteral reflux and neurogenic bladder.
Nemours weight management specialists focus on helping your family adopt lifestyle changes that can lead to significant improvements in your child's health.
Families close to Philadelphia have access to general, specialty, perinatal and inpatient care as well as neonatal services at Jefferson with medical experts from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.
The primary activities of the Department of Pharmacy are providing pharmaceutical care to our patients.
If you are experiencing pain with your hands, wrists, arms, elbows or shoulders related to arthritis, fractures, dislocations, congenital defects, burns and more, the best place for your care is The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center (formerly The Philadelphia Hand Center) at Jefferson.
If you are at a higher risk of developing melanoma, you can be evaluated and treated at the Pigmented Lesion Clinic.
Our physicians have expertise in both surgical and nonsurgical procedures including face lifts, rhinoplasty, tummy tucks, breast augmentation, liposuction, Botox and Juvederm.
Your primary care physician is the first person you turn to for your health care, so you need someone who's highly skilled, close by and reliable.
Our physicians treat patients with mild to severe psoriasis with multiple therapeutic modalities including light therapy, systemic medications such as biologics and, of course, topical treatments.
Rehabilitation Medicine (See Also: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
A team of occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists, rehab nurses, therapeutic recreation specialists, social workers and psychologists support the full-time staff of board-certified physicians.