Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia police are searching for a suspect they say stabbed a female store owner during a robbery Thursday morning.
A 70-year-old woman was hospitalized after a car crashed into a South Philadelphia convenience store Monday morning.
Investigators say a customer who intervened during the attempted robbery of Philadelphia store Monday was shot twice.
A group of volunteer doctors and nurses from Drexel and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital have teamed up to provide free medical care to the uninsured.
Sixties icon Bobby Rydell shared a song and acknowledged a very special bond that he has with a young transplant patient at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
A local researcher is showing promising results on an experimental drug to treat Parkinson’s Disease.
Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting their first child. The news was revealed today because Kate was taken to the hospital for a severe form of morning sickness. Doctors say the duchess’s condition is rare, but treatable. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the condition.
A new high tech device is restoring hearing. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl introduces one of the first patients to benefit in our area.
If you need to have a sleep study and don’t want to spend the night in the lab, you might not have to leave your own bed.
Dr. Mathew Thakur is testing the use of a PET scan to light up radioactive material injected into the body.
There’s a new treatment giving hope to the millions who suffer from the progressive genetic condition that affects the hand called Dupuytren’s Disease.
This is not the first report or panel to question the value of the PSA blood test as many prostate cancers are slow-growing and the treatment could be worse than the disease.
Thomas Jefferson University hospital has placed 28 diagnostic robots in community hospitals to help stroke victims get the care they need.
As New Jersey mom Patricia Krentcil stands in court, accused of bringing her daughter into a tanning bed, one look at her is raising some questions about the risks of excessive tanning.
Toby Mazer, co-founder of the Delaware Valley Stroke Council, says education can save lives.