Jefferson University Hospitals


Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

As the most common form of dementia, our specialists treat Alzheimer's patients early in the disease progression, while also providing skills and support to caregivers.


Our specialists offer several treatments options for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) disease, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and other types of neuromuscular diseases.

Analgesic Nephropathy

When it comes to kidney damage caused by analgesics, also known as painkillers, our multidisciplinary approach provides you expert care from evaluation to recovery.

Anemia (Iron Deficiency)

Proper diagnosis of anemia by our physicians is important as it can be a sign of a more serious illness.


For a person struggling with the eating disorder, anorexia, our team of experts provides a multifaceted approach to developing a personalized treatment plan to help care for patients.


Our goal for patients with aphasia is to provide treatment that maximizes functional independence and a return to an active lifestyle.

Aplastic Anemia

If you or someone you love has severe aplastic anemia, the unexplained failure of the bone marrow to produce blood cells, you should seek immediate medical treatment.


Appendicitis is considered an emergency and anyone with symptoms needs to see a physician or visit the Department of Emergency Medicine at Jefferson immediately.


Our medical staff is among the most experienced in the Philadelphia region in diagnosing and treating patients with heart rhythm disorders, such as arrhythmias.

Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM)

Our neurologists have evaluated and treated more than 5,000 patients with brain aneurysms and cerebral and spinal AVMs.