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Philadelphia Campus

For more than a century, PCOM has trained highly competent, caring physicians, health practitioners and behavioral scientists who practice a “whole person” approach—treating people, not just symptoms.

Main Campus

The 17-acre main campus, located at 4170 City Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is an educational and healthcare complex which provides a true college campus atmosphere for students.

The Howard A. Hassman, DO ’83 Academic Center (formerly known as Evans Hall)—the College’s main building—houses the Zedeck Family and Rose K. Ginsburg amphitheaters, the O.J. Snyder Memorial Library, the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Teaching Center, the Gober OMM Practice Room, research labs, anatomy labs and more.

The adjacent building—Rowland Hall—is home to the Dr. Michael and Wendy Saltzburg Clinical Learning and Assessment Center, an 11,000-square-foot learning lab designed to help students develop clinical and communication skills through the use of standardized patients and human patient simulators. Rowland Hall also contains the The Angus Gordon Cathie, DO, Collection along with classrooms, study areas, computer labs, student services, academic offices and other support operations.

Other campus facilities include the Levin Administration Building, a 55,000-square-foot activities center and the parking garage.

The campus is also home to the Joseph M. Hassman, DO ’65 Family Medicine Center, one of PCOM's Healthcare Centers which provide treatment to the medically underserved in urban areas of Philadelphia.

Virtual Tour

Our online tour provides a convenient overview of our exceptional facilities and details about our academic programs.