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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Penn Dermatology Practice Opens at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

Penn Dermatology has opened a new practice at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. The recently renovated office is located in the Medical Arts Building, Suite 106.

Marie Urberti-Benz, MD and Douglas J. Pugliese, MD see patients at this new location. Dr. Urberti-Benz has provided dermatologic care to patients at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center for several years. Dr. Pugliese is new to the practice and has a clinical focus in general dermatology and wound care. He is currently accepting new patients.

Penn Dermatology physicians are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of skin, hair and nail disorders as well as cosmetic and aesthetic services. The dermatologists, dermatologic surgeons and dermatopathologists diagnose and treat patients with a full spectrum of dermatologic conditions as well as rare skin conditions.

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Dermatology services at Penn Medicine
Dr. Pugliese 

Penn Cardiology Now in Somers Point

World-class heart care is now available in a new South Jersey location. Penn Medicine’s new cardiology practice in Somers Point Brings some of the region’s most renowned heart specialists to the residents of southeastern Atlantic and northern Cape May counties. The physicians at Penn Cardiology Somers Point offer the highest level of cardiac care with access to the expertise, resources and research available only from Penn Medicine.

The full range of cardiovascular services available at Penn Cardiology Somers Point includes:

  • Consultative cardiology
  • Echocardiography
  • Long-term electrocardiographic monitoring
  • MUGA scans (heart function assessment)
  • Stress echocardiography
  • Stress and pharmacologic nuclear stress testing
  • Vascular testing

Practicing cardiologists at Penn Cardiology Somers Point:


See a full list of Penn Cardiology community locations

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a Penn cardiac physician, please call 800-789-PENN.

Now at Penn: Gamma Knife® Perfexion™

Gamma Knife® Perfexion™ is the latest form of precision radiation therapy for treating cancer. This non-surgical treatment uses 192 sources of radiation to precisely target tumors, lesions and other intracranial structures.
Radiation therapy damages cancer cells and tumors, preventing them from multiplying. The Gamma Knife was developed in 1968 and primarily used to treat intractable pain and movement disorders. Compared with earlier Gamma Knife versions, Perfexion offers an expanded reach for treating metastasis anywhere in the brain and can also treat multiple locations in a single session.
Gamma Knife® Perfexion™ is one of a full range of treatment options for benign, malignant and metastatic cancer that Penn Medicine offers patients in the Philadelphia region. Currently, Penn Neurosurgery treats as many as 300 patients in the Penn Gamma Knife Center—the most of any hospital in the Philadelphia region.

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