Newly Finished Pennsylvania Medical Society Corporate Offices

The beautiful new Pennsylvania Medical Society office building has finished construction, and now houses offices for the various departments which allow the society to function. Space includes open, flexible office space, small and large breakout collaboration rooms, conference rooms, teaming training spaces as well as file storage and server rooms.

The design was intended to enhance the working environment by providing natural daylight to all employees. It also maximizes the opportunity for exterior views, while providing walking paths to encourage healthy activity and availability to the surrounding natural site amenities.

The Pennsylvania Medical Society (PAMED) is a physician-led, member-driven organization representing all physicians and medical students throughout the state. They advocate for physicians and their patients, educate physicians through continuing medical education, and provide expert resources and guidance to help physicians and their organizations navigate challenges in today’s ever-evolving health care system.

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