Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia
Compassionate, high-quality, holistic care. 215.473.0772
The mission of The Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia, through its dedicated staff, is to provide a continuum of home health, palliative, and end-of-life care of the highest quality to all people, regardless of their financial circumstances.
VNA is a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation, a nonprofit public health institute that creates and sustains healthier communities.
The VNA Difference
At the core of our mission is you, our patients and families. We have served the Philadelphia community for generations since 1886. Our patient-centered, holistic, compassionate care helps you navigate difficult health care decisions without compromising on quality.
Our first priority is you, our patients and their families.
Selecting the right nursing care for yourself or a family member
Healthcare decisions involve many tough choices. We’re here as a longstanding member of the community to offer options and help you respect your loved one’s wishes.
Home Health skilled professionals provide support following an inpatient stay or for management of acute and chronic illnesses.
Specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness with a focus on symptom relief and improving quality of life.
VNA’S HOSPICE INPATIENT UNIT IS NOW OPEN
Same high-quality, compassionate care | New state-of-the-art location
Our 15-bed facility at 3300 Henry Ave has now moved to PHMC Public Health Campus on Cedar in West Philadelphia, located at 501 South 54th St.
VNA care will stabilize patients with difficult-to-manage symptoms in a Hospice Inpatient Unit
Respite services for caregiver relief
24/7 monitoring by nursing staff with daily rounds by a medical director/healthcare provider
Additional support from clinical social workers and spiritual counselors upon request
Amenities include private rooms, family room, and a cafeteria
VNA's Legacy Since 1886
Founded in 1886 by Helen Carnan Jenks, VNA Philadelphia took inspiration from England’s district nursing services, dedicated to providing health care to housebound patients.
Starting out with the assistance of physicians, our organization grew in the decades to follow and continued to evolve to meet our city’s dynamic healthcare needs. We have always been there - providing prevention, treatment and education through the epidemics of influenza, tuberculosis, polio, and the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, VNA Philadelphia delivers a continuum of care to a range of patients in the city and neighboring suburbs, by providing comprehensive home health, palliative, and hospice care. VNA continues to thrive through our enduring commitment to our communities, our staff, and the families we serve.
You can be a part of VNA's continuing legacy of community involvement and high-quality, compassionate care.
4601 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Hospice Inpatient Unit
PHMC Public Health Center on Cedar
501 S. 54th Street, 5th floor
Entrance on 54th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19143
VNA is a subsidiary of Public Health Management Corporation. VNA Philadelphia is Medicare Certified, licensed by the State of Pennsylvania, Accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).