Alisa Kauffman travels the urban frontier alone. She brings attention to a need for the coordination of comprehensive dental/medical services for the elderly. As the population continues to age, these critical services need to be readily available for non-ambulatory patients.
The challenge is for Penn – the national leader in geriatric care for over 150 years – to better utilize its resources in dentistry, medicine, and research to help the elderly and often home-bound community.
Marcia Witlin-Basickes GRED’85 Philadelphia
Taken from the Pennsylvania Gazette, July/August 2017 Edition
"We were lucky to find Alisa but it was difficult. My wife Susan, Sweet Susan, has Alzheimer’s Dementia. Finally,..."
"Dear Dr. Kauffman, Alan is doing well. I think he must have been in pain with the loose tooth..."
"I have general anxiety disorder and am very scared of the dentist .. I don’t travel from home and..."
"Dr. Kauffman is responsive, compassionate and provides efficient care. Her follow up care and concern for her patient was..."
"Dear Dr. Kauffman, My entire family thanks you for the wonderful treatment you provided for my husband with Alzheimer’s..."
"Thank you a million Dr. Kauffman. This is my best Christmas in many years. You are my angel. -Carl..."
"I cannot believe how beautiful my grandmother’s dentures look and fit. We only wish we found you sooner s..."
"Thank you so much for having the compassion and energy to do this type of work. I’m watching one..."
"Hi Dr. Alisa I thought you would want to know that my mother passed away on Saturday afternoon. Thank..."
"Thanks so much for treating my mother. When I woke up in the middle of the night and saw..."