Virtua, U. of Pennsylvania team up for cancer, neuroscience treatment

Virtua Health System and the University of Pennsylvania Health System announced a partnership focused on cancer and neuroscience programs Tuesday. “This alliance now provides patients with easy access to complex care at Penn Medicine for services like bone marrow transplants, advanced hematology and the latest surgical options, and second opinion services,” said Rich Miller, CEO and president of Virtua. The alliance is aimed at growing accessibility of treatment and care options for South Jersey residents. “We understand that patients want to be close to their homes and families when they’re dealing with serious illnesses, and we will be able to provide them with new options to fit together the best plan of care through facilities in both of our health systems,” said Ralph Muller, CEO of the University of Pennsylvania…


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