Former Jennersville Hospital to Reopen as ‘Neighborhood Hospital’

ChristianaCare's West Grove Campus
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ChristianaCare's West Grove Campus.

ChristianaCare will reopen the former Jennersville Hospital in West Grove it acquired from Tower Health for $8 million last summer as a “neighborhood hospital” with ten emergency department beds and ten inpatient beds, writes John George for the Philadelphia Business Journal

ChristianaCare’s West Grove Campus, as the hospital will be called, is scheduled to open in late 2024. 

The Wilmington health system provided an update on the future hospital on Tuesday. CEO Dr. Janice Nevin said that ChristianaCare is eager to “restore important, local health care resources” to the southern Chester County community. 

“We are committed to our neighbors in southern Chester County for the long term,” she said. 

The health system said that it is still in the early stages of the project but as yet it is unsure how much the reopening will cost. 

The services that the campus will provide include emergency care and behavioral health emergency care. The hospital will offer ultrasounds, CT scans, X-rays, and laboratory services, among other things. 

It will also provide patients with access to the health system’s large network of specialists and support services using virtual consults. 

Read more about the planned hospital in the Philadelphia Business Journal


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