Chester County Hospital has once again been ranked among the best hospitals in the state by U.S. News & World Report.
The hospital — which became part of Penn Medicine in 2013 and has outpatient services in Exton, West Goshen, New Garden, West Grove, Jennersville, and Kennett Square — is ranked No. 8 in the Philadelphia region and No. 14 in Pennsylvania. It was also rated as high performing in gastroenterology (GI) and GI surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, pulmonology and lung surgery, as well as heart failure, heart attack, stroke, back surgery, hip replacement, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pneumonia.
“Chester County Hospital relentlessly pursues new clinical services and higher levels of quality to provide the best care possible for our community,” said Chester County Hospital CEO Michael Duncan. “The recognition of those efforts from U.S. News & World Report is an honor and a testament to our frontline workers. I am filled with pride and admiration for our staff and excited to continue to bring new services, treatments, and high-quality care to our friends, families, and neighbors.”
In 2020, Chester County Hospital completed the largest expansion in its history. The project welcomed a state-of-the-art procedural platform with 15 operating room suites, a 99-bed patient tower, a new main entrance, and an expanded and renovated Emergency Department.
The annual U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, now in its 32nd year, recognize hospitals for their exceptional performance and are based on outstanding quality, expertise, technology, and experience.