The new year will bring transformative changes to Chester County Hospital’s campus – all geared toward creating an even better care experience for patients.
On Monday, Jan. 27, Chester County Hospital will open the doors of its new Pavilion. This landmark construction project, the largest in the hospital’s history, is the next step in making sure that patients can access the most advanced care close to home whenever possible.
The hospital invites you to follow along with it as it opens each new floor over the coming months. By May 2020, Chester County Hospital will be the largest hospital in the county.
The core of the facility is the Procedural Suite featuring 15 operating rooms sized for the needs of today’s surgical teams and the advanced technology and equipment that modern surgery requires. Just as important are 99 large, private rooms – built to mirror the standard set by the Lasko Tower, completed in 2014 – that give patients comfortable, light-filled spaces to heal while surrounded by clinical caregivers, team members, and family members.
“The new facility will allow us to get into a level of care that is unique to the suburbs,” said Michael J. Duncan, President and CEO. “We can offer more high-tech, high-intensity services and care for 90 percent of community members right here. But when a patient is best served by going into the city, the shared Penn Medicine electronic health record allows for seamless care.”
Click here to learn more about what to expect in the coming months at Chester County Hospital.