Our Locations

 

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP)

Courtyard Building Entrance

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP)

3400 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Entrance to Courtyard Building

Finding the entrance to 1000 Courtyard from the main Hospital entrance:

From the main entrance of the hospital, take the escalators at the entrance. At the top of the escalators, take a sharp right, and walk towards the gift shop. Pass the gift shop, and walk towards the end of the hall, where you can only take a left or right. Take the left. Our office is the first door on the left, next to the sign that says “Entering Dulles Building.”

Public Transportation:

SEPTA Regional Rail Lines

The Airport, Marcus Hook-Wilmington, Media-Elwyn and most Glenside-Jenkintown, Warminster and West Trenton trains provide direct service to the University City Station on the Medical Center campus. From other Regional Rail lines, transfer free to the Airport, Marcus Hook-Wilmington, Media-Elwyn and most Glenside-Jenkintown, Warminster and West Trenton trains at 30th Street or Market East stations. Your train ticket is your transfer.

SEPTA City Trains and Trolleys

The SEPTA Market/Frankford Blue Line (the elevated train/subway) stops at 34th and Market Sts. A 10-minute walk south on 34th Street or a 5-minute ride on the LUCY shuttle takes you to the Hospital.
All SEPTA Subway/Surface Green Line trolleys except the Number 10 stop at 37th and Spruce streets, one block from the Rhoads entrance to the Hospital on 36th Street south of Spruce Street. If you take the Number 10 trolley, travel to 36th and Sansom streets. Walk four blocks south on 36th Street to the Rhoads entrance of the Hospital.

Self-Park

Penn Tower Garage:

24 hours

Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine:

Monday through Friday 5 am to 11 pm
Saturday 7 am to 2 pm
Sunday Closed

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