Penn Medicine

Nadia L. Bennett, MD, MSEd


Dr. Nadia Bennett is a hospitalist, or physician that specializes in managing the care of patients within the hospital. Dr. Bennett is the Associate Dean of UME Clinical and Health Systems Sciences Curriculum, Director and Founder of the Interprofessional Hospital Medicine Series, Co-Director of the Internal Medicine Clerkship, Director of Standardized Patient Experience for MD/PhD Students and Director of MD/PhD Clinical Skills Course. She joined UPHS in 2013 and currently serves as a Professor of Clinical Medicine.  Her interests include undergraduate and graduate medical education, curriculum development and the development of clinical reasoning skills.

Dr. Bennett earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland and she completed an Internal Medicine residency at Duke University Medical Center. She also earned her Master’s degree in Medical Education from the University of Pennsylvania.





Awards and Honors: 

Penn Pearls Teaching Award, 2014
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching, 2014
Donald B. Martin Teaching Service Award, 2016
John M. Eisenberg Teaching Award, 2016
Perelman School of Medicine Minority Hall of Fame Inductee, 2017
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society Inductee, 2018
Penn Pearls Teaching Award, 2018
Mutch Hospitalist Collaboration Award, 2018
PSOM Blockley-Osler Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2020

Penn Hospital Medicine
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street, Maloney Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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