Einstein has many opportunities to volunteer, both for adults and young people, throughout the year. Volunteers can take advantage of perks like free parking and a meal, not to mention the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people who are ill.
Einstein facilities are proud to serve and be a part of a variety of neighborhoods throughout the greater Philadelphia area. These locations seek to welcome the surrounding community into the EHN "family". Part of this outreach includes the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases program, which provides access to genetic education, screening, and counseling.
Einstein also provides Community Health Needs Assessments and implementation plans based on those assessments.
The 340B prescription drug program helps Einstein increase access to much needed medications for our uninsured and underinsured patients. It is a vital lifeline for safety-net providers, supporting critical health services in our communities. Learn more about our program on the 340B in Action page.
Every Thursday, rain or shine, the Einstein Fresh For All pop-up food market is just one way Einstein is helping to combat food insecurity and support the health and well-being of the communities it serves. This welcoming program has become a popular Thursday morning destination for many.
A Better Start (ABS) is the preventative health education component of the Women and Children’s Service Line (WSC) at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Our mission is to improve the well-being of our community through health education, health promotion, and building sustainable partnerships.
Situated in the very neighborhoods that need care most, Einstein Healthcare Network is the unique position of being able to serve these communities firsthand.