Temple University Hospital
Police say a man accidentally shot himself after he robbed someone at gunpoint in Northeast Philadelphia.
Dr. Riyaz Bashir, an interventional cardiovascular specialist at Temple University Hospital, says a minimally invasive procedure gives patients an alternative to medication.
One person was killed and another is in critical condition after a single-car crash in Northeast Philadelphia early Monday morning.
Doctors at Temple University are part of a study to determine if a well known anti inflammatory medication can help treat patients with emphysema.
Police say a driver and a motorcyclist were involved in a heated argument when one pulled a gun and opened fire, shooting a 43-year-old man multiple times in the chest and leg.
Attorneys for Philadelphia broadcaster E. Steven Collins filed lawsuit earlier this year and say they’re hoping his death helps educate patients on how to advocate for care.
It happened round 3 a.m. Sunday in the 3100 block of G Street.
Police say a young man is in critical condition after he was shot in the chest Sunday afternoon in the Fairhill neighborhood of Philadelphia.
Police say a man is in critical condition after he was shot multiple times in North Philadelphia Monday night.
Temple University Hospital has started Philadelphia’s first ever free umbilical cord donation program.
Just before 4pm on Sunday, 22nd District Police responded to calls reporting gunshots at Oxford and Gratz streets in North Philadelphia.
When police arrived, they found a boy, 11, with a gunshot wound in his right hip.
Police are seeking a Hunting Park man in connection with the beating of his 77-year-old landlord early Friday morning.
Two Philadelphia police officers were being treated for injuries they received during a fight with a suspect who was in custody at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Police say a 15-year-old boy was walking with his 19-year-old cousin Friday night when they were approached from behind by an unidentified gunman who opened fire, striking both teens.
Area doctors offices are getting backlogged as patients newly insured under the Affordable Care Act seek appointments.