Welcome to the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. We serve adults and children to diagnose and treat pain and restore function lost through injury, illness or other disabling conditions. Penn State Hershey specialists are experts in disorders of nerve, muscle, and bone that affect how patients move. These disorders include a wide range of problems from shoulder injuries to spinal cord injuries.
Our department was founded on July 1, 2010. Penn State Hershey Rehabilitation Hospital on Old West Chocolate Avenue is the primary site for our practice.
The field of physical medicine and rehabilitation is in an exciting time of growth and development in central Pennsylvania.
Hershey's Hillemeier discusses year of continued clinical growth, innovation
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center continued a trend of strong financial performance, with a fiscal year highlighted by clinical growth and innovative approaches to education, research and patient care challenges spurred by a health care industry undergoing rapid transformation.More...
Conquer Run on Oct. 4 to benefit Four Diamonds
On Saturday, Oct. 4, The Hershey Company will present the Conquer Run, which will bring together runners, walkers and volunteers for a 5K adventure through Hersheypark. Check-in opens at 6:30 a.m. Runners will start at 7:30 a.m. and walkers will begin at 8 a.m. All ages and skill levels are welcome. This event benefits Four Diamonds at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.More...
Learn how to juggle work and home life from author of 'Overwhelmed'
The stress of life can be overwhelming, but a best-selling book tackles the largest causes of stress and how to find time for the important things. Penn State Hershey employees and students can hear from and meet the author during a special event on Sept. 30.More...
Biotechnology company founder/CEO to serve as Entrepreneur-in-Residence
Penn State Hershey recently welcomed Charles D. Smith, founder and CEO of Apogee Biotechnology Corporation, to its Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program, a service of Penn State College of Medicine’s Office of Technology Development. In this role, Smith will offer entrepreneurial mentoring to faculty, staff and students.More...